Micropterus punctulatus
Micropterus punctulatus
(Spotted Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

5 results for Micropterus punctulatus (Spotted Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
263995 SCAndersonBroad Mouth Creek, east of Belton2009 03050109 Saludaestablished
263989 SCAndersonRocky River, west of Saylors Crossing2009 03060103 Upper Savannahestablished
263998 SCGreenvilleEnoree River, northeast of Little Texas2009 03050108 Enoreeestablished
263986 SCOconeeLake Jocassee2009 03060101 Senecaestablished
263984 SCOconeeLake Keowee, west of Newry2009 03060101 Senecaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/21/2019].

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