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Observations details for species Northern Hog Sucker Hypentelium nigricans for Levee quad
ID#:33809
Observed Date:7/23/2001
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Southern Illinois University. 2009. Compilation of occurrence records of Kentucky Fish compiled by Rob Hopkins, PhD dissertation (Distributional Modeling Of Rare Fishes And Mussels: From Ecological Theory To Biodiversity Conservation) . Carbondale, Illinois, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Secondary Source:58893
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:33830
Observed Date:6/26/2001
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Southern Illinois University. 2009. Compilation of occurrence records of Kentucky Fish compiled by Rob Hopkins, PhD dissertation (Distributional Modeling Of Rare Fishes And Mussels: From Ecological Theory To Biodiversity Conservation) . Carbondale, Illinois, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Secondary Source:58861
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:21187
Observed Date:6/7/1993
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Southern Illinois University. 2009. Compilation of occurrence records of Kentucky Fish compiled by Rob Hopkins, PhD dissertation (Distributional Modeling Of Rare Fishes And Mussels: From Ecological Theory To Biodiversity Conservation) . Carbondale, Illinois, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Secondary Source:22442
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:17054
Observed Date:6/18/1982
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Southern Illinois University. 2009. Compilation of occurrence records of Kentucky Fish compiled by Rob Hopkins, PhD dissertation (Distributional Modeling Of Rare Fishes And Mussels: From Ecological Theory To Biodiversity Conservation) . Carbondale, Illinois, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Secondary Source:13610
Review Status:Not reviewed
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