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2011. Collection records of Fundulus grandis. Derived from search at FishNet2 on 11/1/2011. http://www.fishnet2.net/.
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Reference Number: 23901
Type: Database
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Date (year): 2011
Title:Collection records of Fundulus grandis. Derived from search at FishNet2 on 11/1/2011.
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URL: http://www.fishnet2.net/
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Keywords: Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Fundulus grandis

    TX - E.V. Spence Reservoir
    TX - E.V. Spence Reservoir, Salt Creek arm.
    TX - O.H. Ivie Reservoir, Padgitt Park shoreline.
    TX - O.H. Ivie Reservoir, Concho Park, NNW shoreline.
    TX - Pecos River, on SR 349, 2 miles north of I-10.
    TX - Beals Creek, at U.S. I-20, ~1.9 mi WNW Big Spring.
    TX - Buzzard Draw, 10.7 miles WNW Big Spring, Hwy 176.
    TX - Johnson Creek, low water crossing just off Hwy 27.
    TX - [Ellison Creek Reservoir], along US 259 just S of Lone Star.
    TX - Brazos River, 12 miles upstream of Waco
    TX - Colorado River, 13.4 miles S of Colorado City, at R.N. Gray farm.
    TX - Possum Kingdom Lake
    TX - Outflow canal of Imperial Reservoir
    TX - Pecos River, at SR 302 southwest of Mentone
    TX - Independence Creek, at confluence with Pecos River
    TX - North shore of Lake J. B. Thomas
    TX - Pecos River, Pandale crossing
    TX - Pecos River, 1 km upstream of Fox Canyon
    TX - Pecos River, 2 km upstream of Ford Canyon
    TX - Pecos River, 1 km upstream of Fox Canyon
    TX - Pecos River, Pandale crossing
    TX - Pecos River, Pandale crossing
    TX - Brazos River, 5 miles SE of Whitney Dam
    TX - Salt Creek, just upstream of SR 652
    TX - Pecos River, 5 miles east of Sheffield on SR 290


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