Specimen Information

Ambloplites rupestris
Ambloplites rupestris
(Rock Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

Specimen ID547675
GroupFishes
GenusAmbloplites
Speciesrupestris
Common NameRock Bass
StateNC
CountyAshe
LocalityLittle Buffalo Creek at crossing of NC 194 and CR 1131 [Buffalo Road], above confluence with Buffalo Creek, 1.5 miles NW Jefferson
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameUpper New
HUC8 Number05050001
HUC10 NameNorth Fork New River
HUC10 Number0505000101
HUC12 NameUpper North Fork New River
HUC12 Number050500010106
Map
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Collection Day30
Collection Month7
Collection Year1963
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwaystocked for sport
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:26212
Author:GBIF
Date:2013
Title:Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database.
Publisher:Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Reference 2
Ref. Number:25976
Author:North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
Date:2013
Title:North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences ichthyology collection. Accessed through GBIF data portal, http://data.gbif.org/datasets/resource/8099
Publisher:North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
CommentsData from GBIF data index - original values.
Record TypeSpecimen
DisposalNorth Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences ichthyology collection
Museum Cat NumberNCSM 2008
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/19/2019].

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