Semotilus corporalis
Semotilus corporalis
(Fallfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

55 results for Semotilus corporalis (Fallfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1524083 CORio GrandeRio Grande del Norte1889 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraunknown
254712 MEHancockAcadia National Park, Mount Desert Island1998 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
157528 MEHancock/KnoxAcadia National Park1999 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
39486 NYErie-NiagaraTonawanda Creek1985 04120104 Niagaracollected
1524101 NYGeneseeTonawanda Creek1998 04120104 Niagaraestablished
1524110 NYJeffersonBlack River1995 04150101 Blackestablished
1524100 NYJeffersonBlack River1995 04150101 Blackestablished
1524090 NYJeffersonBlack River1996 04150101 Blackestablished
1524112 NYLewisBeaver River2005 04150101 Blackestablished
1524091 NYLewisBlack River2000 04150101 Blackestablished
1524122 NYLewisBlack River2005 04150101 Blackestablished
1524102 NYLewisBlack River2005 04150101 Blackestablished
1524092 NYLewisBlack River2005 04150101 Blackestablished
1524123 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524113 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524103 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524093 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524114 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524104 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524094 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524125 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524115 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524105 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524095 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
1524126 NYLewisBlack River2006 04150101 Blackestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/17/2021].

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