Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

28 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
160744 ILCarrollJohnson Creek1963 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
277291 ILMercerMississippi River Pool 18 (R.M. 433.3), Boston Bay near New Boston2000 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
160394 ILMercerMississippi River, Mercer County1963 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162975 ILRock IslandCopperas Creek1967 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
164271 ILRock IslandDead Slough1997 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
278969 ILRock IslandLake George [along the Mississippi River ~5 mi W of Andalusia, IL]1997 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
277337 ILRock IslandLake George [along the Mississippi River ~5 mi W of Andalusia, IL]2000 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162841 ILRock IslandMississippi River, Rock Island County1963 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162967 ILRock IslandRock River, Rock Island County1963 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162972 ILRock IslandRock River, Rock Island County1965 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162973 ILRock IslandRock River, Rock Island County1966 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
162974 ILRock IslandTributary of the Mississippi River, Rock Island County1966 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
277297 ILWhitesideCattail Slough2000 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
523319 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D16.RS2008 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
522890 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D17.RS2002 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
523242 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D17.RS2006 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
522894 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site D18.RS1994 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
524946 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site F13.RS2007 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
524997 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site F14.RS2005 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
525006 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site F14.RS2010 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
519280 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M20.RS1996 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
519285 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site M20.RS1997 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
514321 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site S18.RS1994 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
515040 ILWhitesideLong Term Resource Monitoring Project site Y7.RS1994 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
160792 ILWhitesideMississippi River, Whiteside County1963 07080101 Copperas-Duckestablished
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