Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Native Transplant

14 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
612322 MABerkshireBenton Pond, Otis1996 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
294534 MABerkshireBig Pond1998 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
875333 MABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F3G1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
875518 MABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F4G1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
875228 MABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F5B1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
875374 MABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F5G1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
875236 MABerkshireMirror Lake at sampling station F7X1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612320 MABerkshireMirror Lake, Landisfield. West Branch Farmington River system, Connecticut drainage.1992 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612330 MABerkshireOtis, West Branch of the Farmington R. just below Hayden Pond on Jones Road.1979 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612316 MABerkshireWest Branch Farmington River below Ed Jones Road and Hayden Pond, North Otis community, 13.1 air miles ENE Great Barrington2008 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612334 MABerkshireWest Branch: Farmington River @ State HWY 8 (TJN07-84)2007 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612335 MABerkshireWest Branch: Farmington River @ State HWY 8 (TJN07-84)2007 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
612332 MABerkshireYork Pond, New Marlboro (South Sandisfield)1996 01080207 Farmington Riverestablished
1678057 MAHampden[No locality description provided]2018 01080207 Farmington River 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/27/2024].

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