Ictalurus punctatus
Ictalurus punctatus
(Channel Catfish)
Native Transplant

14 results for Ictalurus punctatus (Channel Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37026 NC Chowan drainage1991 03010203 Chowanestablished
748324 NCBertie[?=Chowan River] near Colerain (caught 1.5 miles above fishery)1961 03010203 Chowanestablished
1428638 NCBertieKeel Creek, NCWRC site CWN332016 03010203 Chowanestablished
1428521 NCChowanChowan River, NCWRC site CWN442016 03010203 Chowanestablished
1651881 NCCurrituckNorth Atlantic Ocean, NC, US2020 03010205 Albemarleestablished
1428405 NCHertfordChowan River, NCWRC site CWN602016 03010203 Chowanestablished
748452 NCHertfordWiccacon River, [no further locality data available, see remarks]1960 03010203 Chowanestablished
748458 NCTyrrellBee Tree Canal at SR 1120 bridge [Sawyer Road], 4.2 air miles S Woodley, [ca. 22.2 air miles ESE center Plymouth]1964 03010205 Albemarleestablished
748406 NCWashingtonAlbemarle Sound, Albemarle Beach [ca. 8.94 air miles SSW center Edenton]1956 03010205 Albemarleestablished
748375 NCWashingtonAlbemarle Sound, Albemarle Beach, [ca. 8.9 air miles SSW center Edenton]1956 03010205 Albemarleestablished
748395 NCWashingtonbetween Mackeys and Rea's Beach1938 03010205 Albemarleestablished
748432 NCWashingtonbetween Mackeys and Rea's Beach1938 03010205 Albemarleestablished
45287 VA Chowan drainage1994 03010203 Chowanestablished
45289 VAChesapeakeLake Drummond, Dismal Swamp1969 03010205 Albemarlefailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/18/2024].

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