Oncorhynchus nerka
Oncorhynchus nerka
(Sockeye Salmon)
Native Transplant

18 results for Oncorhynchus nerka (Sockeye Salmon)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
262149 NY Lake Ontario1950 04280002 Lake Ontariocollected
160045 NY Lake Ontario1985 04280002 Lake Ontariostocked
39511 NY Lake Ontario1985 04280002 Lake Ontarioestablished
268520 NY Lake Ontario1986 04280002 Lake Ontariostocked
268802 NY Susquehanna drainage1986 02050100 Upper Susquehannacollected
39510 NY Adirondack Park Lakes1985 02020001 Upper Hudsonestablished
39708 NYClintonLake Champlain1986 04300108 Lake Champlainstocked
39586 NYEssexClear Pond1980 02020001 Upper Hudsonstocked
39583 NYFranklinLake Colby1980 04300106 Saranac Riverstocked
39584 NYFranklinLittle Green Pond1980 04300106 Saranac Riverstocked
39589 NYHamiltonBug Lake1980 04140301 Blackstocked
39590 NYHamiltonMitchell Ponds1980 02020001 Upper Hudsonstocked
39588 NYHerkimerTwin Lakes1980 04140301 Blackstocked
1462094 NYOrangeHudson River at Danskammer Point1974 02020008 Hudson-Wappingerunknown
1462095 NYOrangeHudson River at Danskammer Point1986 02020008 Hudson-Wappingerunknown
39512 NYOrangeHudson River near Newburgh1985 02020008 Hudson-Wappingerstocked
39585 NYPutnamPine Pond1980 02030101 Lower Hudsonstocked
39591 NYRensselaerGlass Lake1980 02020006 Middle Hudsonstocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/30/2023].

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