Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

41 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
279280 IAClayElk Lake2011 10230003 Little Siouxcollected
526325 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D12.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
522701 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D14.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
522709 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D14.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
522705 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D14.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
523722 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D4.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
524055 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D6.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
524694 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site F10.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
521512 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site H1A.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
517884 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site H4A.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
517982 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site H5A.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
518514 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site HL10.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
519132 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M16.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
519165 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M17.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
518756 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M18.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
518755 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M18.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
519302 IAClintonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M20.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
517208 IAClintonMississippi River at RM 532.92011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
527253 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site C16A.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
526726 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D1.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
526132 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D11.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
521732 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D2.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
527803 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D3.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
523725 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D4.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
524052 IAJacksonLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D6.RS2011 07060005 Apple-Plumestablished
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