Ambloplites cavifrons
Ambloplites cavifrons
(Roanoke Bass)
Native Transplant

14 results for Ambloplites cavifrons (Roanoke Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
45399 VABotetourtCatawba Creek of Upper James1877 02080201 Upper Jamesfailed
1404950 VAFranklinBlackwater River at Blaine just E Route 220, 3 air mi. NNE Rocky Mount.1963 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404952 VAFranklinBlackwater River at Hwy. 220 bridge 2.8 mi. N of Rocky Mount.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404944 VAFranklinBlackwater River at Hwy. 737 bridge 2.5 mi. ENE of Callaway.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404947 VAFranklinBlackwater River at jct. County Roads 643 & 737, 2.5 air mi. ENE Gallaway.1972 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404946 VAFranklinPigg River at Hwy. 40 bridge, 2.5 mi. SW of Rocky Mount.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404951 VAFranklinPigg River at Hwy. 40 bridge, 2.5 mi. SW of Rocky Mount.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404945 VAFranklinPigg River at Route 713 bridge, 2.1 mi. ESE Rocky Mount.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404949 VAFranklinPigg River at Route 756 bridge, 4.8 mi. air mi. SW Rocky Mount.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
1404943 VAFranklinSouth Fork Blackwater River at Hwy. 641 bridge, 1.7 mi. NE Callaway.1971 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
45401 VAHenricoJames River, south side, near Richmond1877 02080206 Lower Jamesfailed
45400 VAHenricosouth side of James River at Manchester in Richmond1883 02080205 Middle James-Willisfailed
1404948 VAPittsylvaniaPigg River 8 air mi. NNW Callands just below Route 626 bridge, along Route 949.1970 03010101 Upper Roanokefailed
45402 VARadfordNew River at Radford1879 05050001 Upper Newfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/29/2024].

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