NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 12117
Date (year): 1997
Title:output from Bishop Museum, Hawai`i database provided by Carla Kishinami, collections manager (disk with DBase IV file attached).
Keywords: amphibian, reptile, Hawai`i
Dendrobates auratus HI - Lyon Arboretum, upper Manoa Valley, Honolulu HI - in yard on Loulu Street, Manoa Valley, Honolulu HI - East-West Center, Honolulu
Dendrobates leucomelas HI - Honolulu
Dendrobates sp. HI - Honolulu
Glandirana rugosa HI - 2.3 km south and 1.9 km west of Hauula (Ma'akua Gulch) HI - unnamed tributary, Hanawi Stream, Hanawi NARS HI - small rock pool of stream, lower rock hole, site 3, north Halawa Valley HI - on Hana Rd., near east Wailua Iki Stream bridge, 5 km SSE of Keanae HI - in a rock pool stream, north Halawa Valley HI - Puhawai Falls, Lualualei Naval Magazine, Waianae Mountians HI - stream near Puu Kailio, Puhawai Falls, Lualualei Naval Magazine, Waianae Mountians HI - Moalepe Trail at Kahuna Rd, approx. 2 km west of Kawaihau HI - North Halawa Valley, site 3 (lower rock hole), in small rock pool in stream HI - Waianae Mountians, Lualualei Naval Magazine, Puhawai Falls
Lithobates catesbeianus HI - Waialohe Pond, Maui HI - Kipapa Stream, above Kamehameha Hwy.
Pelodiscus sinensis HI - approx 100m upstream of footbridge at junction of Keneke St. and Kukane Pl., Kamooalii Stream, Kaneohe
Rhinella marina HI - Waipahu, Oahu HI - 4977 Likini St., Honolulu HI - Kaneohe, 100m from Kaneohe Stream, Oahu HI - Kipapa Stream, above Kamehameha Hwy, (USGS gaging station) HI - Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu HI - Akahi St., Kalihi area, Honolulu HI - Nuuanu Stream at River Street, Oahu HI - Waikolu Stream, pool at diversion dam, Molokai HI - waterfall in tributary to Waikolu Stream, Waikolu Valley, Molokai
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