Fundulus grandis
Fundulus grandis
(Gulf Killifish)
Marine Fishes
Native Transplant

9 results for Fundulus grandis (Gulf Killifish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
279786 TXTerrellIndependence Creek, at confluence with Pecos River1987 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
1321962 TXTerrellIndependence Creek, at confluence with Pecos River2013 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279798 TXVal VerdePecos River, 1 km upstream of Fox Canyon1979 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279800 TXVal VerdePecos River, 1 km upstream of Fox Canyon1997 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279799 TXVal VerdePecos River, 2 km upstream of Ford Canyon1979 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279797 TXVal VerdePecos River, Pandale crossing1984 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279802 TXVal VerdePecos River, Pandale crossing1987 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
279801 TXVal VerdePecos River, Pandale crossing1988 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
295046 TXVal VerdeScott Spring at the mouth of Hog Canyon1979 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/21/2024].

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