Specimen Information

Lepomis gulosus
Lepomis gulosus
(Warmouth)
Fishes
Native Transplant

Specimen ID1403355
GroupFishes
GenusLepomis
Speciesgulosus
Common NameWarmouth
StateID
Localitymiddle Bear drainage
Mapping AccuracyCentroid
HUC8 NameMiddle Bear
HUC8 Number16010202
Map
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Collection Year1991
Year AccuracyPublication Year
Potential Pathwaystocked for sport | dispersed
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:162
Author:Menhinick, E.F.
Date:1991
Title:The freshwater fishes of North Carolina.
Publisher:North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
Pages:227 pp
Reference 2
Ref. Number:29447
Author:Evermann, B.W. and S.F. Hildebrand
Date:1916
Title:Notes on the Fishes of East Tennessee.
Publisher:US Government Printing Office
Reference 3
Ref. Number:29268
Author:Evermann, B.W.
Date:1918
Title:The fishes of Kentucky and Tennessee: a distributional catalogue of the known species
Journal:Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries
Volume:35
Pages:295-368
Commentsnot native; only found in the lower TN River (Evermann 1918); Probably introduced (Menhinick 1991); Jenkins and Burkhead list as introduced to the Tennessee; Warren et al. 2000 list as native to the upper TN, but that could be downriver farther; Evermann and Hildebrand (1916) did not list this species from eastern Tennessee
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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