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Florida Museum of Natural History. 2011. Collection information on FLMNH holdings of Etheostoma blennioides from Maryland and Virginia. Provided by Rob Robins on 18 July 2011.
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Reference Number: 20933
Type: Database
Author: Florida Museum of Natural History.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Collection information on FLMNH holdings of Etheostoma blennioides from Maryland and Virginia. Provided by Rob Robins on 18 July 2011.
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Keywords: greenside darter
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Etheostoma blennioides

    MD - Monocacy River, near state route 26.
    MD - Beaver Branch(?), 100 yd N of covered bridge on Old Frederick Rd & Rte 77.
    MD - Sideling Hill Creek, Washington-Allegany County line at US 40.
    MD - Fifteen Mile Creek, junction of scenic US Rte 40, 3 mi E of Pratt.
    MD - Goshen Branch at Brink Rd, 5 mi NW of Gaithersburg.
    MD - Senneca Creek at Route 124, .5 miles north of Rocky Road
    MD - Big Pipe Creek, near Sells Mill and Hyser Roads
    MD - Tuscarora Creek, on US 15 just north of town of Frederick, by Beckley's Hotel.
    MD - Hunting Creek, on Layman Rd about .25 miles from intersect with Hessong Bridge Rd.
    VA - Goose Creek, at St Rte 611.


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