Notropis potteri
Notropis potteri
(Chub Shiner)
Native Transplant

12 results for Notropis potteri (Chub Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
27332 AR Red River1951 11140201 McKinney-Posten Bayousestablished
34845 LA Mississippi River at the mouth of the Red River1955 08070100 Lower Mississippi-Baton Rougeestablished
34844 LA Red River1951 11140207 Lower Red-Lake Iattestablished
267215 LAWest FelicianaMississippi River near Saint Francisville1972 08070100 Lower Mississippi-Baton Rougeestablished
165329 OK Lake Texoma1951 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
40325 OK Red River1951 11140101 Bois D'arc-Islandestablished
165247 OKBlaine-DeweyCanton Lake1979 11100301 Middle North Canadianfailed
44347 TX Red River1951 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
157613 TXCottleCottle County2001 11130000 Red-Washitaestablished
157646 TXGraysonGrayson County2001 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
165328 TXGraysonLake Texoma1951 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
157627 TXRed RiverRed River County2001 11140302 Lower Sulpherestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/30/2023].

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