NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Gilbert, C.R. (ed.). 1992. Rare and Endangered Biota of Florida. Volume II. Fishes. University Press of Florida.
Reference Number: 964
Author: Gilbert, C.R. (ed.).
Date (year): 1992
Title:Rare and Endangered Biota of Florida. Volume II. Fishes.
Publisher:University Press of Florida.
Keywords: E&T, fishes, Florida
Campostoma oligolepis AL - Big Escambia Creek at I-65 crossing, Escambia River drainage in AL
Luxilus chrysocephalus isolepis AL - Escambia drainage - Big Escambia Creek AL - Escambia drainage - Conecuh or Little Escambia at state line FL - Canoe Creek, Escambia drainage FL - Moore Creek
Nocomis leptocephalus bellicus AL - Big Escambia Creek at the I-65 crossing FL - Canoe Creek, Escambia trib., at Hwy 29 bridge FL - Moore Creek
Notropis baileyi FL - Canoe Creek, Escambia trib., at Hwy 29 bridge FL - Canoe Creek, Escambia trib., at Hwy 29 bridge FL - Canoe Creek, Route 4 bridge FL - Moore Creek AL - Big Escambia Creek at the I-65 crossing
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/30/2020].
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