Morone mississippiensis
Morone mississippiensis
(Yellow Bass)
Native Transplant

15 results for Morone mississippiensis (Yellow Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
27923 AZ Salt River1967 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
167091 AZMaricopaApache Lake2001 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
302608 AZMaricopaArizona Canal above barrier1995 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
167133 AZMaricopaCanyon Lake2001 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
167481 AZMaricopaSaguaro Lake2001 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
28028 AZMaricopaSaguaro Lake on the Salt River1967 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
167488 AZMaricopaSalt River below Saguaro Lake2001 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
300060 AZMaricopaSalt River between Stewart Mtn. Dam and Granite Reef Diversion Dam1970 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
295448 AZMaricopaSalt River between Stewart Mtn. Dam and Granite Reef Diversion Dam2000 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
27705 AZMaricopaSalt River near Scottsdale1980 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
300074 AZMaricopaSalt River Project Canals1970 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
295467 AZMaricopaSalt River Project South Canal above Tempe and Consolidated canals2000 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
28027 AZMaricopaSalt River, at Canyon Lake1953 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
302601 AZMaricopaSalt River, Granite Reef Dam1995 15060106 Lower Saltestablished
302612 AZMaricopaSouth Canal above barrier1995 15060106 Lower Saltestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/17/2024].

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