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
160173 ILEdwardsBig Creek1968 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
1692524 ILLawrence1.5 mi NE St. Francisville1960 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
160200 ILLawrenceWabash River, Lawrence County1960 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
160205 ILLawrenceWabash River, Lawrence County1967 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
160199 ILLawrenceWabash River, Lawrence County1967 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
1692776 ILWabash2.5 mi NNE Mt. Carmel1967 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
1692822 ILWabash4.5 mi SW Lancaster1968 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
160187 ILWabashBonpas Creek1968 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
277211 ILWabashBonpas Creek2000 05120113 Lower Wabashestablished
160186 ILWabashWabash River1967 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
1693623 ILWhite1 mi NE New Haven2004 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
1693257 ILWhite5 mi ESE Crossville1999 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
1693272 ILWhite6.2 mi E Carmi, Co. Rd. 1800E1999 05120113 Lower Wabashunknown
164410 ILWhiteFox River1999 05120113 Lower Wabashcollected
609375 ILWhiteWabash River, below the <Old Dam> near New Harmony.1958 05120113 Lower Wabashestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/24/2024].

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