Mylopharyngodon piceus
Mylopharyngodon piceus
(Black Carp)

10 results for Mylopharyngodon piceus (Black Carp)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1633106 Black Carp (diploid)IL Kaskaskia River2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1657146 Black Carp (diploid)ILRandolphKasaskia River, an oxbow lake2021 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1613723 Black Carp (diploid)ILRandolphKaskaskia River2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1613848 Black CarpILRandolphKaskaskia River2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1633084 Black Carp (diploid)ILRandolphKaskaskia River2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1658484 Black CarpILRandolphKaskaskia River2021 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1633904 Black CarpILRandolphKaskaskia River (oxbow lake)2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1548420 Black CarpILRandolphKaskaskia River, near Evansville2019 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaestablished
1420937 Black Carp (diploid)ILSt. ClairKaskaskia River [just below New Athens]2017 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaunknown
1457388 Black CarpILSt. ClairKaskaskia River, in the channel a quarter mile below the route 13 bridge2018 07140204 Lower Kaskaskiaunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/17/2021].

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