Mylopharyngodon piceus
Mylopharyngodon piceus
(Black Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

29 results for Mylopharyngodon piceus (Black Carp)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1468169 Black CarpMSBolivarMississippi River [NW of Greenville]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1524558 Black CarpMSTunicaFlower Lake, W of Clayton2019 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1524559 Black CarpMSTunicaFlower Lake, W of Clayton2019 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1418605 Black CarpMSTunicaMississippi River, at Tunica Cutoff (oxbow lake)2017 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1337454 Black CarpMSTunicaTunica Lake2016 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1337455 Black CarpMSTunicaTunica Lake2016 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1524553 Black CarpMSTunicaTunica Lake2019 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaestablished
1524534 Black Carp (diploid)MSTunicaTunica Lake2019 08020100 Lower Mississippi-Helenaunknown
1337452 Black CarpMSWashingtonLake Lee [just S of Greenville]2015 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1410081 Black CarpMSWashingtonLake Lee, Mississippi River oxbow lake2017 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1463694 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River [in a side channael]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1463695 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River [in a side channael]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1322925 Black Carp (diploid)MSWashingtonMississippi River [in Greenville]2016 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1335915 Black Carp (diploid)MSWashingtonMIssissippi River [just N of Greenville]2017 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1417491 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River [near Chatham]2017 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1468170 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River [NW of Greenville]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1322923 Black Carp (diploid)MSWashingtonMississippi River [side channel in Greenville]2016 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1464592 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, a side chute [E of Greenville]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1464593 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, a side chute [E of Greenville]2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1428258 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, at Lake Ferguson (side channel)2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1464222 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, in a side channel2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1464223 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, in a side channel2018 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1409568 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, in an old river channel2017 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
1320621 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, near Greenville2016 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleunknown
1409743 Black CarpMSWashingtonMississippi River, near Greenville2017 08030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/16/2019].

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