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

10 results for Micropterus coosae (Redeye Bass (sensu lato))
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1401933 TN middle Tennessee-Chickamauga drainage1980 06020001 Middle Tennessee-Chickamaugaunknown
43056 TN Spring Creek, Roaring River, Flat Creek part of HUC 5301061952 05130106 Upper Cumberland-Cordell Hull Reservoirestablished
43058 TN upper part of Calfkiller River (Caney drainage)1993 05130108 Caneyestablished
43054 TN upper part of Emory drainage1993 06010208 Emoryestablished
43053 TN Hiwassee system1943 06020002 Hiwasseeestablished
43101 TNJacksonRoaring River1952 05130106 Upper Cumberland-Cordell Hull Reservoirestablished
158277 TNMorganObed Wild and Scenic River1999 06010208 Emoryestablished
165327 TNPolkSylco Creek, a trib of the Tennessee River1940 06020003 Ocoeeestablished
43057 TNPutnamupper part of Falling Water River1993 05130108 Caneyestablished
43059 TNRheaChickamauga Reservoir1993 06020001 Middle Tennessee-Chickamaugaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/27/2020].

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