Lepomis auritus
Lepomis auritus
(Redbreast Sunfish)
Native Transplant

11 results for Lepomis auritus (Redbreast Sunfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
26357 AL Coosa drainage, upper1996 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
1673918 ALCherokeeCherokee County, AL, USA2020 03150105 Upper Coosa 
1673919 ALCherokeeCherokee County, AL, USA2020 03150105 Upper Coosa 
548016 ALCleburneTerrapin Creek at Hwy. 55.1989 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548010 ALDeKalbLittle River 8.5 mi. E of Ft. Payne, Hwy. 35.1964 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
32296 GA upper Coosa drainage1996 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548069 GAChattoogaTrib. to Chattooga River at Lyerly, Hwy. 114.1962 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548065 GAFloydLake Creek (trib. to Cedar Creek) East of Cave Springs; ust. of Chubb Rd., off Jim Shack Rd., by Chubb Church.1993 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548077 GAWalkerDuck Creek, 6.8 mi. SW of Lafayette off Hwy. 337; 0.2 mi. E of Bronco.1966 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548068 GAWalkerDuck Creek, trib. to Chattooga River 1.3 mi. NE of Center Post, Hwy. 337.1966 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished
548075 GAWalkerTrib. to Chattooga River 10.5 mi. N of Menlo, Hwy. 337.1964 03150105 Upper Coosaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/29/2023].

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