Lepomis microlophus
Lepomis microlophus
(Redear Sunfish)
Native Transplant

7 results for Lepomis microlophus (Redear Sunfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
546421 NECherryMissouri River1989 10210006 Upper North Loupestablished
37467 NEDodgeElkhorn River1974 10220003 Lower Elkhornestablished
546420 NEHoltHolt Creek, 10.5s Hwy 11 at Atkinson1995 10220001 Upper Elkhornestablished
37469 NELancasterWhite Oak Lake, Lancaster County1974 10200203 Saltestablished
37468 NEWashingtonElkhorn River1974 10220003 Lower Elkhornestablished
546423 NEWebsterMissouri River1993 10250016 Middle Republicanestablished
546422 NEWebsterMissouri River1993 10250016 Middle Republicanestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/9/2021].

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