Perca flavescens
Perca flavescens
(Yellow Perch)
Native Transplant

11 results for Perca flavescens (Yellow Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
42909 TN Hiwassee River1971 06020002 Hiwasseeestablished
43061 TN Tennessee drainage (widespread)1993  established
43060 TN Hiwassee drainage1968 06020002 Hiwasseeestablished
613898 TNBlountLittle Tennessee River, head of Tellico Reservoir near Cochran Creek, 10.7 air miles ESE Vonore1997 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeestablished
613899 TNBlountLittle Tennessee River, upper Chilhowee Reservoir near Calderwood powerhouse, 14.9 air miles ESE Vonore1997 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeestablished
43062 TNHardinPickwick Lake1993 06030005 Pickwick Lakeestablished
43063 TNHenryTennessee River at Big Sandy River1988 06040005 Kentucky Lakeestablished
43064 TNLoudonFort Loudoun Reservoir1993 06010201 Watts Bar Lakeestablished
43067 TNMonroeTellico Reservoir1993 06010204 Lower Little Tennesseeestablished
158278 TNMorganObed Wild and Scenic River1999 06010208 Emoryestablished
43065 TNRoaneMelton Hill Reservoir (Clinch River)1993 06010207 Lower Clinchestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/21/2023].

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