Sander vitreus
Sander vitreus
Native Transplant

16 results for Sander vitreus (Walleye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1406569 KSChaseCedar Creek1969 11070202 Upper Cottonwoodestablished
34245 KSCoffeyJohn Redmond Reservoir on the main stem of Neosho River1967 11070201 Neosho Headwatersestablished
1406566 KSCoffeyTurkey Creek, approx. 8 mi. SE of Burlington1996 11070204 Upper Neoshoestablished
1406571 KSLyonNeosho River1965 11070201 Neosho Headwatersestablished
1406568 KSMarionDoyle Creek1971 11070202 Upper Cottonwoodestablished
34244 KSMorrisCouncil Grove City Lake [just NW of Council Grove]1967 11070201 Neosho Headwatersestablished
34232 KSNeoshoNeosho River1885 11070205 Middle Neoshounknown
1406570 KSWoodsonNeosho River at Neosho Falls1967 11070204 Upper Neoshoestablished
1406567 KSWoodsonNeosho River, at Neosho Falls1996 11070204 Upper Neoshoestablished
40265 OK Fort Gibson Lake1973 11070209 Lower Neoshostocked
1406561 OKDelawareAt Hickory Creek1953 11070206 Lake O' The Cherokeesestablished
613984 OKDelawareAt Hickory Creek1953 11070206 Lake O' The Cherokeesstocked
40203 OKDelawareLake Eucha1976 11070209 Lower Neoshostocked
40205 OKDelawareLake Spavinaw1976 11070209 Lower Neoshostocked
163061 OKDelawareNeosho River in Grand Lake (=Grand Lake o' the Cherokees)1956 11070206 Lake O' The Cherokeesstocked
40266 OKMayesLake Hudson [near Strang], first reservoir below Grand Lake.1973 11070209 Lower Neoshostocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/27/2023].

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