Hypophthalmichthys nobilis
Hypophthalmichthys nobilis
(Bighead Carp)

17 results for Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (Bighead Carp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
158656 SD James River2002 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
158658 SD Vermillion River2002 10170102 Vermillionestablished
158657 SD Big Sioux River, below Sioux Falls2002 10170203 Lower Big Siouxunknown
1464267 SDBeadleJames River2015 10160006 Middle Jamesunknown
250935 SDBeadleJames River in Huron2006 10160006 Middle Jamesunknown
253856 SDBeadleJames River in Huron at the 3rd Street dam2008 10160006 Middle Jamesunknown
1464321 SDBeadleLake Byron2015 10160006 Middle Jamesunknown
1702697 SDBeadleLake Byron, Lake Byron Township, SD2012 10160006 Middle James 
1464329 SDClayMissouri River (Below Gavins Point Dam)2015 10170101 Lewis and Clark Lakeunknown
1464279 SDClayVermillion River (Below East Vermillion)2015 10170102 Vermillionunknown
1702693 SDDavisonFiresteel Creek confluence with the James River, Mitchell, SD2011 10160011 Lower James 
1702688 SDDavisonJames River near Mitchell, SD2012 10160011 Lower James 
265121 SDDavisonJames River, just NE of Mitchell2009 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
1702699 SDLincolnBig Sioux River below Sioux Falls, SD2010 10170203 Lower Big Sioux 
1464334 SDMcCookEast Vermillion Lake - Below the Spillway2015 10170102 Vermillionunknown
1702695 SDMcCookVermillion River below East Lake Vermillion Dam, SD2011 10170102 Vermillion 
42624 SDYanktonMissouri River below Gavins Point dam1998 10170101 Lewis and Clark Lakeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/23/2024].

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