Fundulus catenatus
Fundulus catenatus
(Northern Studfish)
Native Transplant

7 results for Fundulus catenatus (Northern Studfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
295076 LAEast FelicianaAmite River, 15.8 km east of Clinton, along hwy 101991 08070202 Amiteestablished
295072 LAEast FelicianaBeaver Creek, near an unmarked road 1.9 km north of hwy 432, 3.2 km northeast of Felixville1991 08070202 Amiteestablished
295077 LAEast FelicianaWest Fork Amite River at the end of an unmarked road, 4.8 km east of hwy 1044, 9.5 km northwest of Chipola1991 08070202 Amiteestablished
295080 LASt. HelenaAmite River at Hwy. 37 bridge crossing2002 08070202 Amiteestablished
295074 LASt. HelenaAmite River, 1.6 km east of Felixville on hwy 4321991 08070202 Amiteestablished
295071 LASt. HelenaEast Fork of the Amite River, at the end of an unmarked road 4.0 km east of hwy 1044, 9.5 km northwest of Chipola1991 08070202 Amiteestablished
294813 MSAmiteWest Fort Amite River in Amite County, Lake Pontchartrain drainage1978 08070202 Amiteestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2024].

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