Poecilia mexicana
Poecilia mexicana
(Shortfin Molly)
Fishes
Exotic

14 results for Poecilia mexicana (Shortfin Molly)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
278861 NVLincoln5 miles South of Ash Spring, Burns Ranch, Pahranagat Valley.1977 15010011 Whiteestablished
38781 NVLincolnAsh Spring and its outflow in Pahranagat Valley1964 15010011 Whitelocally established
267816 NVLincolnAsh Spring and its outflow in Pahranagat Valley1985 15010011 Whitelocally established
38595 NVLincolnAsh Spring, Alamo1964 15010011 Whiteestablished
38553 NVLincolnAsh Spring, Alamo1983 15010011 Whitecollected
39237 NVLincolnCrystal Spring1983 15010011 Whitecollected
267809 NVLincolnCrystal Spring1985 15010011 Whitelocally established
38782 NVLincolnCrystal Spring and its outflow in Pahranagat Valley1964 15010011 Whitelocally established
38578 NVLincolnHiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley1965 15010011 Whitecollected
39238 NVLincolnHiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley1983 15010011 Whitecollected
38560 NVLincolnHiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley1983 15010011 Whitelocally established
267806 NVLincolnHiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley1985 15010011 Whitelocally established
38780 NVLincolnHiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley, and its outflow1964 15010011 Whitelocally established
262444 NVLincolnPahranagat Valley1967 15010011 Whitelocally established

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