Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)

14 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37293 NDStarkHeart River about 10 miles south of Richardton1929 10130202 Upper Heartestablished
157839 NM Rio Grande; Elephant Butte Reservoir HUC1990 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirestablished
165275 NM Rio Grande; Elephant Butte Reservoir HUC2000 13020211 Elephant Butte Reservoirestablished
157840 NM Rio Grande; Rio Grand-Albuquerque HUC1990 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
165273 NM Rio Grande-Albuquerque drainage2000 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
157841 NM Rio Grande-Santa Fe drainage1990 13020201 Rio Grande-Santa Feestablished
165272 NM Rio Grande-Santa Fe drainage2000 13020201 Rio Grande-Santa Feestablished
165274 NM Rio San Jose drainage2000 13020207 Rio San Joseestablished
38127 NM Rio Grande drainage1990 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
38380 NMBernalilloRio Grande1991 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
38379 NMSandovalRio Grande River1991 13020201 Rio Grande-Santa Feestablished
38378 NMSanta FeRio Grande River1991 13020201 Rio Grande-Santa Feestablished
38375 NMValenciaRio Grande1991 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
156773 TNDavidsonMarrowbone Lake [a small reservoir about 10 mi NW of Nashville]1997 05130202 Lower Cumberland-Sycamoreestablished

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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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