Specimen Information

Ambloplites rupestris
Ambloplites rupestris
(Rock Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

Specimen ID264086
GroupFishes
GenusAmbloplites
Speciesrupestris
Common NameRock Bass
StateSC
CountyOconee
LocalityHartwell Lake
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameTugaloo
HUC8 Number03060102
HUC10 NameHartwell Lake-Lower Tugaloo River
HUC10 Number0306010205
HUC12 NameLower Tugaloo River
HUC12 Number030601020507
Map
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Collection Year1775
Year AccuracyEstimated
Potential Pathwayunknown
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:18855
Author:Rohde, F.C., R.G. Arndt, J.W. Foltz, and J.M. Quattro
Date:2009
Title:Freshwater fishes of South Carolina
Publisher:University of South Carolina Press
Pages:430 pp
Reference 2
Ref. Number:31304
Author:Berra, T.M.
Date:1989
Title:The Significance of William Bartram (1739-1823) to North American Ichthyology
Journal:The American Midland Naturalist
Volume:122
Issue:2
Pages:214-227
Reference 3
Ref. Number:757
Author:Cashner, R.C., T.M. Berra, and D.G. Cloutman
Date:1992
Title:Reidentification of William Bartram's Savannah River Ambloplites, with early evidence for a Tennessee-Savannah faunal exchange.
Journal:Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings
Volume:26
Pages:11-14
Commentslikely based on Bartram 1775 (est) drawings found in Berra (1989)
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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