Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
(Chinook Salmon)
Fishes
Native Transplant

24 results for Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Chinook Salmon)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
33196 ID Spokane (HUC6) non-specific1990 17010300 Spokaneestablished
754406 MEKennebecChina Lake near China in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754422 MEKennebecChina Lake near China in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754407 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754446 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754425 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754442 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754418 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754411 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754419 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754413 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake near Winthrop in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
35323 MEKennebecCobbosseecontee Lake, E of Winthrop1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverfailed
754421 MEKennebecGreat Pond near Belgrade in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754414 MEKennebecNarrows Pond (Lower) near Winthrop in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754417 MEKennebecWilson Pond south of Wayne in Kennebec County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754429 MEKennebecWilson Pond south of Wayne in Kennebec County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754444 MEPenobscotSebasticook Lake near Newport in Penobscot County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754432 MEPenobscotSebasticook Lake near Newport in Penobscot County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754433 MEPenobscotSebasticook Lake near Newport in Penobscot County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754412 MEPiscataquisSecond Roach Pond near T1 R12 Wels in Piscataquis County1938 01030001 Upper Kennebec Riverstocked
754408 MESomersetGreat Moose Lake north of Hartland in Somerset County1937 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754427 MESomersetGreat Moose Lake north of Hartland in Somerset County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754426 MESomersetLake George near Canaan in Somerset County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked
754441 MESomersetOaks Pond east of Skowhegan in Somerset County1938 01030003 Lower Kennebec Riverstocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/1/2022].

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