Fundulus catenatus
Fundulus catenatus
(Northern Studfish)
Native Transplant

13 results for Fundulus catenatus (Northern Studfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
34593 KY Beech Fork1986 05140103 Rolling Forkestablished
34595 KYBathLicking River and Cave Run Lake1986 05100101 Lickingestablished
34583 KYBoydBig Sandy River1975 05070203 Lower Levisaestablished
34594 KYBullittRolling Fork1986 05140103 Rolling Forkestablished
34597 KYFloydMiddle Creek (Levisa Fork Drainage)1986 05070203 Lower Levisaestablished
295091 KYFloydMiddle Creek Levisa Fork, at Chesnut Grove Church adjacent to SR 114, 1 mile west of Brainard1982 05070203 Lower Levisaestablished
279770 KYFloydMiddle Creek, at Chestnut Grove Church 1 mile W of Brainard along SR 1141982 05070203 Lower Levisaestablished
34592 KYGarrardDix River1986 05100205 Lower Kentuckyestablished
1710681 KYJeffersonBroad Run Creek near Fairmont Road Bridge2018 05140102 Salt 
1427803 KYLincolnFishing Creek, at confluence of Pilot Creek, west of Eubank2011 05130103 Upper Cumberland-Lake Cumberlandestablished
34596 KYMagoffinRockhouse Fork1986 05100101 Lickingestablished
295090 KYMenifeeRed River, at mouth of Wolfpen Creek along 715 in Red River Gorge, north east of Slade2011 05100204 Upper Kentuckyestablished
1427843 KYMenifeeRed River, at mouth of Wolfpen Creek along 715 in Red River Gorge, north east of Slade2011 05100204 Upper Kentuckyestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/13/2024].

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