Etheostoma blennioides
Etheostoma blennioides
(Greenside Darter)
Fishes
Native Transplant

26 results for Etheostoma blennioides (Greenside Darter)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
617241 PACentrePenns Creek (PFBC site #12136)2007 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617240 PACentrePenns Creek (PFBC site #8639)1977 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
613834 PADauphinDeep Creek.1998 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
613833 PADauphinDeep Creek.1998 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617246 PADauphinPowell Creek (PFBC site #4009)2004 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617306 PADauphinSusquehanna River (PFBC site #4594)2010 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617355 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4096)2005 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617353 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4554)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617357 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4555)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617358 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4556)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617351 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4557)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617356 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4558)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617354 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4559)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617352 PADauphinWiconisco Creek (PFBC site #4560)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617127 PANorthumberlandFidlers Run (PFBC site #3793)2000 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617207 PANorthumberlandMahanoy Creek (PFBC site #91)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
276851 PANorthumberlandMahanoy Creek, off SR 3006 about 1 mile upstream of mouth2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617221 PANorthumberlandMouse Creek (PFBC site #3792)2000 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617264 PANorthumberlandShamokin Creek (PFBC site #61)2009 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
613827 PASnyderKratzerville, Penns Creek.1998 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617219 PASnyderMiddle Creek (PFBC site #11212)1999 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617227 PASnyderNorth Branch Mahantango Creek (PFBC site #4634)2010 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617239 PASnyderPenns Creek (PFBC site #11260)2000 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
286987 PAUnionPenns Creek1977 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
617238 PAUnionPenns Creek (PFBC site #11255)2000 02050301 Lower Susquehanna-Pennsestablished
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