Ambloplites rupestris
Ambloplites rupestris
(Rock Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Ambloplites rupestris (Rock Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
547478 MOPulaskiBig Piney River at MO Hwy. K bridge, Ross bridge, 2.8 mi. NW of Duke.1973 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
543337 MOPulaskiBig Piney River southeast of Big Piney1998 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547616 MOTexasBig Piney River at Hwy. 63 bridge 1.3 mi. E of Cabool (jct. Hwys. 60 & 63).1969 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547814 MOTexasBig Piney River at Paddy Creek confluence, 1.1 mi. SE of Hwy. H, 6.2 mi. E of Hwy. 17.1980 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547855 MOTexasBig Piney River at Slabtown (T33N R10W S15)1980 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
543339 MOTexasBig Piney River near Clara1998 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547823 MOTexasBig Piney River on county Rd., 0.5 mi. W Slabtown1977 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547837 MOTexasBig Piney River, Slabtown Spring to Prewitt Spring1963 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547816 MOTexasHog Creek, MO-63 crossing S of Houston1967 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547833 MOTexasHog Creek, MO-63 crossing S of Houston1967 10290202 Big Pineyestablished
547722 MOTexasPotters Creek, Potter Creek above Rt. 63; 2 mi NE of Cabool1979 10290202 Big Pineyestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/27/2022].

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