Gambusia nobilis
Gambusia nobilis
(Pecos Gambusia)
Native Transplant

10 results for Gambusia nobilis (Pecos Gambusia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
38493 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 101980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyoestablished
38494 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 151980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyofailed
38489 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 21980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyoestablished
38490 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 31980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyofailed
38495 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 371980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyofailed
38496 NMChavesBitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sinkhole 421980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyofailed
38488 NMChavesGeyser Spring, (Bitter Lake N.W.R.?)1980 13060011 Upper Pecos-Blackextirpated
38487 NMChavesInk Pots, Salt Creek Wilderness area, Chaves County1973 13060005 Arroyo Del Machoestablished
38486 NMChavesLake St. Francis, Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge1980 13060007 Upper Pecos-Long Arroyoextirpated
38497 NMEddyLiving Desert State Park, near Carlsbad, Eddy County1975 13060011 Upper Pecos-Blackestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/14/2024].

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