Notropis hudsonius
Notropis hudsonius
(Spottail Shiner)
Fishes
Native Transplant

243 results for Notropis hudsonius (Spottail Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
30717 CO Big Thompson drainage1997 10190006 Big Thompsonestablished
30798 CO South Platte drainage1998 10190000 South Platteestablished
30434 CO South Platte drainage, reservoirs1993 10190000 South Platteestablished
30107 COArapahoeQuincy Reservoir near Denver1985 10190003 Middle South Platte-Cherry Creekcollected
269673 COArapahoeQuincy Reservoir near Denver2008 10190003 Middle South Platte-Cherry Creekestablished
269700 COJeffersonStandley Lake2007 10190003 Middle South Platte-Cherry Creekestablished
30108 COLarimerLon Hagler Reservoir1985 10190006 Big Thompsoncollected
32529 GAMeriwetherCane Creek, on Cove Church Rd., Meriwether County, GA, Flint drainage1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
32532 GAMeriwetherWhite Oak Creek at bridge crossing on GA Rt. 362 .5 mi east of Alvaton, Meriwether County, Flint drainage1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
32531 GAPikeFlint River at Flat Rock Shoals on Flat Rock Shoals Road at David Knott Bridge1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
32527 GAPikeMountain Creek on Mountain Creek Rd., Flint drainage, Pike County, GA1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
32530 GATalbotBig Lazer Creek, on CR 177, 5 mi se of Woodland, Talbot County, GA, Flint drainage1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
32528 GAUpsonElkins Creek, off Dripping Rock Rd, Pike County, GA, Flint drainage1997 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
614565 IAAppanooseRathbun Reservoir [Chariton River]1987 10280201 Upper Charitonestablished
546557 IAMononaMissouri River, rm 6791997 10230001 Blackbird-Soldierestablished
614566 IAPottawattamieLake Manawa1987 10230006 Big Papillion-Mosquitoestablished
614567 IAWoodburyWoodbury County1987 10230000 Missouri-Little Siouxestablished
33248 ID Bear River drainage1990 16010000 Bearestablished
648260 IDFranklinONEIDA RESERVOIR1986 16010202 Middle Bearstocked
648262 IDTwin FallsSALMON FALLS CREEK RESERVOIR1987 17040213 Salmon Fallsstocked
648261 IDTwin FallsSALMON FALLS CREEK RESERVOIR1988 17040213 Salmon Fallsstocked
33246 IDTwin FallsSnake River above and below Shoshone Falls1990 17040212 Upper Snake-Rockestablished
35298 ME lower Kennnebec River drainage1994 01030003 Lower Kennebecestablished
35297 MESagadahocCathance River, Kennebec River drainage, (actually lower Androscoggin) town of Bowdoinham, Sagadahoc County (map pg 6) lat 43 69 10 N Long 69 53 05 W1979 01040002 Lower Androscogginestablished
36631 MT Fort Peck Lake, upstream to about Virgelle Ferry1990 10040101 Bullwhacker-Dogestablished
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