Cynoscion parvipinnis
Cynoscion parvipinnis
(Shortfin Corvina)
Marine Fishes
Native Transplant

10 results for Cynoscion parvipinnis (Shortfin Corvina)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29463 CA Salton Sea drainage1955 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29664 CAImperialSalton Sea1950 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29666 CAImperialSalton Sea1951 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29667 CAImperialSalton Sea1951 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29668 CAImperialSalton Sea1953 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29669 CAImperialSalton Sea1953 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29670 CAImperialSalton Sea1955 18100204 Salton Seafailed
29671 CAImperialSalton Sea1956 18100204 Salton Seafailed
614539 CAImperialSalton Sea; Near Federal Wild Life Refuge1969 18100204 Salton Seafailed
1671097 CASan DiegoCoronado, CA, USA2014 18070304 San Diegounknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/2/2021].

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