Tahoe sucker

The Tahoe sucker lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Tahoe Sucker, Catostomus tahoensis Adult Tahoe sucker, approximately 15 cm (6”) long. Date: 7/8/2007. More

Tahoe suckers are found in streams, lakes, and reservoirs of the northeastern Sierras. The suckers are found predominantly in cool streams though they are capable of withstanding temperatures in excess of 25°C. More

Tahoe sucker; Marlin sucker; Hog sucker; Sacramento sucker; Largescale sucker; Bluehead sucker; Yaqui sucker; Warner sucker; Opata sucker; Bavispe sucker; Flannelmouth sucker; Sucker head; Razorback sucker; Blue sucker; Desert sucker; Cahita sucker; Longnose sucker; White sucker; Spotted sucker; Eel sucker; Sonora More

redside shiner, Tui chub, Tahoe sucker, Lahontan mountain sucker, Piute sculpin and Lahontan speckled dace. Chumming is illegal. More

the conclusion that speckled dace and Tahoe sucker microhabitat use was most affected by intraspecific density, and minimally by competition. Lahontan redsides (Richardsonius egregius) were most affected by intraspecific density and by competition with the complete assemblage. More

Tahoe Sucker, Lahontan Speckled Dace, Mountain Sucker and Paiute Sculpin may be used only in the same lake where taken. More

Shiner, Tui Chum, Tahoe sucker, Lahontan Mountain Sucker. Puite Sculpin and Lahotan Speckled Dace. Chumming Chumming is prohibited in Lake Tahoe. Spear fishing Spearing fishing is prohibited in Lake Tahoe. More

redside sucker, Tahoe sucker, and mountain sucker, as well as the listed cui-ui and Lahontan Cutthroat Trout. Non-native fish include rainbow, brown trout and brook trout. More

Common names

Pakaprovec tahojský in Czech (česky)
Tahoe sucker in English
塔霍湖亚口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
塔霍湖亚口鱼 in Unknown
塔霍湖亞口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
塔霍湖亞口魚 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Catostomus
Species : Catostomus tahoensis
Authority : Gill & Jordan, 1878