Micropterus coosae
Micropterus coosae
(Redeye Bass (sensu lato))
Fishes
Native Transplant

9 results for Micropterus coosae (Redeye Bass (sensu lato))
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1703938 GAGreeneApalachee River, 6.5 air miles WSW of Greensboro1978 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703942 GAHallCandler creek, west of Gillsville1990 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703944 GAHallChandler Creek, north of Gillsville at the junction of Rts 323 and 521997 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703943 GAHallOconee River, 2 miles NW of Gillsville1947 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703946 GAJasperCedar Creek, about 5.5 miles ENE of Hillsboro1970 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703947 GAJonesCedar Creek, tributary to Big Cedar Creek, 5.5 air miles east of Round Oak, at Union Hill Road1972 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703972 GAPutnamHitchcock brook, southern trib to Murder Creek at 6.4 air miles NE of Jasper/Putnam/Jones county line1969 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703950 GAPutnamLittle River at mouth of Glady Creek, 2.9 air miles west of Eatonton1970 03070101 Upper Oconee 
1703951 GAPutnamSinclair Reservoir at GA Hwy 241955 03070101 Upper Oconee 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/19/2024].

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