Fundulus diaphanus
Fundulus diaphanus
(Banded Killifish)
Native Transplant

10 results for Fundulus diaphanus (Banded Killifish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
253591 Banded KillifishIDNez PerceSnake River at Lewiston, ID2008 17060306 Clearwaterestablished
253606 Banded KillifishIDOwyheeSnake River at Marsing2008 17050103 Middle Snake-Succorestablished
1427925 eastern banded killifishOHBelmontPeidmont Reservoir, lower and upper basins, Flushing township2008 05040001 Tuscarawasestablished
1462236 eastern banded killifishOHBelmontPiedmont Reservoir Boat Ramp @ the campground just inside Belmont County2008 05040001 Tuscarawasestablished
274520 Banded KillifishORColumbiaColumbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]2008 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
253611 Banded KillifishWAClarkVancouver Lake2008 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
253610 Banded KillifishWACowlitzKress Lake, on the Kalama River2008 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
253607 Banded KillifishWACowlitzLake Sacajawea2008 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
253613 Banded KillifishWACowlitzLewis River2008 17080002 Lewisestablished
253539 Banded KillifishWAWhitmanSnake River. Above Lower Granite Dam. River Mile 128.02008 17060107 Lower Snake-Tucannonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/5/2022].

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