Pomoxis annularis
Pomoxis annularis
(White Crappie)
Native Transplant

14 results for Pomoxis annularis (White Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
42799 SD eastern tribs of the Missouri1962 10160000 Jamesestablished
42798 SD James (HUC6) non-specific1962 10160000 Jamesestablished
1403029 SD Lower James (HUC8) non-specific1981 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
1403025 SD Middle James (HUC8) non-specific1981 10160006 Middle Jamesestablished
42800 SD Missouri drainage1962 10130105 Lower Lake Oaheestablished
42797 SD Vermillion drainage1962 10170102 Vermillionestablished
42806 SDBon HommeLake Henry (#50), Scotland (a small shallow impoundment of Dawson Creek)1949 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
42805 SDHansonJames River (#46), 12.8 km ENE Ethan, below a mill dam1951 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
42809 SDHughesMedicine Creek (#61), at hwy 34, 0.8 km above mouth, 21.8 km ESE Pierre1952 10140103 Medicine Knollestablished
42810 SDHughesMissouri River (#65), Farm Island State Park, 4.8 km SE Pierre1952 10140101 Fort Randall Reservoirestablished
42804 SDSanbornJames River (#43), 14.4 km E Woonsocket at bridge, 4.8 km NE Forestburg1951 10160006 Middle Jamesestablished
42803 SDSpinkThunder (Timber) Creek (#39), US 212, 6.4 km E Frankfort1952 10160006 Middle Jamesestablished
1406175 SDSpinkTurtle Creek.2003 10160009 Turtleestablished
42808 SDYanktonJames River (#51), 19.2 km N Yankton at U.S. 811934 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/3/2023].

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