Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)

15 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
157709 TX Concho River1994 12090100 Middle Colorado-Conchoestablished
1470372 TXColemanHords Creek Reservoir2014 12090108 Jim Nedestablished
1470376 TXConchoO. H. Ivie Reservoir2014 12090106 Middle Coloradoestablished
157697 TXMcCullochBrady Creek Reservoir1999 12090110 Bradyestablished
1470311 TXMcCullochBrady Creek Reservoir2014 12090110 Bradyunknown
1470392 TXMcCullochBrady Creek Reservoir2014 12090110 Bradyunknown
159260 TXMenardSan Saba River1999 12090109 San Sabacollected
157721 TXTaylorGraham Reservoir1999 12090101 Middle Colorado-Elmestablished
1470503 TXTom GreenNasworthy Reservoir2013 12090102 South Conchoestablished
609910 TXTom GreenNorth Concho River at Water Valley RV Park; Water Valley1992 12090104 North Conchoestablished
157780 TXTom GreenO.C. Fisher Lake1999 12090104 North Conchoestablished
1650388 TXTom GreenSan Angelo State Park, San Angelo, TX, US2020 12090104 North Conchoestablished
609909 TXTom GreenSouth Concho River 4 kilometers south of Christoval1984 12090102 South Conchoestablished
157775 TXTom GreenSouth Concho River, at Nasworthy Reservoir1999 12090102 South Conchoestablished
159191 TXTom GreenTwin Buttes Reservoir1999 12090102 South Conchocollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/16/2021].

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