NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Anonymous. 2004. Carp Record Fish. http://www.hotspotfishing.com/records/fish-records-carp.asp. Accessed on 02/11/2004.
Reference Number: 13718
Type: Web Page
Date (year): 2004
Title:Carp Record Fish
Accessed on: 02/11/2004
Ctenopharyngodon idella AL - Martin Lake on the Tallapoosa AZ - Encanto Lagoon AR - Horseshoe Lake HI - Waita Reservoir, McBride Sugar Company Steam Electric Generating Plant, Koloa, Kauai IL - Petersburg Lake IA - Greenfield Lake NJ - Garrison Lake OK - Lake of the Arbuckles
Cyprinus carpio AL - Bear Creek in Colbert County, Alabama AR - Hamilton Lake CA - Nacimiento Lake CO - Glenmere Park Pond CT - Connecticut River DE - Delaware River GA - Lake Jackson ID - Brownlee Reservoir on the Snake River IL - Lake Hillcrest IA - Mills County KS - Carey Park Pond, in the city of Hutchinson MA - Connecticut River MS - Pelahatchie Creek, Pelahatchie Creek Reservoir MO - Rothwell Lake, just upstream of the Rothwell Park Road bridge [in Moberly] MT - Nelson Reservoir NH - Mascoma River NJ - South Branch Raritan River (Atlantic Ocean Drainage) Clinton, Rt. 173 NY - Tomhannock Reservoir ND - Red River OK - Lake Spavinaw PA - Juniata River TX - Town Lake VT - Missisquoi River VA - Lake Prince WA - Long Lake WY - Green River, at Flaming Gorge Reservoir
Hypophthalmichthys molitrix AR - Arkansas River
Hypophthalmichthys nobilis TX - Kirby Lake Reservoir AR - Arkansas River
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/5/2020].
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