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Bighead Fingerling

Bighead Carp Fingerling

Black Carp Fingerling Black Carp Fingerling
Grass Carp Fingerling Grass Carp Fingerling Silver Carp Fingerling
Images of FIngerlings above from Yi, B., Z. Liang, Z. Yu, R. Lin, and M. He. 2006. A study of the early development of grass carp, black carp, silver carp and bighead carp of the Yangtze River. Pages 15-51 in D.C.Chapman, editor. Early development of four cyprinids native to the Yangtze River. US Geological Survey Data Series 239.
Bighead Carp Bighead Carp
Boat-load of Asian Carp

Black Carp

Photo Credit:
Rob Cosgriff
Illinois Natural History Survey

Black Carp
Photo Credit:
Rob Cosgriff
Illinois Natural History Survey

Black Carp
Photo Credit:
Rob Cosgriff
Illinois Natural History Survey

Black Carp

Photo Credit:
Rob Cosgriff
Illinois Natural History Survey

Asian (Bighead) Carp ID card

Enrique Rodriguez, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel based on US Fish & Wildlife Information

Juvenile Asian Carp and Gizzard Shad

Photo source: USGS

Carp Watch

Bighead and Silver Carp Watch Identification Graphic

Photo Source:
UIUC/IL-IN Sea Grant

Boat-load of Asian Carp Boat-load of Asian Carp
Bighead Carp

Bighead Carp

Photo Credit:
David Riecks
UIUC/IL-IN Sea Grant

 

Silver Carp

Photo Credit:
David Riecks
UIUC/IL-IN Sea Grant
 


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