Alosa chrysochloris
Alosa chrysochloris
(Skipjack Herring)
Native Transplant

12 results for Alosa chrysochloris (Skipjack Herring)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1403763 TN Holston drainage1994 06010104 Holstonestablished
1403766 TN lower Clinch drainage1994 06010207 Lower Clinchestablished
1336247 TN Obey (HUC-8)1986 05130105 Obeyestablished
1336248 TN Obey (HUC-8)1986 05130105 Obeyestablished
1401751 TN Obey (HUC-8)1986 05130105 Obeyestablished
1403764 TN Pigeon drainage1994 06010106 Pigeonestablished
1403761 TN Caney drainage1994 05130108 Caneyestablished
1401800 TN Lower Little Tennessee drainage1991 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeunknown
1336278 TN Lower Little Tennessee drainage1991 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeestablished
1401793 TN Obey drainage1986 05130105 Obeyunknown
1695873 TNMonroeTellico Lake, near outlet of Smoky Branch and Hammontree Branch2022 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeestablished
1403762 TNSmithCordell Hull Reservoir1994 05130106 Upper Cumberland-Cordell Hull Reservoirestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/2/2024].

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