Klamath largescale sucker

The Klamath Largescale Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

The Klamath largescale sucker lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The Klamath Largescale Sucker (Catostomus snyderi) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family. It is found only in the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Catostomus snyderi. More

Klamath largescale suckers have not been extensively studied. More

Klamath largescale suckers can survive short stints in water temperatures that exceed 32°C and where DO levels are around 1 mg/L. Like other suckers, Klamath largescale suckers are believed to be benthic omnivores. More

shortnose suckers, and Klamath largescale suckers spawn in the Williamson River and Sprague River. Lost River suckers and shortnose suckers spawn in the Wood River. Lost River suckers spawn in the Lost River. More

Common names

Catostomus snyderi in Catalan (Català)
Klamath largescale sucker in English
Pakaprovec Snyderův in Czech (česky)
Storskællet Klamath-sugekarpe in Danish (dansk)
斯氏亚口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
斯氏亚口鱼 in Unknown
斯氏亞口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
斯氏亞口魚 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Catostomus
Species : Catostomus snyderi
Authority : Gilbert, 1898