Neopomacentrus cyanomos
Neopomacentrus cyanomos
(Regal Demoiselle)
Marine Fishes
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287 results for Neopomacentrus cyanomos (Regal Demoiselle)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1680168   Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys, Grecian Rocks off Key Largo2021 32007000 Floridianestablished
1655863   Caribbean Sea, Netherlands Antilles, Aruba, approximate location off southern coast2021 32006600 Southern Caribbeanestablished
1655864   Caribbean Sea, Netherlands Antilles, Aruba, approximate location off southern coast2021 32006600 Southern Caribbeanestablished
1655861   Caribbean Sea, Netherlands Antilles, Aruba, approximate location off southwestern coast2021 32006600 Southern Caribbeanestablished
1655862   Caribbean Sea, Netherlands Antilles, Aruba, approximate location off southwestern coast2021  established
1695347   Grecian Rocks Reef, Buoy 12, Florida Keys, Atlantic Ocean2022 32007000 Floridianestablished
1670515   Gulf of Mexico, Air Force Tower artificial reef, 14 miles SW of the Mexico Beach Canal2021 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670507   Gulf of Mexico, Andy Weeks Memorial Reef, artificial reef called MB-262, 14.3 nautical miles from the Mexico Beach Canal2021 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670461   Gulf of Mexico, Artificial Reef MB99 Duke Energy, also known as the Shady Lady Shrimpboat2021 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670462   Gulf of Mexico, City of Mexico Beach, 2001 Grant Reef, 6.3 miles from the Mexico Beach Canal, 55 ft deep2019 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670464   Gulf of Mexico, City of Mexico Beach, 2002 Grant Reef, 6.6 miles from the Mexico Beach Canal, Depth 55'2019 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670499   Gulf of Mexico, City of Mexico Beach, 2002 Grant Reef, 6.6 miles from the Mexico Beach Canal, Depth 55'2021 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670463   Gulf of Mexico, Garfield Wilson Memorial Reef, about 6 miles from the Mexico Beach Canal, 55' of water2019 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1670465   Gulf of Mexico, MB-99 Artificial Reef, also known as the Duke Energy reef, A shrimp boat about 17 miles from the Mexico Beach Canal in 95' of water2019 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1187355   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, 40 km NW of Sisal, Madagascar Reef2015 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1187356   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, 40 km NW of Sisal, Madagascar Reef2015 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418886   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, Cordillera de Abel (dive site)2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418885   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, Herradura (dive site)2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418887   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, Juanchos (dive site)2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418878   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, sandwich (dive site)2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418877   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, Tweet (dive site)2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1467155   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Alacranes, Tweet (dive site)2018 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418875   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Arcos2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1418876   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Arcos, Alacranes, Desterrada reef2017 32006900 Southern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1635429   Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, Barco de Rio Canas wreck2015  established
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/4/2022].

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