Ictalurus furcatus
Ictalurus furcatus
(Blue Catfish)
Native Transplant

7 results for Ictalurus furcatus (Blue Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
620881 CAFresnoSan Joaquin River1978 18040001 Middle San Joaquin-Lower Chowchillaestablished
747532 CASan JoaquinSan Joaquin River at Mossdale.1978 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
274100 CASan JoaquinSan Joaquin River near Mossdale1978 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaunknown
35696 MN Lake Pepin on the Mississippi River1978 07040001 Rush-Vermillionfailed
38029 NJ state non-specific1978 02000000 Mid-Atlantic Regioncollected
1469839 TXCokeOak Creek Reservoir1978 12080008 Upper Coloradounknown
1470043 TXTom GreenTwin Buttes Reservoir1978 12090102 South Conchofailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/28/2021].

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