Ambloplites rupestris
Ambloplites rupestris
(Rock Bass)
Native Transplant

13 results for Ambloplites rupestris (Rock Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
547621 MOCarterCurrent River (trib. to Black River) at US Hwy. 60 bridge in Van Buren.1968 11010008 Currentestablished
543446 MODentCurrent River near Montauk1998 11010008 Currentestablished
547818 MORipleyCurrent River at Doniphan1962 11010008 Currentestablished
547811 MORipleyCurrent River at Doniphan1964 11010008 Currentestablished
547406 MORipleyHurricane Creek, 5.75 mi. SW Doniphan1964 11010008 Currentestablished
547780 MORipleyLittle Black River at end of Rt. M; 2.5 mi N of Rt 160; T24N R4E S291978 11010008 Currentestablished
543564 MORipleyLittle Black River north of Flatwoods1998 11010008 Currentestablished
547756 MORipleyLittle Black River on Rte. K; 11.5 mi NE of Doniphan; T24N R3E S91978 11010008 Currentestablished
547841 MOShannonCurrent River, 5.75 mi. NE Eminence1964 11010008 Currentestablished
543533 MOShannonJacks Fork River west of Eminence1998 11010008 Currentestablished
547810 MOShannonMahan Creek, W edge Eminence on Mo. Rt. 1061963 11010008 Currentestablished
547647 MOTexasBig Creek at Route 17, 2 mi. W. Eunice1999 11010008 Currentestablished
547839 MOTexasN Prong Jack's Fork River at Mo. Rt. 171960 11010008 Currentestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/26/2023].

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