Carpiodes carpio
Carpiodes carpio
(River Carpsucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

13 results for Carpiodes carpio (River Carpsucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1524441 FLEscambiaEscambia River2009 03140305 Escambiaunknown
1524431 GAPulaskiBig Indian Creek2009 03070104 Lower Ocmulgeeunknown
1524438 INMiamiMississinewa River [North of Mississinewa Reservoir]1995 05120103 Mississinewaunknown
1524439 INMiamiMississinewa River [North of Mississinewa Reservoir]1995 05120103 Mississinewaunknown
1524437 INRandolphMississinewa River1995 05120103 Mississinewaunknown
1524432 NDCassRed River2008 09020104 Upper Redunknown
1524436 NDRichlandWild Rice River2003 09020105 Western Wild Riceunknown
1524435 NEHallWood River2001 10200102 Woodunknown
40075 OHHenryBad Creek, about 5 miles above its confluence with the Maumee River1927 04100009 Lower Maumeefailed
1524430 SDClayFrog Creek2009 10170102 Vermillionunknown
1524440 TNShelbyNonconnah Creek2008 08010211 Horn Lake-Nonconnahunknown
1470161 TXDonleyGreenbelt Reservoir2016 11120201 Upper Salt Fork Redestablished
1524434 WYBig HornDry Creek2003 10080011 Dryunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/16/2019].

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