Micropterus cataractae
Micropterus cataractae
(Shoal Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

7 results for Micropterus cataractae (Shoal Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1703338 GACobb0.8 miles east/downstream of Vinings at US Highway 41, Chattahoochee River, Fulton County, Georgia1979 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703650 GACobbChattahoochee River, 2.5 miles above the mouth of Peachtree Creek1977 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703339 GAFultonBig Creek, 0.9 air miles SE of Roswell at county road, Heard County, GA1978 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703651 GAHabershamChattahoochee River 1 mile south of GA 115, Habersham County1963 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703708 GALumpkinChestatee River, 0.2 air miles south of Dahlonega and Hwy 601972 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703706 GALumpkinChestatee River, 2.7 air miles East of Dahlonega1971 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 
1703705 GALumpkinChestatee River, ca 3 miles SSE of Dahlonega1970 03130001 Upper Chattahoochee 

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