Xiphophorus hellerii
Xiphophorus hellerii
(Green Swordtail)
Fishes
Exotic

7 results for Xiphophorus hellerii (Green Swordtail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
550958 FLHillsborough[Little] Bullfrog Creek, first bridge on US 301 south of Token road east of Ruskin1971 03100206 Tampa Baylocally established
550950 FLHillsboroughDitch adjacent to Tampa Bypass canal behind fish farm (Violet Creations) 5520 A Wilkins Rd., Tampa.1993 03100206 Tampa Baylocally established
550949 FLHillsboroughDitch at Kracker Ave & Parker Drive, Gibsonton, FL1971 03100206 Tampa Baylocally established
31879 FLHillsboroughTampa Bay area1974 03100206 Tampa Baylocally established
550947 FLHillsboroughUnnamed water body at Beach Way Street and Ferneraft Street, Tampa1970 03100206 Tampa Bayestablished
550948 FLHillsboroughUnnamed water body at Eagle Hill Drive and Symmes Avenue, Gibsonton (formerly N. Ruskin)1971 03100206 Tampa Bayestablished
550945 FLManateeRoadside ditch (tributary to Buffalo Canal and Frog Creek) by Rt 683 (Moccasin Wallow Road), 1.0 miles W junction with US 301, about 1.0 air mile WNW Parrish1997 03100206 Tampa Bayestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/22/2019].

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