Ammocrypta bifascia
Ammocrypta bifascia
(Florida Sand Darter)
Native Transplant

8 results for Ammocrypta bifascia (Florida Sand Darter)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
613800 FLCalhounApalachicola River along east bank below Blountstown, River Mile 77.1 - Station 3.1989 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
613796 FLGadsdenE bank of Apalachicola River, 400 m below Woodruff Dam, above US Hwy 90.1977 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
613801 FLGulfApalachicola River at beach on east bank just downstream from boat ramp at Chipola "cut-off." River mile 41.62001 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
31954 FLJacksonApalachicola River just below Jim Woodruff Dam1977 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
613802 FLLibertyApalachicola River 0.25 mi upstream from St Hwy 20 bridge at Bristol.1974 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
613799 FLLibertyApalachicola River along east bank (near mouth of Chipola River), River mile 27.8 - Station 7.1989 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
613798 FLLibertyApalachicola River along east bank at mouth of Chipola River, River Mile 27.8 - Station 7.1989 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished
276690 FLLibertyApalachicola River, along east bank (near mouth of Chipola River), river mile 27.8 - station 7.1989 03130011 Apalachicolaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/1/2023].

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