Pygocentrus or Serrasalmus sp.
Pygocentrus or Serrasalmus sp.
(unidentified piranha)

18 results for Pygocentrus or Serrasalmus sp. (unidentified piranha)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28083 CASanta BarbaraSanta Barbara, local park pond1989 18060013 Santa Barbara Coastalfailed
268048 CO upper Colorado River in CO1996 14010001 Colorado Headwatersfailed
30946 CT Thames drainage1996 01100003 Thamesfailed
31996 FL state non-specific1979 03000000 South Atlantic-Gulf Regioncollected
33132 IALinnCedar River near Cedar Rapids1983 07080205 Middle Cedarfailed
33164 ID state non-specific1984 17000000 Pacific Northwest Regionfailed
33573 IL state non-specific1984  failed
269221 INBoonecity park pond in Boone county2002 05120000 Wabashfailed
269225 INDelawareWhite River2002 05120201 Upper Whitefailed
269218 INLakeCedar Lake [Cedar Lake, IN]2002 07120001 Kankakeefailed
34369 KY state non-specific1984  failed
35976 MO state non-specific1984  failed
37887 NHHillsboroughMerrimack River, Manchester, NH1990 01070006 Merrimack Riverfailed
39414 NY state non-specific1984 Unknown or N/Afailed
40195 OK state non-specific1984 11000000 Arkansas-White-Red Regionfailed
42185 PA state non-specific1979  failed
44386 UTWeberOgden River1985 16020102 Lower Weberfailed
46146 WA Columbia River1989 17020010 Upper Columbia-Entiatfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/21/2024].

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