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Table 2.

Fish species observed at five locations in Flat Creek, Dawson County, Georgia, on six dates following a catastrophic poisoning event in March 2018. Site labels A–E correspond to locations on Figure 1. Sites A, B, and C are upstream from a perched culvert located ∼2.4 km upstream from the Flat Creek confluence with Shoal Creek; D and E are located downstream from the culvert. Entries show the size range in millimeters (standard length) of individuals caught and the number counted (in parentheses); bolded lengths indicate young-of-year. Blanks indicate no individuals of that species were captured. Young-of-year of two taxa (marked with an asterisk) were not counted in July 2018 but were noted as abundant. A single larva, possibly a percid, observed at site A in July 2018 is not listed.

Fish species observed at five locations in Flat Creek, Dawson County, Georgia, on six dates following a catastrophic poisoning event in March 2018. Site labels A–E correspond to locations on Figure 1. Sites A, B, and C are upstream from a perched culvert located ∼2.4 km upstream from the Flat Creek confluence with Shoal Creek; D and E are located downstream from the culvert. Entries show the size range in millimeters (standard length) of individuals caught and the number counted (in parentheses); bolded lengths indicate young-of-year. Blanks indicate no individuals of that species were captured. Young-of-year of two taxa (marked with an asterisk) were not counted in July 2018 but were noted as abundant. A single larva, possibly a percid, observed at site A in July 2018 is not listed.
Fish species observed at five locations in Flat Creek, Dawson County, Georgia, on six dates following a catastrophic poisoning event in March 2018. Site labels A–E correspond to locations on Figure 1. Sites A, B, and C are upstream from a perched culvert located ∼2.4 km upstream from the Flat Creek confluence with Shoal Creek; D and E are located downstream from the culvert. Entries show the size range in millimeters (standard length) of individuals caught and the number counted (in parentheses); bolded lengths indicate young-of-year. Blanks indicate no individuals of that species were captured. Young-of-year of two taxa (marked with an asterisk) were not counted in July 2018 but were noted as abundant. A single larva, possibly a percid, observed at site A in July 2018 is not listed.
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