Morone mississippiensis
Morone mississippiensis
(Yellow Bass)
Native Transplant

20 results for Morone mississippiensis (Yellow Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1403114 WI Buffalo drainage1980 07040003 Buffalo-Whitewaterestablished
1403115 WI La Crosse drainage1980 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1403195 WI La Crosse drainage1983 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
46217 WI lakes connected to the Mississippi River1958 07040003 Buffalo-Whitewaterestablished
46215 WI Manitowoc River system1958 04030101 Manitowoc-Sheboyganestablished
46216 WI Milwaukee system1958 04040003 Milwaukeeestablished
1403190 WI Upper Rock (HUC8) non-specific1979 07090001 Upper Rockestablished
46214 WI Wolf system1958 04030202 Wolfestablished
1403112 WI Rush-Vermillion drainage1980 07040001 Rush-Vermillionestablished
46327 WI state non-specific1935  collected
1633895 WIBrownFox River, just downstream of state highway 1722018 04030204 Lower Foxunknown
1633889 WIBrownFox River, just downstream of state highway 1722019 04030204 Lower Foxunknown
1633888 WIBrownLake Michigan, Green Bay, southwest of Point Sable2019 04190000 Lake Michiganunknown
1633890 WIBrownLake Michigan, Green Bay, west-southwest of Point Sable2019 04190000 Lake Michiganunknown
46212 WIColumbiaFox drainage1958 04030201 Upper Foxestablished
46218 WIDaneLake Wingra, Madison1958 07090002 Middle Rockestablished
46208 WIDaneMadison Lakes, Dane County1958 07090002 Middle Rockestablished
46220 WILa CrosseOnalaska Lake [upper]1958 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1702233 WIOzaukeeLake Michigan2000 04190000 Lake Michigan 
46219 WIWinnebagoLake Winnebago [near Neenah, WI]1958 04030203 Lake Winnebagoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/20/2024].

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