Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus commersonii
(White Sucker)
Native Transplant

10 results for Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
30447 CO Colorado drainage1993 14010001 Colorado Headwatersestablished
30448 CO Rio Grande drainage1993 13010001 Rio Grande Headwatersestablished
1524592 CORouttBig Creek Lake, North Park.1993 14050001 Upper Yampaunknown
32478 GA Chattahoochee drainage near Atlanta1993 03130002 Middle Chattahoochee-Lake Hardingestablished
1524569 GAForsythBentley Cr. at GA 371; DAE 93-1131993 03130001 Upper Chattahoocheeunknown
1524699 GAWalkerSpring Creek (near spring source) at Co Rte 92, ca 0.5 air mi SW junction Co Rte 91 (near Harrisburg Church).1993 03150105 Upper Coosaunknown
1330639 NCAlamanceLittle Alamance Creek, at SR 23091993 03030002 Hawestablished
1524663 NMGrantGila River, at Redrock.1993 15040002 Upper Gila-Mangasunknown
268320 UTGarfieldColorado River, Cataract Canyon (RK 326-344)1993 14070001 Upper Lake Powellestablished
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

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/7/2022].

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