Sander vitreus
Sander vitreus
Native Transplant

13 Results for Sander vitreus (Walleye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
261871 NDBurleighMissouri River, Wilton boat ramp1994 10130101 Painted Woods-Square Butteestablished
261870 NDBurleighMissouri River, Wilton boat ramp2000 10130101 Painted Woods-Square Butteestablished
261867 NDBurleighNew Johns Lake1994 10130101 Painted Woods-Square Butteestablished
261785 NDDunnLake Sakakawea1994 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261786 NDDunnLake Sakakawea2002 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261791 NDMcLeanLake Audubon2004 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261768 NDMountrailWhite Earth Dam2004 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261807 NDMountrailWhite Earth River1999 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261817 NDMountrailWhite Earth River, below hwy 18042003 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261814 NDMountrailWhite Earth River, below White Earth2003 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261869 NDSheridanHeckers Lake1994 10130101 Painted Woods-Square Butteestablished
261772 NDWardHiddenwood Lake2005 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261767 NDWilliamsEpping Springbrook Dam2004 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2018]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/22/2018].

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