Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

49 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)

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Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3286 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Experimental Laboratory In a pond experiment in Illinois, Cyprinus carpio increased total phosphorus and turbidity... 32740
3287 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Laboratory In a pond experiment in Illinois, Cyprinus carpio increased total phosphorus and turbidity... 32740
3288 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory In a pond experiment in Illinois, Cyprinus carpio increased total phosphorus and turbidity... 32740
3289 Cyprinus carpio Other Observational Field Cyprinus carpio is an important seed dispersal vector for aquatic plants in the Illinois... 31111
3290 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Observational Field Cyprinus carpio is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and... 15206
3291 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Observational Field Cyprinus carpio is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and... 15206
3292 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Silt resuspension and uprooting of aquatic plants caused by feeding activities of Cyprinus... 13712
3293 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Anecdotal N/A Silt resuspension and uprooting of aquatic plants caused by feeding activities of Cyprinus... 15360
3294 Cyprinus carpio Recreation Observational Field Juvenile Cyprinus carpio are used as bait, which may have resulted in the spread of this... 183
3295 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Cyprinus carpio feeding behavior destroys rooted aquatic plants that provide habitat for... 959
3296 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Anecdotal N/A Cyprinus carpio feeding behavior destroys rooted aquatic plants that provide habitat for... 959
3297 Cyprinus carpio Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Cyprinus carpio eradication and exclusion from reservoir tributaries allowed for increased... 27700
3298 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Observational Field Cyprinus carpio eradication and exclusion from reservoir tributaries allowed for increased... 27700
3299 Cyprinus carpio Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Through the consumption of eggs, Cyprinus carpio may be responsible for the decline of... 10
3300 Cyprinus carpio Predation/Herbivory Observational Field White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) eggs have been found in the stomachs of... 1399
3301 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Anecdotal N/A In California, Cyprinus carpio has been implicated in the decrease in water clarity in... 217
3302 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A In 1894 there was documentation that Sacramento Perch (Archoplites interruptus) was... 251
3303 Cyprinus carpio Competition Anecdotal N/A Cyprinus carpio in Illinois may compete with ecologically similar species such as... 1523
3304 Cyprinus carpio Harvest Observational N/A The total weight and value of Cyprinus carpio taken by commercial fishermen in Missouri... 1737
3305 Cyprinus carpio Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Field More than 20,000 Cyprinus carpio were killed by a bacterial disease over a short period of... 1739
3307 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Field Following the installation of a Cyprinus carpio barrier at Cootes Paradise Marsh (Lake... 24253
3308 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Observational Field Low densities of Cyprinus carpio (<30 kg/ha) did not have significant effects on... 24242
3309 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Observational Field Low densities of Cyprinus carpio (<30 kg/ha) did not have significant effects on... 24242
3311 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Observational Field In Mexico, Cyprinus carpio was associated with declines in populations of a native... 24251
3312 Cyprinus carpio Habitat Alteration Experimental Field Research in a eutrophic lake involving in situ observations of Cyprinus carpio impact... 24254
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