Gambusia affinis
Gambusia affinis
(Western Mosquitofish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

6 Results for Gambusia affinis (Western Mosquitofish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
32585 HI all islands1905 20060000 Oahuestablished
32770 HIHawaiiHawaii, island of1905 20010000 Hawaiiestablished
32767 HIHonoluluOahu1905 20060000 Oahuestablished
32768 HIKauaiisland of Kauai1905 20070000 Kauaiestablished
32769 HIMauiMaui [non-specific]1905 20020000 Mauiestablished
32771 HIMauiMolokai1905 32515200 Hawaiiestablished

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