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A black crappie at the Sedgwick Zoo. This can match my white crappie spotting from the Tulsa Aquarium. These are a very popular sport fish and are very widespread, being introduced to all forty-eight of the continental States.
Found in all of the continental United States (that's sans Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada. Introduced populations exist in Mexico and Panama.