Specimen Information

Micropterus salmoides
Micropterus salmoides
(Largemouth Bass)
Fishes
Native Transplant

Specimen ID746752
GroupFishes
GenusMicropterus
Speciessalmoides
Common NameLargemouth Bass
StateNC
CountyHertford
LocalityTurkey Creek, at CR 1301 [?=SR 1300/Turkey Branch/Wise Store Road], [ca. 2.2 air] miles [NW center] Murfreesboro, [see remarks]
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameMeherrin
HUC8 Number03010204
HUC10 NameTarrara Creek-Meherrin River
HUC10 Number0301020409
HUC12 NameKirbys Creek
HUC12 Number030102040907
Map
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Collection Day9
Collection Month7
Collection Year1962
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 57041
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/17/2019].

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