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Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. 2023. Oklahoma records of invasive carps, 2023 update. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Accessed on 06/06/2023.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 41998
Type: Database
Author: Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Date (year): 2023
Title:Oklahoma records of invasive carps, 2023 update
Publisher:Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Publisher Location:
URL:
Accessed on: 06/06/2023
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Keywords: Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, Bighead Carp, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    OK - Kiamichi River

Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

    OK - Connor's Bridge
    OK - Grand Lake
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River
    OK - Neosho River, Elm Creek
    OK - Neosho River, Elm Creek


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