Morone americana
Morone americana
(White Perch)
Native Transplant

13 results for Morone americana (White Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
160032 IAFremontBartlett Barrow Pit (state area) located in NW Fremont County near the Bartlett exit on Interstate I-292004 10240001 Keg-Weeping Watercollected
546580 IAMillsMissouri River, rm 587.51996 10240001 Keg-Weeping Waterestablished
613554 KSBrownWalnut Creek2003 10240008 Big Nemahaestablished
34107 KSDoniphanBrowning Lake (an oxbow on the Missouri River (~R.M. 450) at Elwood, KS1995 10240011 Independence-Sugarcollected
34108 KSDoniphanBrowning Lake (an oxbow on the Missouri River (~R.M. 450) at Elwood, KS1996 10240011 Independence-Sugarcollected
36134 MO Missouri River at western edge of state1997 10240011 Independence-Sugarestablished
613557 MOBuchananBrowning Oxbow near Wathena1996 10240011 Independence-Sugarestablished
36132 MOBuchananLake Contrary1997 10240011 Independence-Sugarestablished
36133 MOHoltBig Lake1997 10240005 Tarkio-Wolfestablished
1702592 NECassWaconda Lake near Union1974 10240001 Keg-Weeping Water 
37432 NENemahaMissouri River1974 10240005 Tarkio-Wolfestablished
1702588 NENemahaMissouri River near Brownville1973 10240005 Tarkio-Wolf 
1702589 NENemahaMissouri River near Brownville1974 10240005 Tarkio-Wolf 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2024].

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