Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)

16 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
30559 CO San Juan drainage, upper1982 14080102 Piedraestablished
30566 CO San Juan drainage, upper1982 14080102 Piedraestablished
30087 COArchuletaArchuleta County1985 14080101 Upper San Juanestablished
267463 COArchuletaNavajo Reservoir2000 14080102 Piedraestablished
165288 NM Lower San Juan drainage (HUC 8)2000 14080105 Middle San Juanestablished
165287 NM Middle San Juan drainage2000 14080105 Middle San Juanestablished
38518 NM San Juan drainage1982 14080100 Upper San Juanestablished
38214 NM San Juan drainage1990 14080100 Upper San Juanestablished
165285 NM upper San Juan River2000 14080101 Upper San Juanestablished
165286 NMSan JuanAnimas River2000 14080104 Animasestablished
1462172 NMSan JuanSan Juan River basin2015 14080106 Chacoestablished
1462135 NMSan JuanSan Juan River basin2015 14080106 Chacoestablished
1462138 NMSan JuanSan Juan River basin2015 14080106 Chacoestablished
1702424 NMSan JuanSan Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1702410 NMSan JuanSan Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 
1702433 NMSan JuanSan Juan river near Shiprock, NM1993 14080105 Middle San Juan 

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