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
30743 COEagleEagle River at Berry Station1900 14010003 Eaglefailed
30742 COEagleFrying Pan River at Ruedi1900 14010004 Roaring Forkfailed
30740 COParkSouth Platte River at Florissant1900 10190001 South Platte Headwatersfailed
30741 COParkSouth Platte River at Webster1900 10190002 Upper South Plattefailed
33123 IAAllamakeeVillage Creek at Lansing1900 07060001 Coon-Yellowfailed
33122 IADelawareMaquoketa River at Forestville1900 07060006 Maquoketafailed
33121 IADelawareSpring Branch at Manchester1900 07060006 Maquoketafailed
33547 ID East Fork of Big Wood River at Hailey1900 17040219 Big Woodfailed
280079 ID Salmon River1900 17060200 Salmonunknown
280081 ID Upper Bear (HUC6) non-specific1900 16010100 Upper Bearunknown
280080 ID Upper Snake River drainage1900 17040200 Upper Snakeunknown
40751 ORUmatillaMcKay and Pearson Creeks at Pendleton1900 17070103 Umatillafailed
45660 VT state non-specific1900  failed
45682 VTOrleansCaspian Lake at Greesboro1900 04300105 Lamoille Riverfailed
46575 WIDouglasBrule River at Winneboujou1900 04010301 Beartrap-Nemadjifailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/28/2022].

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