Gambusia affinis
Gambusia affinis
(Western Mosquitofish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

103 Results for Gambusia affinis (Western Mosquitofish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37596 NE almost anywhere along the Platte and North Platte1991 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546769 NEBuffaloLake McConaughy1992 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546752 NEBuffaloLake McConaughy1995 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546740 NEBuffaloLong Pine Creek1997 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
748155 NEBuffaloN bank Platte River, 2.5 mi. S Kearney1987 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
748154 NEBuffaloN bank Platte River, 3 mi. S Elm Creek1987 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
748159 NEBuffaloN bank Platte River, 4 mi. S Gibbon1987 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
748160 NEBuffaloN bank Platte River, 4.5 mi. S and 0.5 mi. W Shelton1987 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546770 NEBuffaloNorth Channel Platte River, 1.5s 1.25w Kearney1989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546724 NEBuffaloNorth Channel Platte River, 4.5s 5.5w Gibbon1990 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546727 NEBuffaloNorth Channel Platte River, 5e 1.5s Kearney PO1990 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
1247381 NEBuffaloNorth Platte River, near Kearney2015 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
748157 NEBuffaloPlatte River at Route 10 bridge1987 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546626 NEBuffaloPlatte River sandpits, up to 3 down from Hiway 1831989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546625 NEBuffaloPlatte River, 2mile up and down from Hiway 441989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546777 NEBuffaloPlatte River, 3s Elm Creek, backwater1988 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546694 NEBuffaloPlatte River, Bassway Strip1989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546804 NEBuffaloPlatte River, Bassway Strip1991 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546695 NEBuffaloPlatte River, N.Channel by Hike-Bike Trail1989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546776 NEBuffaloPlatte River, overflow pond on s side of river1988 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546789 NEBuffaloPlatte River, Rowe Sanctuary1993 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546678 NEBuffaloPlatte River, s Elm Creek1992 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546693 NEBuffaloPlatte River, S.Channel on Sandy Channel area1989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546805 NEBuffaloPlatte River, Sandy Channel Wildlife Area1991 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
546624 NEBuffaloPlatte River, up to 3 down from Hiway 1831989 10200101 Middle Platte-Buffaloestablished
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