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    Western Creek Chubsucker
    Erimyzon claviformis
    Specimen Details

    Verbatim Donor Data

    Donor Family: None
    Donor Genus: Erimyzon
    Donor Species: oblongus
    Donor Hybrid Species: None
    Donor Subspecies: None
    Donor Num Specimens: 2
    Donor Preparation: None
    Donor Collector: Davis, J., L. Ray
    Donor Determiner: None
    Donor Specimen Notes: None
    Donor Collected Date: 1965.1.7
    Donor Field Number: None
    Donor Drainage: None
    Donor Country: United States
    Donor State: Texas
    Donor County: Brazos
    Donor Locality: At Sulphur Springs, near Peach Creek Community
    Donor Collecting Event Remarks: None
    Donor Latitude: None
    Donor Longitude: None
    Donor Latitude DMS: None
    Donor Longitude DMS: None


    J. Davis
    L. Ray

    Collecting Event

    Collected: Jan. 7, 1965
    Collecting Event ID: 2841
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    Collecting Event Field Notes

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    Taxon: Erimyzon claviformis
    Determiner: Agent object
    Staff Notes:
    scales 40, eye 2.1 in snout
    Specimen examined and identified.
    Point placed in Grimes County not Brazos County.
    Suspect Notes: None
    Number of Occurrence Records: 2


    Locality Photos
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    Ecoregion: Ecoregion object
    HUC Subbasin: Navasota
    HUC Subwatershed Name: Lick Creek-Navasota River
    HUC 12 Code: 120701030707
    Jurisdiction: Grimes, Texas
    Description: Sulphur Springs near Peach Creek Community
    Latitude/Longitude: 30.57186 N, -96.16606 W
    Error: 168.8 m


    Photos of this Specimen

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    Posted by: Adam Cohen on Nov. 14, 2017, 10:06 a.m.

    Comment: Re-examine. This is likely E. sucetta

    Comments On TCWC1274.01

    Adam Cohen
    Nov. 14, 2017, 10:06 a.m.
    Re-examine. This is likely E. sucetta