Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Native Transplant

15 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1524785 WYSubletteBoulder Creek2002 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524600 WYSubletteBoulder Creek, southeast of Pinedale and north of Boulder and downstream of Boulder Lake.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524670 WYSubletteCottonwood Creek, a tributary to East Fork River, northwest of Big Sandy and downstream of State HWY 353.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524757 WYSubletteDuck Creek2007 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524601 WYSubletteDuck Creek, west of Pinedale, upstream of US HWY 191 bridge.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524635 WYSubletteFall Creek, southeast of Pinedale and west of Boulder Lake.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524746 WYSubletteNew Fork River1996 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524741 WYSubletteNew Fork River2009 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524759 WYSublettePine Creek2009 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524669 WYSublettePole Creek, southeast of Pinedale and northwest of Boulder, upstream of US HWY 191 bridge.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524706 WYSubletteSilver Creek, east of Boulder and upstream of WY State HWY 353.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524750 WYSubletteSpring Creek2002 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524634 WYSubletteSpring Creek, east of Boulder ca. Silver Creek confluence.2006 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524764 WYSubletteWillow Creek1996 14040102 New Forkunknown
1524619 WYSubletteWillow Creek, east of Cora ca. of Lake Creek confluence.2005 14040102 New Forkunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/1/2023].

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