Carassius auratus
Carassius auratus
(Goldfish)
Fishes
Exotic

22 results for Carassius auratus (Goldfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
166854 MS Little Tallahatchie (HUC-8)2001 08030201 Little Tallahatchieunknown
158772 MS Mississippi River - northern portion (above Yazoo)2001 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaunknown
158771 MS Mississippi River - northern portion (above Yazoo)2001 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleunknown
158767 MS Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway2001 03160101 Upper Tombigbeeunknown
158769 MS Yazoo River drainage2001 08030200 Yazoounknown
36228 MS state non-specific1892  unknown
36230 MS state non-specific1896  unknown
36229 MS state non-specific1898  unknown
36232 MS state non-specific1955  unknown
36206 MS state non-specific1985  established
36242 MSBentonBenton County, drainage 8010210, trib of the Wolf River1930 08010210 Wolfunknown
157990 MSBentonnear the Wolf River in Benton County1983 08010210 Wolfunknown
159274 MSCoahomaMoon Lake1950 08030204 Coldwaterunknown
159284 MSCopiahPearl River at confluence with Brushy Creek, 1.8 km downstream of Hopewell Rd.1999 03180002 Middle Pearl-Strongunknown
36243 MSLafayettePuskus Creek, Lafayette County1967 08030201 Little Tallahatchieunknown
157989 MSLeakePearl River near Carthage1983 03180001 Upper Pearlunknown
36246 MSLeakePearl River near Carthage, Leake County1991 03180001 Upper Pearlunknown
157991 MSPanolaSardis Lake (Tallahatchie River) northwest of Oxford in northern Mississippi1983 08030201 Little Tallahatchieunknown
36244 MSPontotocPontotoc County, Little Tallahatchie drainage1967 08030201 Little Tallahatchieunknown
159349 MSSharkeyDelta National Forest, drainage canal on FS Road 1001983 08030207 Big Sunflowerunknown
157992 MSYalobushaOtoucalofa Creek (near Enid Lake)1983 08030203 Yoconaunknown
36245 MSYalobushaOtoucalofa Creek, Yocona drainage, Yalobusha County1967 08030203 Yoconaunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/15/2019].

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