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Guadalupe Bass Details
Name: Guadalupe Bass
Water Type: freshwater
Latin Name: Micropterus treculii
Common Names: Black Bass, Guadalupe spotted bass
Ideal Water Temp: 68 to 77
World Record:
Description: Micropterus is Greek, meaning "small fin" and is a rather unfortunate misnomer arising from an injured type specimen that made it appear that the posterior rays of the soft dorsal fin formed a small separate fin. Treculi refers to Trecul, the French compatriot of Vaillant and Bocourt. Trecul actually caught the specimen. The Guadalupe bass is generally green in color and may be distinguished from similar species found in Texas in that it doesn't have vertical bars like smallmouth bass, its jaw doesn't extend beyond the eyes as in largemouth bass, and coloration extends much lower on the body than in spotted bass.
(source: www.tpwd.state.tx.us)
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