Petromyzon marinus
Petromyzon marinus
(Sea Lamprey)
Native Transplant

11 results for Petromyzon marinus (Sea Lamprey)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
33828 IN Lake Michigan1985 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
613991 INElkhartElkhart Rr., Elkhart Rr dst Ooxbow Pk boatramp MBI # ER-05-022005 04050001 St. Josephestablished
33865 INFultonLake Maxinkuckee outlet, where the stream enters the Tippecanoe River, 5 miles south of Culver1950 05120106 Tippecanoeestablished
1555693 INLake[No locality description provided]2013 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
1560805 INLake[No locality description provided]2014 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
33861 INLaPorteTrail Creek, Michigan City1949 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
34067 INLaPorteTrail Creek, Michigan City1950 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
34068 INLaPorteTrail Creek, Michigan City1951 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
33862 INPorterDunes Park Creek, 6 miles west of Michigan City1952 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
158215 INPorterIndiana Dunes National Lakeshore1999 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
33866 INPorterLittle Calumet River (connected to Lake Michigan by Burns ditch)1952 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/1/2023].

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