Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

6 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
612924 NCBrunswick[?=Middle Swamp, tributary to] Lockwood Folly River, 1.25 miles [SSW] of Bolivia, [ca. 17.1 air miles SW center Wilmington], [see remarks]1961 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
612939 NCBrunswickLockwood Folly River [at] SR 1501 [Gilbert Road SE], [3.1] miles ENE Supply, [ca. 10.5 air miles ENE center Shallotte]1968 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
612925 NCBrunswickLockwood Folly River, [2.7] miles E Supply, [ca. 10.0 air miles ENE center Shallotte]1962 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
747153 NCBrunswickRiver Swamp, [ca. 3.8 air] miles S of Bolivia, [ca. 18.8 air miles SW center Wilmington]1961 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
612933 NCBrunswickRoyal Oak Swamp, at NC 211, 1.4 miles NW center Supply1992 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
612927 NCBrunswickUnnamed tributary to Lockwood Folly River, [ca. 1.6 air] miles NE Varnum Town, [ca. 12.5 air miles W center Southport]1961 3040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished

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