NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History. 2011. National Museum of Natural History Vertebrate Zoology Ichthyology Collection. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. http://collections.mnh.si.edu/search/fishes/. Accessed on 03/26/2013.
Reference Number: 20915
Author: Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History.
Date (year): 2011
Title:National Museum of Natural History Vertebrate Zoology Ichthyology Collection
Publisher Location:Washington, DC
Accessed on: 03/26/2013
Keywords: fishes, database, USNM
Ameiurus melas VA - New River at town of Fries
Anguilla sp. CA - state non-specific
Cambarus longirostris SC - West Fork, Little River At Route 129
Cambarus robustus CT - Shepang River, At junction Of Routes 341 And 25 In Woodville CT - Fenton River, Gurleyville CT - Fenton River, Mansfield
Catostomus catostomus CO - Gunnison River, between Hwy 92 crossing and confluence with Currant Creek. CO - North Fork Gunnison River, between Black Canyon and town of Lazear. CO - Colorado River, between Derby Junction and Burns. CO - Colorado River, upstream of Burns. CO - Colorado River, just upstream of Big Alkali Creek. CO - White River. CO - Gunnison River, 1/2 mile above junction with Red Creek.
Catostomus santaanae CA - Stream in Elizabeth Lake Canyon CA - Tributary to Santa Clara River about 7.8 miles above Boquet Canyon Bridge, N of Saugus CA - Santa Clara River at US 99 (now I-5) CA - Castaic Creek CA - Piru Creek, about 7 miles upstream from Piru CA - Santa Clara River at US 99 (now I-5) CA - Santa Clara River, about 1.625 miles upstream from US 99 bridge CA - Santa Clara River at bridge near mouth of Bouquet Canyon, 1.0 mile NE of Saugus
Channa argus MD - Walking Fish Pond [= MacQuillium Pond] in Crofton behind shopping center, adjacent to Route 3 near the intersection of Crawford Blvd. MD - Pine Lake, a reservoir in Wheaton VA - Little Hunting Creek, a tributary of the Potomac MD - Potomac River, Marshall Hall boat access point VA - Potomac River at Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Channa maculata HI - Wahiawa Reservoir (=Lake Wilson), Oahu HI - Honolulu
Cottus asper CA - Piru Creek. CA - Agua Blanca Creek.
Cyprinus carpio NV - Herrin Slough
Etheostoma blennioides PA - Conococheaque Creek WV - Sleepy Creek, west of Back Creek on Rt. 9. MD - Owens Cr., Hagerstown MD - Licking Creek PA - Dunning Creek, Johnstown. PA - West Branch of Susquehanna PA - Back Creek, Hagerstown PA - Unknown Tributary (Untr) of Rock Creek
Limia vittata HI - Kaelepulu stream, Oahu. HI - Coconut Island in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu
Lithobates catesbeianus OR - Coast Fork Willamette River; T19S R2W S6 OR - John Day River
Melanochromis auratus NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead)
Notropis volucellus PA - Penns Creek, Kratzerville. PA - Penns Creek [east of Laurel Park] PA - Tuscarora Creek. PA - Hallowing Run
Prosopium williamsoni CO - Colorado River [upstream of Burns, CO]. CO - Colorado River [upstream of Colorado River Rd., between McCoy and Burns, CO].
Pterygoplichthys pardalis PR - Cidra Reservoir [=Lago de Cidra] PR - Dos Bocas Reservoir
Pylodictis olivaris AZ - Verde River AZ - Verde River AZ - Gila River AZ - Salt River AZ - Verde River AZ - Verde River AZ - Verde River AZ - Verde River NC - Neuse River
Sarotherodon melanotheron FL - tributary of Bullfrog Creek about 1/2 mile above its entrace into Hillsborough Bay FL - tributary of Bullfrog Creek about 1/2 mile above its entrace into Hillsborough Bay
Xiphophorus hellerii FL - Alcazar Pool, St. Augustine HI - Kipapa stream behind National Marine Fisheries Laboratory HI - Manoa Stream DC - Washington, D.C. HI - Waikele Stream
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