Ictalurus furcatus
Ictalurus furcatus
(Blue Catfish)
Native Transplant

17 results for Ictalurus furcatus (Blue Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1401699 TX Navosta drainage (level 8)1980 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1401704 TX Lower Brazos-Little Brazos drainage1980 12070101 Lower Brazos-Little Brazosestablished
1401715 TX Yegua drainage1980 12070102 Yeguaestablished
1469653 TXBrazosLake Bryan2010 12070101 Lower Brazos-Little Brazosestablished
1469640 TXBrazosLake Bryan2014 12070101 Lower Brazos-Little Brazosestablished
1469866 TXLimestoneLimestone Reservoir1986 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469844 TXLimestoneLimestone Reservoir1996 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469782 TXLimestoneLimestone Reservoir1998 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469831 TXLimestoneLimestone Reservoir1998 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469906 TXLimestoneMexia Reservoir1975 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469848 TXLimestoneMexia Reservoir1995 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469835 TXLimestoneMexia Reservoir1996 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1469918 TXLimestoneMexia Reservoir2008 12070103 Navasotaestablished
1470039 TXWashingtonLake Somerville1967 12070102 Yeguaestablished
1470005 TXWashingtonLake Somerville2013 12070102 Yeguaestablished
1469980 TXWashingtonLake Somerville2015 12070102 Yeguaestablished
1470207 TXWashingtonLake Somerville2017 12070102 Yeguaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/25/2024].

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