Pylodictis olivaris
Pylodictis olivaris
(Flathead Catfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

63 results for Pylodictis olivaris (Flathead Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1523570 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]1999 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523324 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]1999 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523449 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2000 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523326 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2001 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523696 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2001 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523325 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523450 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523447 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523694 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2005 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523695 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2006 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523531 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2009 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523284 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2011 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1523654 KSKingman[No specific locality provided in original dataset]2011 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421702 KSKingmanArkansas River, South Fork Ninnescah River2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421685 KSKingmanArkansas River, South Fork Ninnescah River2005 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421989 KSKingmanno locality provided1999 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421899 KSKingmanno locality provided1999 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421939 KSKingmanno locality provided2000 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421901 KSKingmanno locality provided2001 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421836 KSKingmanno locality provided2001 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421900 KSKingmanno locality provided2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421940 KSKingmanno locality provided2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421924 KSKingmanno locality provided2002 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421834 KSKingmanno locality provided2005 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
1421835 KSKingmanno locality provided2006 11030015 South Fork Ninnescahestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/11/2020].

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