Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
(Black Crappie)
Fishes
Native Transplant

21 results for Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Black Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
40852 ORClatsopBlind Slough, north of Knappa junction or Brownsmead junction off hwy 30.2001 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
274031 ORClatsopBlind Slough, north of Knappa junction or Brownsmead junction off hwy 30.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295769 ORClatsopBlind Slough, north of Knappa junction or Brownsmead junction off hwy 30.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295770 ORClatsopBlind Slough, north of Knappa junction or Brownsmead junction off hwy 30.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295775 ORClatsopBlind Slough, north of Knappa junction or Brownsmead junction off hwy 30.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
40856 ORClatsopCemetary Lake, south of Warrenton at the Astoria Cemetary.2001 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
274032 ORClatsopCemetary Lake, south of Warrenton at the Astoria Cemetary.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295779 ORClatsopCemetary Lake, south of Warrenton at the Astoria Cemetary.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295784 ORClatsopCemetary Lake, south of Warrenton at the Astoria Cemetary.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
274033 ORClatsopCullaby Lake2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
40868 ORClatsopCullaby Lake, 4 miles north of Gearhart and east of hwy 101.2001 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295803 ORClatsopCullaby Lake, 4 miles north of Gearhart and east of hwy 101.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295808 ORClatsopCullaby Lake, 4 miles north of Gearhart and east of hwy 101.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
40891 ORClatsopSmith Lake, 2 miles south of Warrenton and west of hwy 101.2001 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295865 ORClatsopSmith Lake, 2 miles south of Warrenton and west of hwy 101.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
274035 ORClatsopSmith Lake, 2 miles south of Warrenton and west of hwy 101.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295870 ORClatsopSmith Lake, 2 miles south of Warrenton and west of hwy 101.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
40905 ORClatsopWild Ace Lake, 1 mile southwest of Warrenton off Ridge Road.2001 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
274037 ORClatsopWild Ace Lake, 1 mile southwest of Warrenton off Ridge Road.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295894 ORClatsopWild Ace Lake, 1 mile southwest of Warrenton off Ridge Road.2009 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295898 ORClatsopWild Ace Lake, 1 mile southwest of Warrenton off Ridge Road.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/19/2019].

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