Cynoscion nebulosus x C. xanthulus
Cynoscion nebulosus x C. xanthulus
(spotted seatrout x orangemouth corvina)
Marine Fishes
Exotic Hybrid

12 results for Cynoscion nebulosus x C. xanthulus (spotted seatrout x orangemouth corvina)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
160545 TXBexarBraunig Lake1992 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
165395 TXBexarBraunig Lake1992 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
158922 TXBexarCalaveras Lake1991 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
165405 TXBexarCalaveras Lake1991 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
164965 TXBexarCalaveras Lake1991 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
43170 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1981 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
43328 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1985 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
43771 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1986 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
44317 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1987 12100301 Upper San Antoniostocked
43887 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1991 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
43888 TXBexarCalaveras Reservoir near San Antonio1992 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed
43329 TXBexarVictor Braunig Reservoir [SE San Antonio]1985 12100301 Upper San Antoniofailed

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