Salmo letnica
Salmo letnica
(Ohrid trout)

7 results for Salmo letnica (Ohrid trout)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
267987 WY North Platte (HUC6) non-specific1994 10180000 North Platteunknown
274206 WYNatronaAlcova Reservoir1984 10180007 Middle North Platte-Casperunknown
47245 WYNatronaCasper area lakes1965 10180007 Middle North Platte-Casperfailed
860764 WYNatronaGoldeneye Lake near Casper1974 10180007 Middle North Platte-Casperfailed
47167 WYNatronaNorth Platte River, Natrona County1986 10180007 Middle North Platte-Casperfailed
860762 WYNatronaPathfinder Reservoir1974 10180003 Pathfinder-Seminoe Reservoirsestablished
274205 WYNatronaPathfinder Reservoir2011 10180003 Pathfinder-Seminoe Reservoirsunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/16/2021].

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