Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Native Transplant

9 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
612444 NECherry1 mi. NE. Valentine, Site-284; T34N,R27W,Sec.29,SW1/4ofNW1/4; UTM 14T 374792E 4749667N; Upper Niobrara River2003 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
612446 NECherry1 mi. W. Valentine, Site-285; T34N,R28W,Sec.36,NW1/4ofNE1/4; UTM 14T 372290E 4748687N; Upper Niobrara River2004 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
612442 NECherry24 mi. S. Merriman on Hwy 61, Site-137; T30N,R37W,Sec.18,SE1/4ofSW1/4; UTM 14T 277669E 4717067N; Upper Niobrara River2003 10150005 Snakeestablished
612445 NECherry3 mi. SE. Valentine at Bryan bridge, Site-283; T33N,R27W,Sec.17,SE1/4ofNW1/4; UTM 14T 375203E 4743645N; Upper Niobrara River2003 10150004 Middle Niobraraestablished
612443 NECherry7.5 mi. S. of Merriman on Hwy 61, Site-138; T33N,R37W,Sec.28,NW1/4ofNW1/4; UTM 14T 279984E 4743542N; Upper Niobrara River2003 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
612819 NEHoltLouse Creek, NRE 48; T32N,R10W,Sec.36; Lower Niobrara River1994 10150007 Lower Niobraraestablished
612835 NESheridanHwy 27, 11 mi. S. Gordon, Site-280; T31N,R42W,Sec.26,SE1/4ofNE1/4; UTM 13T 728920E 4724509N; Upper Niobrara River2003 10150003 Upper Niobraraestablished
42722 SDToddAntelope Creek and pond (#84), trib. to Keya Paha River, at Indian School, Rosebud Indian Reservation1934 10150006 Keya Pahaestablished
746879 SDTrippSand Creek. Township:96n, Range:78w, Section:20;Maps:250k-Martin, 24k-Keyapaha SE, 100k-Mission.2000 10150006 Keya Pahaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/29/2023].

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