Utah sucker

This is a large fish that can grow up to 65 cm in length.

The Utah sucker lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The Utah sucker, Catostomus ardens, is a sucker of the family Catostomidae found in the upper Snake River and the Lake Bonneville areas of western North America. This is a large fish that can grow up to 65 cm in length. More

the more abundant Utah Sucker (Catostomus ardens), but upon closer examination the Utah sucker has a small wedge shaped gap and rough lips on the ventral mouth. Propagation and population augmentation is part of the June Sucker recovery plan. More

the June sucker and Utah sucker are still present in limited numbers. In 1994 a June Sucker Recovery effort was undertaken leading up to a June Sucker Recovery Implementation Plan (JSRIP) in 1999. More

he Utah sucker is native to the Bonneville Basin of Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming. They are abundant in Utah, especially in Bear Lake. Utah suckers are rarely eaten by man, and serve mainly as forage for other fish species. More

Lake book, only the June sucker and Utah sucker remain of the 13 native fish that originally lived there - and they constitute less than one percent of the entire current fish community. More

Utah sucker morphotypes in this complex, possibly maximizing evolutionary potential? We explore this question in the context of current genetic and morphological variation in the Utah Lake sucker complex as well as historical information on this complex More

Utah sucker (Catostomus ardens), and five other catostomid fishes of western North America. Molecular Ecology Notes 7(3) , 457 More

As far as I know the UTAH sucker is not.... But to me, this looks like a June Sucker. Hope you released it... http://www.mitigationcommission.gov/native/native_sucker.html - WyFlyGuy06-20-2007, 05:25 PMWhat is it? um... More

The Utah sucker is native to the old Bonneville basin of UT, ID, WY, and NV. In Idaho, the species is found in the Snake River system above Shoshone Falls, the Bear River drainage, and the independent drainages. More

Common names

Catostomus ardens in French (français)
Pakaprovec wyomingský in Czech (česky)
Utah sucker in English
Utah-sugekarpe in Danish (dansk)
犹太亚口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
犹太亚口鱼 in Unknown
猶太亞口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
猶太亞口魚 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Catostomus
Species : Catostomus ardens
Authority : Jordan and Gilbert, 1881