Ictalurus punctatus
Ictalurus punctatus
(Channel Catfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

15 results for Ictalurus punctatus (Channel Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1702427 NMSan JuanSan Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1702416 NMSan JuanSan Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1702435 NMSan JuanSan Juan river near Shiprock, NM1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724641 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724645 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724649 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724653 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724657 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724661 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362018 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724665 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724669 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724673 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724677 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724681 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1724685 NMSan JuanSan Juan River, rkm 2362019 14080105 Middle San Juan 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/14/2024].

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