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Observations details for species Fantail Darter Etheostoma flabellare for Sulphur Lick quad
ID#:91646
Observed Date:11/3/2016
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2019. Reports from scientific collection permits with electronic submissions from December 2013 to April 2020. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:SC1611140
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:Sub-SC0911062-467479
Observed Date:8/30/2009
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2013. Reports from scientific collection permits with electronic submissions from 2005 through December 2013 (old web site). Frankfort.
Secondary Source:SC0911062
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:188935.TU-Fish
Observed Date:4/2/1999
Project Description:vertnet. 2015. Kentucky data downloaded from Vertnet.org, a compilation of data from multiple collections. The secondary source should be used to obtain the data publisher and record citation for a particular record (accessed on February 6, 2015).
Secondary Source:TU-Fish.Tulane University Biodiversity Research Institute, Royal D. Suttkus Fish; http://ipt.vertnet.org:8080/iptstrays/resource.do?r=tubri_fish ; (accessed 2/5/2015)
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:11586
Observed Date:6/17/1976
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 1995. Fish sampling data compiled by KDFWR 1937-1995. Includes Fisheries Division annual reports, scientific collection permit reports, special projects, and others. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:KY Dept. of Fish and Wildlife - Fisheries Bulletin No. 95
Review Status:Not reviewed
 
ID#:2651301
Observed Date:1/27/1965
Project Description:Illinois Natural History Survey. 2014. Kentucky records from fish, herp, mussel, crayfish, snail, and mammals from 1872 to 2015 provided by Illinois Natural History Survey. Champaign
Review Status:Not reviewed
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