Sander vitreus
Sander vitreus
Native Transplant

20 results for Sander vitreus (Walleye)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
44237 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1975 12050006 Whiteestablished
1472684 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1975 12050006 Whitestocked
1472377 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1976 12050006 Whitestocked
44092 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1979 12050006 Whitecollected
1472520 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1979 12050006 Whitestocked
43491 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1980 12050006 Whitecollected
1472637 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1980 12050006 Whitestocked
1472685 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1983 12050006 Whitestocked
43597 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1983 12050006 Whiteestablished
1472378 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1988 12050006 Whitestocked
1472521 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1989 12050006 Whitestocked
1472638 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1990 12050006 Whitestocked
1472686 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1991 12050006 Whitestocked
1472379 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1994 12050006 Whitestocked
271837 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir1995 12050006 Whiteestablished
1472522 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir2000 12050006 Whitestocked
1472639 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir2005 12050006 Whitestocked
1472687 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir2007 12050006 Whitestocked
1472380 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir2010 12050006 Whitestocked
1472523 TXCrosbyWhite River Reservoir2012 12050006 Whitestocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/8/2023].

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