Flannelmouth sucker

The Flannelmouth Sucker’s body is long, starting with a thick anterior that moves down to a thin posterior; respectively, this causes the head to be relatively short and thick.

The Flannelmouth sucker lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The flannelmouth sucker, Catostomus latipinnis, is native to the Colorado River system of the western United States and northern Mexico. In Utah, the species occurs in the main-stem Colorado River, as well as in many of the Colorado River's large tributaries. More

flannelmouth suckers) and all three target species were collected in 2004. Bluehead sucker were documented in about 6% of the reaches sampled (nine of 160, Figure 1). More

flannelmouth sucker, Catostomus latipinnis, in the upper Colorado Rive basin, 1975-1976. Great Basin Naturalist 45(2):281-286. Minckley, W.L. 1985. Native fishes and natural aquatic habitats in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region II west of the continental divide. Executive summary. More

The flannelmouth sucker, Catosomus latipinnis, is one of the few native fish that remain in the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam. More

Flannelmouth sucker, a species of fish (Catostomus latipinnis) found in the Colorado River region. Music. 5. A band, hailing from the Northern parts of Helsinki, Finland. More

Hybrids between the flannelmouth sucker and white sucker have facilitated introgression between the two native species, previously isolated by reproductive barriers, such that individuals exist with contributions from all three genomes. More

flannelmouth sucker fish Thursday morning in the Virgin River near Hurricane. More ... June 2009: A Decade Walk The Line, Baby Sweetcorn, Videovalvontaa, Roger, Verneri Lumi, Kris Kylven, Candy Darling, Flannelmouth, The Archangels, Office Building... More ... More

This Flannelmouth Sucker was caught while fly fishing from a drift boat. Capt. Matt Thomas and his friend Tim Robinson guide on the Colorado River. Go to RipLips.com for guided fishing information. Credit: Capt. Matt Thomas Copyright: Capt. More

Use flannelmouth sucker in a SentenceSee web results for flannelmouth suckerSee images of flannelmouth sucker–noun Ichthyology. a sucker, Catostomus latipinnis, of the Colorado River and its tributaries. Dictionary. More

Razorback and flannelmouth suckers spawned in April and May, when water temperatures were between 6 and 15 C. Bluehead suckers spawned later (June and early July) when water temperatures exceeded 15 C. More

The flannelmouth sucker Catostomus latipinnis is one of the few native fish that persist in the lower Colorado River basin. Cold, swift water discharged below Glen Canyon Dam may cause direct mortality or impair swimming ability of age-0 flannelmouth suckers. More

Flannelmouth Sucker were once abundant throughout the entire Colorado River Basin. At present, Flannelmouth sucker are more commonly found in the upper Colorado River Basin. More

An adult flannelmouth sucker may approach about 20 inches in length,and like other large suckers of the Colorado River may live up to 20 years. More

Catostomus discobolus and flannelmouth sucker Catostomus latipinnis as well as introduced white sucker Catostomus commersonii and long nose sucker Catostomus catostomus in the Big Sandy River, Wyoming were studied. More

The flannelmouth sucker is the largest native fish in the Virgin River, growing over two feet in length and weighing over six pounds. More

By hybridizing with both the flannelmouth sucker, named for its unusual, puffy lips, and the bluehead sucker, named for the color of its head, the white sucker has created a reticulate evolution in which a species has three ancestors rather than one parent species and two descendant More

In Clark County the flannelmouth sucker is still common in the Virgin River and is found in the Colorado River basin, including some of its tributaries, but is infrequently collected in Lake Mead. More

of flannelmouth suckers in the segment. Funding for the project was provided through Gov. Dave Freudenthal's endangered species office. Area landowners including the Rock Springs Grazing Association, Anadarko, Inc., and the Union Pacific Railroad are participating in the project. More

Flannelmouth suckers were found at the confluence of the Paria and Colorado Rivers throughout the year but did not enter the Paria River above the confluence except to spawn. There were more flannelmouth suckers in the confluence after dark than during the day. More

Common names

flannelmouth sucker in English
Læbe-sugekarpe in Danish (dansk)
Pakaprovec široploutvý in Czech (česky)
Pakaprovec široploutvý in Czech (česky)
偏翼亚口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
偏翼亞口魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Catostomus
Species : Catostomus latipinnis
Authority : Baird and Girard, 1853