Necturus maculosus
Necturus maculosus
(Mudpuppy)
Amphibians-Salamanders
Native Transplant

11 results for Necturus maculosus (Mudpuppy)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
163823 MAFranklinSilvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge2005 01080201 Ashuelot River-Connecticut Riverestablished
156446 MAFranklinTurner Falls, Montague1971 01080201 Ashuelot River-Connecticut Rivercollected
108 MAHampshireBrook near the Amherst College campus1993 01080201 Ashuelot River-Connecticut Riverestablished
156447 MAHampshireConnecticut River, Northampton1988 01080201 Ashuelot River-Connecticut Rivercollected
2 MEKennebecBelgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade1992 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverestablished
153012 MEKennebecGreat Pond, Belgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade1939 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverestablished
875561 MEPiscataquisMidnight Pond at sampling station F10S1993 01020002 East Branch Penobscot Riverunknown
1657947 NHGraftonConnecticut River2020 01080103 Ammonoosuc River-Connecticut Riverunknown
1671085 VTOrangeVermont, US2016 01080104 Waits River-Connecticut River 
1673724 VTWindhamVermont, US2001 01080106 Black River-Connecticut River 
1677757 VTWindsor[No locality description provided; coordinates obscured by collector]2015 01080106 Black River-Connecticut River 

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