Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Native Transplant

13 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
282951 NCDurhamFalls Lake1991 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
282953 NCDurhamFlat River at SR 1614 [State Forest Road], 2.4 air miles NNW Bahama1995 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
282954 NCPersonDeep Creek at SR 1734 [Smith Road], 3.5 air miles WSW Moriah1990 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
282955 NCPersonDeep Creek at SR 1734 [Smith Road], 4.7 air miles SW Timberlake, [ca. 12.1 air miles SSE center Roxboro];Person1990 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1332306 NCPersonDeep Creek, at SR 17341990 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329449 NCPersonDeep Creek, at SR 17341995 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329532 NCPersonDeep Creek, at SR 17342000 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329533 NCPersonDeep Creek, at SR 17342005 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329534 NCPersonNorth Flat River, at SR 17151999 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329535 NCPersonNorth Flat River, at SR 17152000 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1329536 NCPersonSouth Flat River, at NC 1572000 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1702322 NCPersonSouth Flat River, NC, sample taken off the 501 bridge about 3 miles south of Timberlake, NC1963 03020201 Upper Neuse 
282952 NCWakeHorse Creek at county road 2004, 5 miles NW of Wake Forest1979 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/21/2023].

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