Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

10 Results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
296085 ORCoosCoquille River, the tidal portion from Riverton upstream to Myrtle Point.2009 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296088 ORCoosCoquille River, the tidal portion from Riverton upstream to Myrtle Point.2013 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296110 ORCoosJohnson Mill Pond, in Johnson2009 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296111 ORCoosJohnson Mill Pond, in Johnson2013 17100305 Coquilleestablished
40975 ORCoosPowers Pond, at Powers2001 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296119 ORCoosPowers Pond, at Powers2009 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296121 ORCoosPowers Pond, at Powers2013 17100305 Coquilleestablished
41571 ORCoosRock Creek Pond, 3 miles east of Remote on highway 42.2001 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296123 ORCoosRock Creek Pond, 3 miles east of Remote on highway 42.2009 17100305 Coquilleestablished
296126 ORCoosRock Creek Pond, 3 miles east of Remote on highway 42.2013 17100305 Coquilleestablished

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