Salvelinus alpinus
Salvelinus alpinus
(Arctic Char)
Fishes
Native Transplant

35 results for Salvelinus alpinus (Arctic Char)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37872 Arctic CharNH state non-specific1878 01000000 New Englandstocked
37884 Arctic CharNH state non-specific1881 01000000 New Englandfailed
37883 Arctic CharNH state non-specific1936 01000000 New Englandfailed
37873 blueback trout, Sunapee troutNH state non-specific1878 01000000 New Englandfailed
282823 blueback trout, Sunapee troutNH state non-specific1896 01000000 New Englandfailed
37794 blueback trout, Sunapee troutNH state non-specific1973 01000000 New Englandfailed
643579 Arctic CharNHCarrollConner Pond in Carroll County, near Ossipee1953 01060002 Sacoestablished
643580 Arctic CharNHCarrollConner Pond in Carroll County, near Ossipee1955 01060002 Sacoestablished
643581 Arctic CharNHCarrollConner Pond in Carroll County, near Ossipee1967 01060002 Sacoestablished
37869 blueback trout, Sunapee troutNHCarrollConner Pond, Ossipee1973 01060002 Sacofailed
643582 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1939 01060002 Sacoestablished
643583 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1939 01060002 Sacoestablished
643584 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1946 01060002 Sacoestablished
643585 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1948 01060002 Sacoestablished
643586 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1950 01060002 Sacoestablished
643587 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1951 01060002 Sacoestablished
643588 Arctic CharNHCarrollDan Hole Pond, Big in Carroll County, near Tuftonboro/Ossipee1952 01060002 Sacoestablished
643589 Arctic CharNHCoosConnecticut Lake, Third in Coos County, near Pittsburg1950 01080101 Upper Connecticutestablished
643590 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Big in Grafton County, near Livermore1946 01060002 Sacoestablished
643591 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Big in Grafton County, near Livermore1946 01060002 Sacoestablished
643592 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Big in Grafton County, near Livermore1947 01060002 Sacoestablished
643593 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Big in Grafton County, near Livermore1953 01060002 Sacoestablished
643594 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Big in Grafton County, near Livermore1976 01060002 Sacoestablished
643595 Arctic CharNHGraftonSawyer Pond, Little in Grafton County, near Livermore1976 01060002 Sacoestablished
643578 Arctic CharNHGraftonTewksbury Pond in Grafton County, near Grafton1955 01070001 Pemigewassetestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/4/2020].

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