Sander vitreus
Sander vitreus
Native Transplant

12 results for Sander vitreus (Walleye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
38000 NJ Raritan River1952 02030105 Raritanestablished
37944 NJ Delaware River1890 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
37931 NJ Delaware River1905 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
37999 NJ Delaware River1952 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
37894 NJ state non-specific1905 02000000 Mid-Atlantic Regionestablished
38010 NJ state non-specific1992 02000000 Mid-Atlantic Regionestablished
1676032 NJMorris[No locality description provided]2019 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcong 
37903 NJMorrisLake Hopatcong1905 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongcollected
37997 NJMorrisMorris County1952 02030100 Lower Hudsonestablished
37902 NJPassaicGreenwood Lake1905 02030103 Hackensack-Passaiccollected
37998 NJPassaicPassaic County1952 02030103 Hackensack-Passaicestablished
1406539 NJSussexDelaware River, at W end Angle [?=Van Auken] Road, near W end Mettler Road, ca. 0.75 miles NW junction CR 521 [Old Mine Road] and CR 560 [Tuttles Corner Dingmans Road], [ca. 13.2 air miles NNW center Newton]2002 02040104 Middle Delaware-Mongaup-Brodheadestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/19/2024].

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