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
28785 CA Pajaro River drainage1976 18060002 Pajaroestablished
157836 CA Santa Ynez system2002 18060009 San Antonioestablished
28784 CA Sacramento-San Joaquin drainage, coast of1976 18060015 Monterey Bayestablished
157825 CAMontereyMonterey Bay2002 18060015 Monterey Bayestablished
609642 CAMontereyMonterey-Santa Cruz County line, Pajaro River from Thurwachter St. bridge to 1 km down stream,, bridge about 4 km upstream from mouth1975 18060002 Pajaroestablished
160025 CAMontereyNacimiento River1992 18060005 Salinascollected
610286 CAMontereyPajaro River [Monterey/Santa Cruz counties].1949 18060002 Pajaroestablished
609715 CAMontereyPajaro River, 10 mi. west of Hwy 1011961 18060002 Pajaroestablished
609643 CAMontereySalinas River shallows, 3 mi. above mouth.1946 18060005 Salinasestablished
1678770 CAMontereySandholdt Rd, Moss Landing, CA, US2020 18060015 Monterey Bay 
28574 CAMonterey/Santa ClaraPajaro River1973 18060002 Pajaroestablished
28577 CASan BenitoSan Benito River1973 18060002 Pajaroestablished
239147 CASan Luis ObispoNacimiento Lake1968 18060005 Salinasestablished
609714 CASanta BarbaraSan Antonio Cr., 4.5-5.0 km upstream from mouth1979 18060009 San Antonioestablished
28575 CASanta ClaraLlagas Creek1973 18060002 Pajaroestablished
28576 CASanta ClaraUvas Creek1973 18060002 Pajaroestablished

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