Images of catfish placed in Ictalurus

Ictalurus anguilla
Type: [Large] upl_231738.tif [8984948] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Raredon, Sandra J. on 2008-01-27
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus anguilla
USNM 48788 Holotype
Standard Length: 330 mm
photo, dorsal view
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Ictalurus anguilla
Type: [Large] upl_577531.tif [3489124] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Raredon, Sandra J. on 2009-08-21
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus anguilla
USNM 48788 Holotype
Standard Length: 330 mm
x-ray lateral
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Ictalurus anguilla
Type: [Large] upl_577530.tif [2656884] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Raredon, Sandra J. on 2009-08-21
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus anguilla
USNM 48788 Holotype
Standard Length: 330 mm
x-ray dorsal
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Ictalurus anguilla
Type: [Large] upl_231741.tif [8930072] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Raredon, Sandra J. on 2008-01-27
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus anguilla
USNM 48788 Holotype
Standard Length: 330 mm
photo, ventral view
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Ictalurus anguilla
Type: [Large] upl_231740.tif [5473760] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Raredon, Sandra J. on 2008-01-27
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus anguilla
USNM 48788 Holotype
Standard Length: 330 mm
photo, lateral view
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Ictalurus furcatus
No voucher: [Large] [Zoom] upl_97605.jpg [595991] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Sabaj, Mark Henry on 2005-05-15
Photographed by: unknown
Ictalurus furcatus
Standard Length: 0 mm
Locality: Chickamauga Lake, Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, USA
Angler: Zachary Lovelady; fish weight 109 lb 12 oz, pending record blue catfish

Ictalurus okeechobeensis
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_46040.jpg [1221056] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Luckenbill, Kyle on 2004-08-26
Photographed by: Luckenbill, Kyle
Ictalurus okeechobeensis
ANSP 8443 Holotype
Standard Length: 427 mm
right lateral view
Copyright Kyle Luckenbill, Academy of Natural Sciences, All Rights Reserved
Ictalurus okeechobeensis
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_46039.jpg [2686747] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Luckenbill, Kyle on 2004-08-26
Photographed by: Luckenbill, Kyle
Ictalurus okeechobeensis
ANSP 8443 Holotype
Standard Length: 427 mm
ventral view
Copyright Kyle Luckenbill, Academy of Natural Sciences, All Rights Reserved
Ictalurus okeechobeensis
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_46037.jpg [2043610] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Luckenbill, Kyle on 2004-08-26
Photographed by: Luckenbill, Kyle
Ictalurus okeechobeensis
ANSP 8443 Holotype
Standard Length: 427 mm
dorsal view
Copyright Kyle Luckenbill, Academy of Natural Sciences, All Rights Reserved
Ictalurus punctatus
No voucher: [Large] [Zoom] upl_232418.jpg [530095] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Vitule, Jean Ricardo Simões on 2008-02-08
Photographed by: Vitule, Jean Ricardo Simões
Ictalurus punctatus
Standard Length: 620 mm
Locality: It is popular in the local ponds, and fish farmers began using this species in sport fish ponds (in Brazil named as pesque-pague = ‘fish-and-pay’), stimulating an increase in the number of such ponds. Unfortunately, the catfish ponds do not have any protective apparatus to avoid the escape of species, resulting in the invasion of this species into rivers.
Alien fish in Brazilian Atlantic Rain Forest, Paranaguá, Paraná, BR. A new and potentially serious threat to the Atlantic Forest of South America
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Ictalurus punctatus
No voucher: [Large] [Zoom] upl_232420.jpg [583571] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Vitule, Jean Ricardo Simões on 2008-02-08
Photographed by: Vitule, Jean Ricardo Simões
Ictalurus punctatus
Standard Length: 620 mm
Locality: The local fish farmers began using this species in sport fish ponds (in Brazil named as pesque-pague = ‘fish-and-pay’) stimulating an increase in the number of such ponds. Unfortunately, the catfish ponds do not have any protective apparatus to avoid the escape of species, resulting in the invasion of this species into rivers.
Alien fish into the Atlantic Forest of South America is one of the richest and endangered ecosystems on the planet. Captured in to Guaraguaçu River, Paranguá, Paraná, BR.
Copyright©Jean Ricardo Simões Vitule, All Rights Reserved.
Ictalurus serracanthus
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_645014.jpg [1346845] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Sabaj, Mark Henry on 2006-12-13
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus serracanthus
USNM 231711 Holotype
Standard Length: 131 mm
dorsal view
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Ictalurus serracanthus
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_645016.jpg [1925266] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Sabaj, Mark Henry on 2006-12-13
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus serracanthus
USNM 231711 Holotype
Standard Length: 131 mm
ventral view
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Ictalurus serracanthus
Type: [Large] [Zoom] upl_645009.jpg [1700198] Approved=Yes
Submission by: Sabaj, Mark Henry on 2006-12-13
Photographed by: Raredon, Sandra J.
Ictalurus serracanthus
USNM 231711 Holotype
Standard Length: 131 mm
lateral view
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