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

7 results for Micropterus coosae (Redeye Bass (sensu lato))
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29215 CANevadaDry Creek1963 16050102 Truckeecollected
29216 CARiversideSanta Ana River1963 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
29212 CASacramentoAlder Creek, tributary of Sacramento S of Folsom Lake1963 18020111 Lower Americanestablished
29218 CASan DiegoSanta Margarita River1963 18070302 Santa Margaritafailed
29217 CASanta BarbaraSisquoc River1963 18060008 Santa Mariaestablished
29214 CATuolumneStanislaus River1963 18040010 Upper Stanislausestablished
42357 PRJayuyaRio Jayuya upstream from the town of Jayuya1963 21010002 Cibuco-Guajatacaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/7/2020].

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