Perca flavescens
Perca flavescens
(Yellow Perch)
Fishes
Native Transplant

22 results for Perca flavescens (Yellow Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
290115 MTLewis and ClarkKrohn Lake1931 17010203 Blackfootestablished
289897 MTMissoulaBlackfoot River River Miles: 11 to 14.62000 17010203 Blackfootestablished
289896 MTMissoulaBlackfoot River River Miles: 9 to 12.62000 17010203 Blackfootestablished
292619 MTMissoulaClearwater River(River Miles: 29.2 to 29.3)1995 17010203 Blackfootestablished
292621 MTMissoulaClearwater River(River Miles: 35.2 to 35.3)1995 17010203 Blackfootestablished
292622 MTMissoulaClearwater River(River Miles: 38 to 38.1)1995 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290071 MTMissoulaHarpers Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290151 MTMissoulaLake Inez2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290150 MTMissoulaLake Inez2003 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290252 MTMissoulaPlacid Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290261 MTMissoulaRainy Lake2001 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290259 MTMissoulaRainy Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290260 MTMissoulaRainy Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290284 MTMissoulaSalmon Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290283 MTMissoulaSalmon Lake2003 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290287 MTMissoulaSeeley Lake2000 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290286 MTMissoulaSeeley Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290285 MTMissoulaSeeley Lake2003 17010203 Blackfootestablished
290215 MTPowellNevada Reservoir2003 17010203 Blackfootestablished
850827 MTPowellUpsata Lake1950 17010203 Blackfootestablished
850828 MTPowellUpsata Lake1955 17010203 Blackfooteradicated
850830 MTPowellUpsata Lake1985 17010203 Blackfootestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/11/2020].

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