Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

6 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1524611 NMSierraRio Grande Conveyance Channel, ca. 20.0 miles south of San Marcial.1978 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown
1524629 NMSocorroAlamosa Creek, at Alamosa Warm Springs immediately upstream of Monticello Box at upper end of Monticello Canyon, ca. 7.6 kilometers southeast of Dusty, off NM HWY 52.1991 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown
1524639 NMSocorroRio Grande, 9.5 kilometers downstream of north boundary of Elephant Butte State Park.1988 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown
1524625 NMSocorroRio Grande, at former confluence with the low flow conveyance channel, 16.0 miles downstream of southern end of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.1999 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown
1524588 NMSocorroRio Grande, at former confluence with the low flow conveyance channel, 16.0 miles downstream of the southern end of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.2000 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown
1524700 NMSocorroRio Grande, confluence with low flow conveyance channel, 16.0 miles downstream of southern end of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.1992 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirunknown

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