Macrognathus siamensis
Macrognathus siamensis
(Spotfin Spiny Eel)
Fishes
Exotic

67 results for Macrognathus siamensis (Spotfin Spiny Eel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
242770 FLMiami-DadeAnhinga trail in Everglades National Park2006 3090202 Evergladescollected
564761 FLMiami-DadeAUDUBON study site 7P2013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564743 FLMiami-DadeAUDUBON study site JB2013 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
564744 FLMiami-DadeAUDUBON study site TR2013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
267626 FLMiami-DadeAvocado Creek [entire stretch], Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
267641 FLMiami-DadeBanana Patch to Rookery Bay, Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
267639 FLMiami-DadeBanana Patch to Rookery Bay, Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
267656 FLMiami-DadeBanana Patch to Rookery Branch, RB10, Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
267648 FLMiami-DadeBanana Patch to Rookery Branch: RB9, Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
291948 FLMiami-DadeC-111 canal2006 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
1335619 FLMiami-DadeC-111 Canal2014 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
1446928 FLMiami-DadeC-111 canal2017 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
154415 FLMiami-DadeC-111 Canal between water control structures S-18C and S-197 [Everglades south of Homestead]2002 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
154417 FLMiami-DadeC-111 Canal between water control structures S-18C and S-197 [Everglades south of Homestead]2002 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
162956 FLMiami-DadeC-111 Canal between water control structures S-18C and S-197 [Everglades south of Homestead]2004 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
267636 FLMiami-DadeCane Patch to Banana Patch, Everglades National Park2010 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564756 FLMiami-DadeCulvert near ENPPARKWIDE study site S32013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564757 FLMiami-DadeENPMMT study site A13.12013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564758 FLMiami-DadeENPMMT study site CR22013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564759 FLMiami-DadeENPMMT study site MR22013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564760 FLMiami-DadeENPMMTOBSTSCulverts study site R1582013 3090202 Evergladesestablished
564754 FLMiami-DadeENPPARKWIDE study site C111-32013 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
236936 FLMiami-DadeEverglades National Park, 3 locations2005 3090202 Evergladesestablished
242767 FLMiami-DadeEverglades National Park, along research road within the pinelands2005 3090202 Evergladescollected
276893 FLMiami-DadeEverglades National Park, in mosquito ditch on N side Research Road (on way to Daniel Beard Center)2008 3090202 Evergladescollected
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