Hypentelium etowanum
Hypentelium etowanum
(Alabama Hog Sucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

31 results for Hypentelium etowanum (Alabama Hog Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1523861 ALColbert0.6 miles north of intersection of State Route 231 and 9, on State Route 231. Coosa Tributary1975 06030005 Pickwick Lakeunknown
1523875 ALConecuhWest Fork Sipsey River, 5 mi W of AL Hwy 33, 1.75 mi NW of Sipsey Recreation Area1971 03140305 Escambiaunknown
1523858 ALCovingtonCahaba River, Grant's Mill, downstream of Grant's Mill Road bridge2006 03140303 Sepulgaunknown
1523862 ALCovingtonunknown, 100 yards S of junction of county roads 37 and 121964 03140302 Patsaligaunknown
1523878 ALDeKalbTown Cr. @ co. rd. 43 near Lake View1994 06030001 Guntersville Lakeunknown
1523882 ALDeKalbTown Cr. at McCurdy Bridge; & at co. rd. 59; DAE 88-7, 81988 06030001 Guntersville Lakeunknown
1523859 ALLauderdaleCypress Creek at County Road 61996 06030005 Pickwick Lakeunknown
1523841 ALLauderdaleTrib. to Shoal Cr. at intersection with Co. Rd. 61 in Pruitton; T1S, R10W, Sec.8 NW1/41991 06030005 Pickwick Lakeunknown
1523840 ALLawrenceMallard Creek at US Highway 721996 06030002 Wheeler Lakeunknown
1523865 GACandlerCubahatchi Creek 1.8 miles West of Shorter1989 03060203 Canoocheeunknown
1523874 GACharltonTallapoosa River 5.0 mi. N of Buchanan, Hwy. 27.1964 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1523843 KYTaylorLittle Uchee Cr., ca.10 mi SE of Opelika, Hwy.169.; T18N R28E S291967 05110001 Upper Greenunknown
1523869 LASt. TammanyTombigbee River at Buzzard Island.1973 03180004 Lower Pearlunknown
1523864 MOReynoldsLogan Creek @ 422, ~5.5 km E of Ellington2006 11010007 Upper Blackunknown
1523851 MSClarkeGorden Creek1947 03170002 Upper Chickasawhayunknown
1523857 MSCopiahnone given1948 03180003 Middle Pearl-Silverunknown
1523872 MSGeorgeBig Creek 11 mi. SW of Lucedale1948 03170006 Pascagoulaunknown
1523839 MSKemperPorterville-Townsend Road crossing2007 03160202 Sucarnoocheeunknown
1523842 MSLamarLittle Black Creek, on US 11, at Talowah, 4.7 miles N of Lumberton, [see georeference remarks]1976 03170007 Blackunknown
1523846 MSLauderdaleChewacla Creek, County road 71; 8 miles E.of Tuskegee2000 03160202 Sucarnoocheeunknown
1523848 MSLowndesSite 3, Catalpa Creek: T19N, R16E, Sec.28, NE1/4, SW1/41986 03160104 Tibbeeunknown
1523845 MSPerryThompson Creek at 422007 03170005 Lower Leafunknown
1523876 MSTishomingoClear Creek [near Oldgham Railroad crossing, off Hwy 72; 4.0 miles E of Iuka] T03S R11E 341949 06030006 Bearunknown
1523856 MSWarrenSkillikalia Bayou near Redwood School & MS Hwy 31951 08030208 Lower Yazoounknown
1523849 SCEdgefieldTurkey Creek on St Rte 283, 9.4 mi E of Plum Branch, 14.5 mi SE of McCormick (Savannah River drainage).1967 03060107 Stevensunknown
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/24/2021].

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