Ictalurus punctatus
Ictalurus punctatus
(Channel Catfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

18 results for Ictalurus punctatus (Channel Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
744585 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1989 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744454 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1990 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744303 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1991 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744714 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1993 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744325 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1997 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744613 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1999 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744614 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE1999 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744420 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2000 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744317 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2003 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744567 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2004 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744568 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2004 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744268 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2005 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744430 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2006 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744514 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2007 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744498 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2008 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744342 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2009 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744543 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2010 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished
744703 IDKootenaiHAUSER LAKE2011 17010305 Upper Spokaneestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/23/2019].

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