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
1402959   Upper Cumberland (HUC8) non-specific1993 05130101 Upper Cumberlandestablished
612191 GAMeriwetherCane Creek at GA Hwy. W85, N Warm Springs, section 2.1993 03130005 Upper Flintestablished
1446316 NCCherokeeValley River, RM 4.3 (NCWRC Site # 930701.1tva)1993 06020002 Hiwasseeestablished
1402960 TN Conasauga drainage1993 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
46750 WV Kanawha above falls1993 05050002 Middle Newestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/24/2020].

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