Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
(Black Crappie)
Native Transplant

604 results for Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Black Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
36802 MT Battle drainage1990 10050008 Battleestablished
36840 MT Beaver drainage1990 10050014 Beaverestablished
36438 MT Big Muddy1990 10060006 Big Muddyestablished
36835 MT Cottonwood drainage1990 10050010 Cottonwoodestablished
36845 MT Jefferson drainage, near Three Forks1990 10020005 Jeffersonestablished
36484 MT Lodge drainage1990 10050007 Lodgeestablished
36367 MT lower Big Horn1990 10080015 Lower Bighornestablished
36838 MT lower Milk1990 10050012 Lower Milkestablished
36842 MT middle Musselshell1990 10040202 Middle Musselshellestablished
36445 MT Missouri basin, most of eastern half1990 10040104 Fort Peck Reservoirestablished
36532 MT Missouri headwaters1990 10020000 Missouri Headwatersestablished
36526 MT Musselshell drainage1990 10040200 Musselshellestablished
36806 MT Peoples drainage1990 10050009 Peoplesestablished
36841 MT Porcupine drainage1990 10050016 Porcupineestablished
36528 MT Prairie Elk-Wolf drainage1990 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
36378 MT Redwater drainage1990 10060002 Redwaterestablished
36385 MT Rock drainage1990 10050015 Rockestablished
36725 MT Tongue River1990 10090101 Upper Tongueestablished
36673 MT West Fork Poplar1990 10060003 Poplarestablished
36837 MT Whitewater drainage1990 10050011 Whitewaterestablished
36520 MT Yellowstone drainage, upper1990 10070000 Upper Yellowstoneestablished
36441 MT Yellowstone River from ND state line to Bighorn River1990 10100001 Lower Yellowstone-Sundayestablished
36514 MT Yellowstone-Lake basin, upper (Big Lake?)1990 10070004 Upper Yellowstone-Lake Basinestablished
36442 MT Big Horn River drainage1990 10080000 Big Hornestablished
1322303 MT Lower Yellowstone River2010 10100001 Lower Yellowstone-Sundayestablished

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