Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Native Transplant

338 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
268744 Largemouth BassMA Merrimack River drainage1986 1070002 Merrimackestablished
164949 Largemouth BassMA state non-specific1860 1000000 New England Regionestablished
163289 Largemouth BassMA state non-specific1956 1000000 New England Regionestablished
34947 Largemouth BassMA state non-specific1992 1000000 New England Regionestablished
157918 Largemouth BassMABarnstableCape Cod National Seashore1999 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294566 Largemouth BassMABarnstableCoonamessett Pond1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294612 Largemouth BassMABarnstableHinckleys Pond1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294625 Largemouth BassMABarnstableJohns Pond1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294655 Largemouth BassMABarnstableLawrence Pond1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294669 Largemouth BassMABarnstableMashpee-Wakeby Ponds1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294674 Largemouth BassMABarnstableMiddle Pond1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
294680 Largemouth BassMABarnstableMystic Lake1998 1090002 Cape Codestablished
612322 Largemouth BassMABerkshireBenton Pond, Otis1996 1080207 Farmingtonestablished
294534 Largemouth BassMABerkshireBig Pond1998 1080207 Farmingtonestablished
294541 Largemouth BassMABerkshireBuckley Dunton Lake1998 1080206 Westfieldestablished
294555 Largemouth BassMABerkshireCheshire Reservoir1998 2020003 Hudson-Hoosicestablished
294591 Largemouth BassMABerkshireGoose Pond1998 1100005 Housatonicestablished
612325 Largemouth BassMABerkshireGreat Barrington; Green River from Rt.7 bridge, downstream to mouth at Housatonic River.1979 1100005 Housatonicestablished
612333 Largemouth BassMABerkshireHoosatonic River, Great Barrington.1985 1100005 Housatonicestablished
612329 Largemouth BassMABerkshireHoosic River, Williamstown off Rt. 2 adjacent sewage treatment plant.1988 2020003 Hudson-Hoosicestablished
294519 Largemouth BassMABerkshireLake Ashmere near Hinsdale1998 1100005 Housatonicestablished
294633 Largemouth BassMABerkshireLake Buel1998 1100005 Housatonicestablished
294652 Largemouth BassMABerkshireLaurel Lake, Lee1998 1100005 Housatonicestablished
612315 Largemouth BassMABerkshireLily Pond Brook inlet to Stockbridge Bowl (lake), along E side of Hawthorne/Mahkeenac Lake Road, 8.4 air miles SSW of Pittsfield2008 1100005 Housatonicestablished
875333 Largemouth BassMABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F3G1992 1080207 Farmingtonestablished

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