Mylopharyngodon piceus
Mylopharyngodon piceus
(Black Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

70 results for Mylopharyngodon piceus (Black Carp)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1651288 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2020 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1657581 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658251 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658267 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaunknown
1658277 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658278 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658282 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658287 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658470 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658472 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1658477 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River2021 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1633069 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [at Maple Island, West Alton]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaunknown
1633070 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [at Maple Island, West Alton]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaunknown
1633072 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [at Maple Island, West Alton]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaunknown
1633074 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [at Maple Island]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaunknown
1469041 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River [just N of St. Louis]2018 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1617611 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [near Alton, IL]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1547592 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [near Grafton, IL]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1547602 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River [near Grafton, IL]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1618044 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River [near Wood River and Maple Island]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1633114 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River [near Wood River, IL]2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1469035 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River near Maple Island2018 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1633103 Black CarpMOSt. CharlesMississippi River, [Maple Island] below Mel Price Lock and Dam2019 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1409574 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River, at Maple Island2017 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
1409573 Black Carp (diploid)MOSt. CharlesMississippi River, at Maple Island2017 07110009 Peruque-Piasaestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/19/2021].

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