Poecilia latipinna
Poecilia latipinna
(Sailfin Molly)
Fishes
Native Transplant

14 results for Poecilia latipinna (Sailfin Molly)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1728394 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729984 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729985 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729808 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1728430 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729756 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729650 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1728469 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729651 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1728473 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729591 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729592 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1729593 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 
1728551 NVNye[No locality description provided]2023 18090202 Upper Amargosa 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/12/2024].

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