Micropterus cataractae
Micropterus cataractae
(Shoal Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

12 results for Micropterus cataractae (Shoal Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1703215 FLCalhoun3 miles below Peacock Bridge on the Chipola River, Jackson County, Florida1956 03130012 Chipola 
1703214 FLCalhounChipola River below Ring Jaw Island1977 03130012 Chipola 
1703213 FLCalhounChipola River, 2 miles south-southwest of Sink Creek1977 03130012 Chipola 
1703212 FLCalhounChipola River, 2.7 miles from Altha, Florida1977 03130012 Chipola 
1703252 FLCalhounChipola River, 3 miles below Peacock Bridge, Altha, Florida1956 03130012 Chipola 
1703168 FLJackson1.5 miles downstream of bridge on State Route 278, 0.7 miles west of intersection with state route 71 in Jackson county, Chipola river1989 03130012 Chipola 
1703167 FLJackson1.5 miles downstream of bridge on State Route 278, 0.7 miles west of intersection with state route 71 in Jackson county, Chipola river1989 03130012 Chipola 
1703256 FLJacksonChipola River at Marianna, Florida1933 03130012 Chipola 
1703255 FLJacksonChipola River, 10 miles SSE of Marianna, FL1970 03130012 Chipola 
1703254 FLJacksonChipola River, 2 miles south of Peacock Bridge, Jackson, Florida1956 03130012 Chipola 
1703257 FLJacksonChipola River, 2 miles south of Peacock Bridge, Jackson, Florida1956 03130012 Chipola 
1703253 FLJacksonDry Creek, Jackson Florida1956 03130012 Chipola 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/25/2024].

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