Micropterus dolomieu
Micropterus dolomieu
(Smallmouth Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

14 results for Micropterus dolomieu (Smallmouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1670961 MEKnoxWashington, ME 04574, USA2015 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotunknown
753477 MELincolnClary Lake (Pleasant Pond) west of Jefferson in Lincoln County1964 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotstocked
753486 MELincolnClary Lake (Pleasant Pond) west of Jefferson in Lincoln County1970 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotstocked
1675454 MELincolnCottage Rd, Nobleboro, ME, US2020 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotunknown
876111 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake at sampling station F15G1993 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotestablished
876119 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake at sampling station F18G1993 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotestablished
876236 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake at sampling station F19G1993 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotestablished
876446 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake at sampling station F19M1993 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotestablished
611959 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake, Nobleboro, Jefferson, etc.1993 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotestablished
1675482 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake, Nobleboro, ME, US2020 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotunknown
1675484 MELincolnDamariscotta Lake, Nobleboro, ME, US2020 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotunknown
1675487 MELincolnPilot Cir, Nobleboro, ME, US2020 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotunknown
753435 MELincolnWebber Pond near Bremen in Lincoln County1956 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotstocked
753461 MEWaldoQuantabacook Lake near Searsmont in Waldo County1950 01050003 St. George-Sheepscotstocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/14/2022].

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