Harelip sucker

The Harelip Sucker was a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

The Harelip sucker lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The Harelip Sucker (Moxostoma lacerum) was a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family. It was found only in the United States. Source - * World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1996. Moxostoma lacerum. More

DISTRIBUTION: The harelip sucker was first collected in 1859 and described in 1877. The last specimen was collected in 1893. By 1970, the species was believed to be extinct (Jenkins, 1970). More

Harelip - The harelip sucker, once found in north Alabama, is extinct. Hog Sucker - Alabama and northern hog suckers live in Alabama Redhorse - Some Alabama suckers have the common name redhorse or jumprock; they are in the genus Moxostoma. More

bittern, the harelip sucker, the yellow bullhead, the beech, the great blue heron, the dobsonfly larva, the water penny larva, the birch, the redhead, the white catspaw, the elephant ear, the buckeye, the king eider, the river darter, the sauger, the burning bush, the common merganser, the limpet, the More

Common names

hairlip redhorse in English
hairlip redhorse in Unknown
harelip sucker in English
Moxostoma lacerum in Catalan (Català)
Pakaprovec americký in Czech (česky)
Ristihuulikarppi in Finnish (suomen kieli)
兔唇魚 in Mandarin Chinese
兔唇鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Moxostoma
Species : Moxostoma lacerum
Authority : Jordan and Brayton, 1877