Perca flavescens
Perca flavescens
(Yellow Perch)
Native Transplant

17 results for Perca flavescens (Yellow Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
278599 NEBox ButteKilpatrick Lake2000 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
278571 NECherryBig Alkali Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278579 NECherryClear Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278581 NECherryCottonwood Lake2000 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
278584 NECherryDewey Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278586 NECherryDuck Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278594 NECherryHackberry Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278603 NECherryMerritt Reservoir2000 10150005 Snakeestablished
278607 NECherryPelican Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278610 NECherryShell Lake2000 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
278622 NECherryWatts Lake on the Valentine N.W.R.2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278601 NECherryWest Long Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278625 NECherryWillow Lake2000 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
278574 NEDawesBox Butte Reservoir2000 10150002 Niobrara Headwatersestablished
278572 NESheridanBilly Lake2000 10150005 Snakeestablished
278611 NESheridanSmith Lake2000 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
278621 NESheridanWalgren Lake, ca 6 mil se of Hay Springs, a disconnected sand hill lake2000 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/29/2023].

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