Geophagus sp.
Geophagus sp.
(earth eaters)

9 results for Geophagus sp. (earth eaters)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1335303 FLMiami-DadeC-100 Canal (Cutler Drain Canal)2015 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
558773 FLMiami-DadeC-4 (Tamiami) Canal, Hidden Lake2009 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
236308 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek1993 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
31332 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek (north end) canal at its junction with Tamiami1982 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
558768 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek [near intersection of Snapper Creek Dr. and SW 100th Ave.]1982 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
558772 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek Canal, Miami, from SW 97th Ave NW to Sunset Drive (SW 72nd St) Boat ramp at S end of SW 97th Ave1994 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
558774 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek, just south of Hwy 8361981 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
558769 FLMiami-DadeSnapper Creek, just south of Hwy 8361982 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
31808 FLPalm Beachcanal west of Lantana1974 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/15/2024].

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