Lucania goodei
Lucania goodei
(Bluefin Killifish)
Native Transplant

12 results for Lucania goodei (Bluefin Killifish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
264934 SCBerkeleyBack River, southwest of Dean Hall2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264932 SCBerkeleyBonneau Ferry, East Branch of Cooper River2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264938 SCBerkeleyCanterhill Swamp2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264931 SCBerkeleyCooper River and public rice fields adjacent to East and West Branches of the Cooper River2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264930 SCBerkeleyCooper River, at the mouth of Back River2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264936 SCBerkeleyCooper River, West Branch, southeast of Moncks Corner2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264933 SCBerkeleyEast Fork of Cooper River, west of Huger2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
747418 SCBerkeleyLake Moultrie Reservoir, NW shore, embayment and channel near E end of Blacks Camp Road, just SW of Marion-Moultrie diversion canal outlet.2010 03050201 Cooperestablished
747420 SCBerkeleyLake Moultrie, SW shore, E off SC 6, cove area near boat ramp at E end of Boat Landing Way, 11.3 air miles WNW Moncks Corner2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
264937 SCBerkeleyWadboo Swamp2009 03050201 Cooperestablished
1699457 SCCharleston[No locality description provided]2021 03050201 Cooper 
42577 SCCharlestonCooper River, lower portion near Charleston1975 03050201 Cooperestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/25/2024].

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