Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
(Chinook Salmon)
Native Transplant

20 results for Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Chinook Salmon)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
40014 OH Great Miami River1875 05080002 Lower Great Miami, Indiana, Ohiocollected
40015 OH Great Miami River1876 05080002 Lower Great Miami, Indiana, Ohiofailed
40028 OH Lake Erie1933 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
39764 OH Lake Erie1981 04260000 Lake Eriestocked
268528 OH Lake Erie1986 04260000 Lake Erieestablished
40021 OH Muskingum River1877 05040004 Muskingumfailed
40023 OH Tuscarawas River1877 05040001 Tuscarawasfailed
40022 OH Whetstone (Olentangy) River (meets Scioto in Columbus)1877 05060001 Upper Sciotofailed
40072 OH state non-specific1882  collected
40020 OHCoshoctonCoshocton River1877 05040003 Walhondingfailed
1634224 OHCuyahoga[No locality description provided]1991 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
40024 OHErieCastalia Spring (Cold Creek)1877 04100011 Sanduskyfailed
40026 OHErie/HuronHuron River1877 04100012 Huron-Vermilionfailed
1634225 OHLake[No locality description provided]1992 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
1634226 OHLake[No locality description provided]1992 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
1634227 OHLucas[No locality description provided]2003 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
40025 OHLucasMaumee (River) Rapids1877 04100009 Lower Maumeefailed
40018 OHLucasMaumee River, 19.2 km above Toledo1877 04100009 Lower Maumeefailed
40027 OHOttawaLake Erie at Put-In-Bay, South Bass Island1877 04260000 Lake Eriefailed
40019 OHOttawaPortage River at Elmore1877 04100010 Cedar-Portagefailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/10/2023].

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