Ictalurus furcatus
Ictalurus furcatus
(Blue Catfish)
Native Transplant

8 results for Ictalurus furcatus (Blue Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
648386 IDCaribouBEAR RIVER1985 16010201 Bear Lakestocked
648383 IDCaribouPORTNEUF RIVER1985 16010201 Bear Lakestocked
648382 IDCassiaSNAKE RIVER1985 17040209 Lake Walcottstocked
648385 IDGoodingBRAY LAKE1985 17040212 Upper Snake-Rockstocked
648380 IDMinidokaEMERALD LAKE1985 17040209 Lake Walcottstocked
648381 IDMinidokaMILNER RESERVOIR1985 17040209 Lake Walcottstocked
648384 IDOwyheeCRANE FALLS RESERVOIR1985 17050101 C.J. Strike Reservoirstocked
163604 IDWashingtonBrownlee Reservoir1985 17050201 Brownlee Reservoirfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/27/2021].

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