Perca flavescens
Perca flavescens
(Yellow Perch)
Native Transplant

16 results for Perca flavescens (Yellow Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
290376 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir1975 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290375 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir1976 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290373 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2002 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290374 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2002 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290371 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2003 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290370 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2004 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290369 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2008 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
290368 MTDanielsWhitetail Reservoir2009 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289853 MTSheridanAntelope Creek River Miles: 6.3 to 6.42007 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289904 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake1997 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289900 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake2008 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289903 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake2008 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289899 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake2010 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289901 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake2011 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
289902 MTSheridanBoxelder Lake2011 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
1697855 MTSheridanLund Reservoir1999 10060006 Big Muddyunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/25/2023].

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