Alosa chrysochloris
Alosa chrysochloris
(Skipjack Herring)
Native Transplant

16 results for Alosa chrysochloris (Skipjack Herring)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1542219 ILWillBasin area upstream of Brandon Rd Lock and Dam2013 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542220 ILWillBasin area upstream of Brandon Rd Lock and Dam2014 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1541846 ILWillBasin area upstream of Brandon Rd Lock and Dam2014 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542596 ILWillDes Plaines River between route 30 bridges2018 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542970 ILWillDownstream of Beartrap controlling works2018 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542968 ILWillDownstream of electric barrier2013 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542222 ILWillDownstream of electric barrier2018 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542221 ILWillI&M Canal2017 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1541845 ILWillLeft descending bank downstream of Lockport Powerhouse2013 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1541847 ILWillleft descending wall downstream of Beartrap dam2018 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542595 ILWillLeft descending wall upstream of Des Plaines CSSC concluence2015 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542594 ILWillRight descending wall downstream of dispersal barrier2013 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1542969 ILWillRight descending wall downstream of dispersal barrier2014 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
1403766 TN lower Clinch drainage1994 06010207 Lower Clinchestablished
1401796 WV Big Sandy drainage1986 05070204 Big Sandyunknown
1336275 WV Big Sandy drainage1986 05070204 Big Sandyestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/29/2024].

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