Poecilia mexicana
Poecilia mexicana
(Shortfin Molly)
Fishes
Exotic

59 results for Poecilia mexicana (Shortfin Molly)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
27924 AZ state non-specific1965 15000000 Lower Colorado Regionestablished
27343 AZ state non-specific1990 15000000 Lower Colorado Regionestablished
27589 AZMaricopaPhoenix metropolitan canal system1973 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
291461 CARiversideAvenue 82 drainage ditch, between state route 86 and the Salton Sea, ~6.4 km east of Oasis1969 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
276665 CARiversideDos Palmas Spring; spring southeast of Dos Palmas Spring.1966 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
28173 CARiversideDrainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].1974 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
278820 CARiversideDrainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].1974 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
28986 CARiversideSalton Sea, freshwater ditches nearby1976 18100204 Salton Seacollected
30290 CO San Luis Valley (Rio Grande headwaters drainage)1986 13010003 San Luisestablished
29935 COConejoscanals, ditches and ponds below the Weisbart and Weisbart Hog farm where tropical fish are being reared1985 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheralocally established
29938 COSaguacheHot Spring Creek, Valley View Resort1983 13010003 San Luiscollected
267567 COSaguacheValley View Hot Springs1965 13010003 San Luisestablished
30199 COSaguacheValley View Hot Springs1985 13010003 San Luislocally established
1632541 FLHillsboroughDitches and ponds at Tampa Industrial Park (Segrest Farms and Cemex)2017 03100206 Tampa Bayunknown
1632543 FLHillsboroughDitches and ponds at Tampa Industrial Park (Segrest Farms and Cemex)2018 03100206 Tampa Bayunknown
33153 IDOwyheeBrunneau River, SW of Blackstone Grasmere Road bridge on Hot Creek Road at Hot Springs Road, 8 mi SE of Brunneau near a thermal effluent from fish farm1986 17050102 Bruneaulocally established
36383 MTMadisonRuby River1990 10020003 Rubycollected
36289 MTMadisonThermal Spring near Twin Bridges1981 10020002 Beaverheadcollected
36566 MTMadisonTrudau Pond near Ruby Reservoir1969 10020003 Rubylocally established
36287 MTMadisonTrudau Pond near Ruby Reservoir1981 10020003 Rubyfailed
36643 MTMadisonTrudau Pond near Ruby Reservoir1985 10020003 Rubyextirpated
38569 NV state non-specific1973  established
262447 NVClarkBlue Point Spring near Lake Mead1967 15010005 Lake Meadlocally established
38778 NVClarkBlue Point Spring near Lake Mead1984 15010005 Lake Meadlocally established
38567 NVClarkBlue Point Spring outlet, Lake Mead National Recreation area at S.R. 411980 15010005 Lake Meadestablished
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