Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

9 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
41452 ORUnionCatherine Creek Slough, east of LaGrande to Elgin2001 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297567 ORUnionCatherine Creek Slough, east of LaGrande to Elgin2009 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297575 ORUnionCatherine Creek Slough, east of LaGrande to Elgin2013 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
41453 ORUnionGrande Ronde River, near Elgin2001 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297582 ORUnionGrande Ronde River, near Elgin2009 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297588 ORUnionGrande Ronde River, near Elgin2013 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
41457 ORUnionGrays Slough, lower Cover Road, 3 mile east of Conley2001 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297596 ORUnionGrays Slough, lower Cover Road, 3 mile east of Conley2009 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished
297600 ORUnionGrays Slough, lower Cover Road, 3 mile east of Conley2013 17060104 Upper Grande Rondeestablished

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