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
746791 NCCarteret[Deep Creek], SR 1154 [Mill Creek Road] bridge, [ca. 1.1 air] miles [ESE center] of Newport, [see remarks]1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
612957 NCCarteret[Northwest Prong, tributary to] Newport River, SSR 1124 [Nine Foot Road] bridge and downstream, [ca. 11.7 air miles WNW center Morehead City]1970 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
747075 NCCarteretBlack Creek, SR 1154 [Mill Creek Road] bridge, [ca. 3.4 air] miles E [center] of Newport1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
747195 NCCarteretHadnot Creek, SR 1104 [Old Church Road] bridge, [ca.] 4.0 miles E Stella, [ca. 19.8 air miles E center Jacksonville]1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
612958 NCCarteretHunters Creek, below NC 58, 0.5 air miles NNW Kuhns1983 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
746827 NCCarteretNewport River, end of SR 1152 [Old Airport Road/Munden Farm Road], [ca. 2.9 air] miles [SE center] of Newport1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
746829 NCCarteretPettiford Creek, 3.0 miles upstream from NC 58 bridge, [ca. 6.3 air miles NE center Swansboro]1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
746828 NCOnslowWhite Oak River, 1.0 miles N of SR 1100 [Stella Road] bridge, at Stella, [ca. 6.9 air miles NNW center Swansboro]1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished
747196 NCOnslowWhite Oak River, at Haywood Landing Wildlife access area, Croatan National Forest, [ca. 6.4 air] miles [SSE center] of Maysville, [ca. 14.6 air miles ENE center Jacksonville]1964 03020301 White Oak Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/14/2024].

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