Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)

10 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
609569 OHFairfieldBuckeye Lake at Leibs Island, West Ramp2004 05040006 Lickingestablished
609282 OHFairfieldSouth Fork Licking River between SR 79 and SR 3601979 05040006 Lickingestablished
609570 OHFairfieldSouth Fork Licking River between SR 79 Bridges; North of Buckeye Lake1979 05040006 Lickingestablished
166862 OHFairfield/PerryBuckeye Lake2001 05040006 Lickingcollected
274005 OHFairfield-PerryBuckeye Lake1997 05040006 Lickingestablished
609802 OHLickingLicking River, Raccoon Creek W of bridge on 21st Street about 0.1 mile S of Granville Rd.1972 05040006 Lickingestablished
609800 OHLickingLicking River, Raccoon Creek; bridge 1088 on St Rt. 37, about 0.9 mi NW of intersection with US Rt 62.1972 05040006 Lickingestablished
609801 OHLickingRaccoon Creek - Ohio River, Upper Raccoon Creek; Twp Rd #29 just N of Co Rd #33.1962 05040006 Lickingestablished
1427834 OHMuskingumDillon Reservoir, Licking and Hopewell township2008 05040006 Lickingestablished
609694 OHMuskingumLicking River, Bartlett Run, bridge on SR 146 about 0.3mi N of Military Rd (Twp Rd 146),5.0mi NE of Mt Sterling,4.3mi NW of Zanesville1977 05040006 Lickingestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/12/2024].

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