Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

24 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
44846 UT Green River above Duchesne River to state line1982 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondcollected
44521 UT state non-specific1992  established
44702 UTBox ElderWillard Bay Reservoir1987 16020102 Lower Weberestablished
44847 UTDaggettFlaming Gorge Reservoir and Green River just below reservoir1982 14040106 Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoirestablished
268480 UTDaggettGreen River, at Flaming Gorge Reservoir1974 14040106 Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoirestablished
268320 UTGarfieldColorado River, Cataract Canyon (RK 326-344)1993 14070001 Upper Lake Powellestablished
1524793 UTGrandColorado River2008 14030001 Westwater Canyonunknown
157545 UTGrandColorado River at Arches National Park1999 14030005 Upper Colorado-Kane Springsestablished
1458964 UTSan JuanColorado River and Green River at Canyonlands National Park1986 14070001 Upper Lake Powellestablished
157895 UTSan JuanColorado River and Green River at Canyonlands National Park1999 14070001 Upper Lake Powellestablished
44845 UTSan JuanColorado River from junction w/ Green River to the Dolores River1982 14030005 Upper Colorado-Kane Springscollected
268319 UTSan JuanColorado River, from the confluence of the Colorado and Green Rivers to the first rapid in Cataract Canyon (RK 344-350)1993 14070001 Upper Lake Powellestablished
1524751 UTSummitNA2003 16010101 Upper Bearunknown
1524561 UTSummitYellow Creek. Township - 3N; Range - 9E; Section - 29NW. Maps: 250k - Salt Lake City; 24k - Seven Tree Flat; 100k - Kings Peak.2003 16010101 Upper Bearunknown
1524657 UTSummitYellow Creek. Township - 3N; Range - 9E; Section - 29NW. Maps: 250k - Salt Lake City; 24k - Seven Tree Flat; 100k - Kings Peak.2003 16010101 Upper Bearunknown
44848 UTUintahDuchesne River1982 14060003 Duchesnecollected
1524777 UTUintahGreen River2009 14060005 Lower Green-Desolation Canyonunknown
157964 UTUintahGreen River at Dinosaur National Monument1999 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondcollected
261117 UTUintahGreen River at Whirlpool Canyon1987 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondestablished
262611 UTUintahGreen River near CO state line1969 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondestablished
268266 UTUintahGreen River, Island Park site1970 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondestablished
1524631 UTWayneDirty Devil River, 12.6 miles downstream of UT State HWY 24 bridge.2012 14070004 Dirty Devilunknown
1524666 UTWayneDirty Devil River, 15.0 miles downstream of UT State HWY 24 bridge.2012 14070004 Dirty Devilunknown
1524702 UTWayneDirty Devil River, 17.4 miles downstream of UT State HWY 24 bridge.2012 14070004 Dirty Devilunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/21/2020].

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