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Morse, R. 2011. Collection records of Etheostoma blennioides from the holdings of the New York State Museum. Provided by Richard Morse on 7/12/2011. New York State Museum.
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Reference Number: 20925
Type: Database
Author: Morse, R.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Collection records of Etheostoma blennioides from the holdings of the New York State Museum. Provided by Richard Morse on 7/12/2011.
Publisher:New York State Museum
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Keywords: greenside darter, NYSM
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Etheostoma blennioides

    NY - Catatonk Creek, at Catatonk Hill Rd. crossing.
    NY - Catatonk Creek, at Kelsey Rd. 1 mile below Candor.
    NY - Nanticoke Creek, at Crocker Creek confluence.
    NY - Sing Sing Creek, at Route 352.
    NY - Owego Creek, west branch, south of Weltonville at West Creek Rd.
    NY - Susquehanna River, below Rockbottom Dam at Binghamton.
    NY - Owego Creek, Talcott Street bridge near Owego Village.
    VA - Catoctin Creek, at Taylorstown.
    VA - Muddy Creek, at Mount Clinton.
    WV - South Branch Potomac River, near Springfield.
    MD - Conococheague Creek, at Fairview.
    MD - Monocacy River, at Reichs Ford Rd. bridge near Frederick.
    WV - Dillons Run, at Capon Bridge.


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