Ctenopharyngodon idella
Ctenopharyngodon idella
(Grass Carp)

11 results for Ctenopharyngodon idella (Grass Carp)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
547124 Grass Carp (triploid)INLakeLake County2012 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienfailed
645203 Grass Carp (diploid)INPorterEast Arm Little Calumet River2014 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
1670544 Grass CarpINPorterEast Arm Little Calumet River2021 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
33822 Grass CarpINPorterEast fork of Little Calumet River, tributary to Lake Michigan1984 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienstocked
158208 Grass CarpINPorterIndiana Dunes National Lakeshore1999 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
1398200 Grass Carp (diploid)INPorterLittle Calumet River2017 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
1657611 Grass CarpINPorterLittle Calumet River2021 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
1458977 Grass CarpINPorterLittle Calumet River in Burns Harbor/Portage area2017 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
1457551 Grass Carp (diploid)INPorterLittle Calumet River in Burns Harbor/Portage area2017 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienunknown
848975 Grass CarpINPorterLittle Calumet River, 2 miles SE of Ogden Dunes1998 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienstocked
848976 Grass CarpINPorterRice Lake1998 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienstocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/28/2024].

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