The Modoc Sucker is a species of fish native to California.
The Modoc sucker is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.
Modoc suckers inhabit the cool (<25°C) pools of headwater streams that usually have high spring flows and low summer flows. Favorable streams have moderate gradients with large mud or rock bottomed pools where the suckers can seek refuge during summer. More
The Modoc sucker, Catostomus microps, is a species of fish native to California. It is listed as an endangered species in California and the United States, it is also listed as endangered by the IUCN. More
The back of the Modoc sucker is from deep gray to bluish greenish Taxonomy - 1 (DRAFT) - Taxonomy Species SUCKER, MODOC Species Id ESIS251011 Date 14 MAR 96 brown (01,03). Sides lighten to yellow or white on the belly (01,03). More
Modoc Sucker (MoSu) Final Critical Habitat Map. More
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The Modoc sucker, long thought extinct in Oregon, has shown up in a southern Oregon creek. In fact, it seems the suckers have been there all along. ``It's a major, major discovery,'' said U.S. More
operations within the range of Modoc suckers in September, 1994, and several of these grazing operations occur in approximately that same area of habitat (1994 BO). The FWS and Modoc NF have been in informal consultation regarding grazing operations since early 1994. More
Modoc suckers are pool dwellers in small, often intermittent, headwater streams in the Upper Pit River watershed. This area of Johnson Creek provides excellent habitat and is an example of a stream that is in desired condition. More
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