Perca flavescens
Perca flavescens
(Yellow Perch)
Fishes
Native Transplant

7 results for Perca flavescens (Yellow Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
41330 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297248 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297258 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
41440 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297554 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297563 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
268429 ORUmatillaUmatilla River1936 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/6/2020].

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