Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

9 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1524647 COMoffatYampa River, 2.0 kilometers southeast of Craig.1976 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524683 COMoffatYampa River, ca. 2.0 kilometers southeast of the city of Craig.1976 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524592 CORouttBig Creek Lake, North Park.1993 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524767 CORouttElkhead Creek2000 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524732 CORouttElkhead Creek2001 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524613 CORouttYampa River, 3.0 kilometers west of the town of Hayden.1976 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524718 CORouttYampa River, 3.0 kilometers west of the town of Hayden.1977 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524682 CORouttYampa River, 3.0 kilometers west of the town of Hayden.1977 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
1524646 CORouttYampa River, 3.0 kilometers west of the town of Hayden.1977 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown

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