Sander canadensis x vitreus
Sander canadensis x vitreus
(Saugeye)
Fishes
Native Hybrid

9 results for Sander canadensis x vitreus (Saugeye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37351 ND state non-specific1975  stocked
37319 ND state non-specific1994  established
277874 NDDunnLittle Missouri River1999 10110205 Lower Little Missouriestablished
277872 NDGrantHeart River [below Lake Tschida dam]1999 10130203 Lower Heartestablished
37326 NDMercerLake Sakakawea (created by Garrison Dam)1984 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
277879 NDMortonSweet Briar Lake1999 10130203 Lower Heartestablished
277878 NDOliverMissouri River near Washburn1999 10130101 Painted Woods-Square Butteestablished
277870 NDRoletteDion Lake1999 9020315 Upper Pembina Riverestablished
277871 NDRoletteGravel Lake1999 9020315 Upper Pembina Riverestablished

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