Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Native Transplant

14 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
276357 COAlamosaAlamosa National Wildlife Refuge1982 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276362 COAlamosaAlamosa National Wildlife Refuge1983 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276382 COAlamosaAlamosa National Wildlife Refuge1984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276373 COAlamosaRio Grande at S Co Rd 61984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276380 COAlamosaRio Grande behind Adams State College1984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276348 COAlamosaRio Grande River at Cole Park1983 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276375 COAlamosaRio Grande River, at Alamosa1980 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276356 COAlamosaRio Grande River, at Alamosa1982 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276374 COAlamosaRio Grande River, at Alamosa1983 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276376 COAlamosaRio Grande River, at Alamosa1983 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276360 COConejosAlamosa River [Creek] at Hwy 2851984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected
276488 COConejosHot Creek Wildlife Area, gauging station1983 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276489 COConejosLa Jara Creek at Hwy 2851984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheraestablished
276393 COCostillaTrinchera Creek below Smith Reservoir spillway1984 13010002 Alamosa-Trincheracollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/23/2023].

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