Sander canadensis × vitreus
Sander canadensis × vitreus
Native Hybrid

15 results for Sander canadensis × vitreus (Saugeye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
277941 SDBeadleLake Cavour2001 10160006 Middle Jamesestablished
277940 SDBennettLacreek National Wildlife Refuge2001 10140203 Little Whiteestablished
277945 SDBennettLittle White River Project Dam2001 10140203 Little Whiteestablished
277938 SDBrookingsLake Goldsmith2001 10170202 Middle Big Siouxestablished
277937 SDBrownElm Lake2001 10160004 Elmestablished
277950 SDBrownRichmond Lake, 12.8 km NW Aberdeen, an impoundment on Foot Creek (site #36)2001 10160003 Upper Jamesestablished
277944 SDBuffaloLake Sharpe2001 10140101 Fort Randall Reservoirestablished
277949 SDButteNewell Lake2001 10120202 Lower Belle Fourcheestablished
277947 SDClayMissouri River near Vermillion2001 10170101 Lewis and Clark Lakeestablished
277939 SDCorsonGrand River2001 10130303 Grandestablished
277948 SDDeweyMoreau River2001 10130306 Lower Moreauestablished
277946 SDEdmundsMina Lake (Lake Parmley)2001 10160008 Snakeestablished
277943 SDHughesLake Oahe2001 10130105 Lower Lake Oaheestablished
277942 SDLakeLake Herman, west of Madison2001 10170203 Lower Big Siouxestablished
277936 SDZiebachCheyenne River near Cherry Creek2001 10120112 Lower Cheyenneestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/5/2021].

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