Ameiurus catus
Ameiurus catus
(White Catfish)
Native Transplant

15 results for Ameiurus catus (White Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1401624 AL Perdido drainage1991 03140106 Perdidoestablished
36258 ALClarkeBassett Creek, Clark Co.; (tributary of Tombigbee)1991 03160203 Lower Tombigbeeestablished
1401620 ALCoffeePea subbasin1991 03140202 Peaestablished
1401621 ALDaleUpper Choctawhatchee drainage1991 03140201 Upper Choctawhatcheeestablished
1401619 FL Choctawhatchee River1991 03140203 Lower Choctawhatcheeestablished
1401622 FL Yellow River drainage1991 03140103 Yellowestablished
1401625 FL Choctawhatchee Bay drainage1991 03140102 Choctawhatchee Bayestablished
1401626 FL St. Andrew-St. Joseph Bays drainage1991 03140101 St. Andrew-St. Joseph Baysestablished
1401623 FLSanta RosaBlackwater drainage1991 03140104 Blackwaterestablished
33735 IL Illinois River1991 07130003 Lower Illinois-Lake Chautauquaestablished
33737 IL Kaskaskia River1991 07140202 Middle Kaskaskiaestablished
33736 IL state non-specific1991  established
36135 MOHenryBig Creek arm of Truman Reservoir, Henry County1991 10290108 South Grandcollected
37282 NC French Broad-Holston (HUC6) non-specific1991 06010100 French Broad-Holstonestablished
37007 NC Tennessee River basin, upper (North Carolina portion)1991 06010200 Upper Tennesseeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/17/2022].

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