Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Native Transplant

6 results for Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
612741 SCAikenShaws Creek at Route 206 [New Bridge Road] bridge, 4.8 air miles NE center Aiken1994 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished
612740 SCAikenSouth Fork Edisto River at US-1 [ca. 12.0 air miles NNE of center of Aiken]2002 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished
612747 SCBarnwellSheepford Branch Creek [Windy Hill Creek] at Route 38, 5.2 air miles NE Blackville1994 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished
612780 SCOrangeburgRocky Swamp at Route 332, 4.4 air miles ESE Springfield1994 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished
612779 SCOrangeburgRocky Swamp at Route 332, 4.4 air miles ESE Springfield1994 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished
612744 SCOrangeburgSouth Fork Edisto River at Rt. 301-601 (Bamberg County shore), 3.0 air miles NNE center Bamberg1985 3050204 South Fork Edistoestablished

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