Morone chrysops
Morone chrysops
(White Bass)
Native Transplant

20 results for Morone chrysops (White Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
268205 ND Red River drainage1996 9020000 Redestablished
37337 ND state non-specific1994  established
277814 NDBarnesLake Ashtabula1999 9020203 Middle Sheyenneestablished
860047 NDBarneslower Sheyenne River1995 9020204 Lower Sheyennestocked
613717 NDBarnesSheyenne River. Township - 138N; Range - 58W; Section - 15SW. Maps: 250k - Fargo; 24k - Fingal SW; 100k - Casselton. Downmark - ; Upmark - .2003 9020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
277816 NDCassSheyenne River1999 9020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
261780 NDDunnLake Sakakawea2004 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
261914 NDEmmonsLake Oahe2000 10130102 Upper Lake Oaheestablished
860048 NDGrand ForksRed River of the North1995 9020301 Sandhill-Wilsonstocked
277815 NDGrantLake Tschida1999 10130202 Upper Heartestablished
37298 NDMercerLake Sakakawea (created by Garrison Dam)1990 10110101 Lake Sakakaweaestablished
37356 NDRamseyDevils Lake1986 9020201 Devils Lakecollected
277811 NDRamseyDevils Lake1999 9020201 Devils Lakeestablished
613725 NDRansomSheyenne River. Township - 135N; Range - 54W; Section - 30NE. Maps: 250k - Fargo; 24k - Lisbon NE; 100k - Lisbon.2002 9020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
613726 NDRansomSheyenne River. Township - 135N; Range - 57W; Section - 12NW. Maps: 250k - Fargo; 24k - Fort Ransom; 100k - Casselton. Downmark - Ft. Ransom.2003 9020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
613718 NDRansomSheyenne River. Township:135N, Range:54W, Section: 20SW. Maps:250K-Fargo, 24K-Lisbon NE, 100K-Lisbon.2002 9020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
277812 NDRoletteGordon Lake1999 9010004 Willowestablished
277813 NDRoletteJarvis Lake1999 9010004 Willowestablished
277817 NDRoletteWheaton Lake1999 9010004 Willowestablished
860046 NDWellsupper Sheyenne River1995 9020202 Upper Sheyennestocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2018]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/13/2018].

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