Petromyzon marinus
Petromyzon marinus
(Sea Lamprey)
Native Transplant

12 results for Petromyzon marinus (Sea Lamprey)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
255982 MIHoughtonLake Superior at mouth of Elm River, SW of Houghton, MI1959 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
255984 MIHoughtonMcCallum Creek, entering Torch Lake, NE of Houghton, MI1963 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
255990 MIHoughtonMouth of Trap Rock River, Lake Linden, MI, SE of Calumet1977 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
255989 MIHoughtonPortage Lake at mouth of Sturgeon River, SE of Houghton, MI1958 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
255981 MIHoughtonPortage Ship Canal at Boston-Lily Creek, north of Houghton/Hancock, MI1961 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
1710591 MIHoughtonTraverse River, 1 mile upstream1955 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsula 
255998 MIKeweenawLake Superior at mouth of Gratiot River, north of Calumet, MI1960 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
1710592 MIKeweenawLittle Gratiot River1955 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsula 
1710595 MIOntonagonFiresteel River, 2 miles from mouth1955 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsula 
256133 MIOntonagonLake Superior at East Sleeping River, NE of Ontonagon, MI1959 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
256134 MIOntonagonLake Superior at Firesteel River, NE of Ontonagon, MI1957 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsulaestablished
1710594 MIOntonagonMisery River, 2 miles from the mouth1955 04020103 Keweenaw Peninsula 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/20/2023].

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