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
164236 ILChampaignSangamon River, Champaign County1901 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
1692686 ILChristian3 mi SSE Bolivia1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
160468 ILChristianBuckhart Creek1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
1692809 ILMacon2 mi SE Oreana1968 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
1692688 ILMacon3 mi SW Niantic1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
1692810 ILMacon3.5 mi SSW Harristown1968 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
278968 ILMaconLake Decatur, near Decatur [Sangamon River]1997 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
277336 ILMaconLake Decatur, near Decatur [Sangamon River]2000 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
160413 ILMaconSangamon River1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
160423 ILMaconSangamon River1968 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
1692800 ILMcLean2.5 mi SW Arrowsmith1968 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
1692682 ILMcLean3 mi SE Saybrook1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
160729 ILMcLeanSangamon River1965 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
160739 ILMcLeanSangamon River1968 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished
1692505 ILPiattAllerton Park1958 07130006 Upper Sangamonunknown
160196 ILPiattSangamon River1958 07130006 Upper Sangamonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/23/2024].

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