Thymallus arcticus
Thymallus arcticus
(Arctic Grayling)
Native Transplant

15 results for Thymallus arcticus (Arctic Grayling)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
47014 WY area between the North Platte and the Laramie River just north of the Colorado border1980 10180002 Upper North Plattestocked
47048 WY Big Horn mountain range1994 10090101 Upper Tongueestablished
47049 WY Medicine Bow River1994 10180004 Medicine Bowestablished
47013 WY near Bighorn National Forest1980 10080010 Big Horn Lakecollected
47176 WY Powder-Tongue drainage1994 10090205 Crazy Womanestablished
47047 WY Wind River1994 10080001 Upper Windestablished
47236 WY state non-specific1937  failed
47110 WY state non-specific1994  collected
47173 WYFremontFrye Lake2001 10080003 Popo Agiecollected
47169 WYJohnsonWillow Lake in the Big Horn Mountains1970 10090206 Clearestablished
47172 WYParkBeartooth Lake2001 10070006 Clarks Fork Yellowstonecollected
47171 WYSheridanBabione Creek2001 10090101 Upper Tonguecollected
47170 WYSubletteMeadow Lake near Pinedale1970 14040102 New Forkestablished
47011 WYSweetwaterBig Sandy Reservoir1980 14040104 Big Sandycollected
47010 WYTetonJackson Lake1980 17040101 Snake Headwaterscollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/25/2024].

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