Sternotherus odoratus
Sternotherus odoratus
(Eastern Musk Turtle)
Native Transplant

10 results for Sternotherus odoratus (Eastern Musk Turtle)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
115702 CASan Luis ObispoPico Pond, immediately north of San Simeon Acres1982 18060006 Central Coastalcollected
1616617 NCCaldwell[No locality description provided]2014 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
1616613 NCCaldwell[No locality description provided]2017 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
1616608 NCCaldwell[No locality description provided]2018 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
1613936 NCCatawba[No locality description provided]2013 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
1672445 NCDareDare County, NC, USA2018 03010205 Albemarle 
1672895 NCPasquotankPasquotank County, US-NC, US2019 03010205 Albemarle 
1671163 NCTyrrellPalmetto-Peartree Preserve, Columbia, NC, United States2010 03010205 Albemarle 
1678382 NCWashington1350?1436 Weston Rd, Creswell, NC, US2019 03010205 Albemarle 
1458896 OR state non-specific1994 17000000 Pacific Northwest Regionfailed

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