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Catostomus
Catostomus commersonii
Catostomus catostomus
Classificació científica
Regne: Animalia
Fílum: Chordata
Classe: Actinopterygii
Ordre: Cypriniformes
Família: Catostomidae
Gènere: Catostomus
(Lesueur, 1817)[1]
Espècies

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Catostomus és un gènere de peixos de la família dels catostòmids i de l'ordre dels cipriniformes.[2]

Depredadors[modifica | modifica el codi]

Catostomus catostomus i Catostomus commersoni són depredats per Coregonus clupeaformis.[3]

Distribució geogràfica[modifica | modifica el codi]

Es troba a Nord-amèrica: el Canadà (les conques fluvials àrtiques des de la Colúmbia Britànica[4][5][6] fins a Alberta),[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][15] els Estats Units (entre d'altres, Washington,[19] Wyoming, Oregon,[20][21] Idaho, Nevada,[22] Califòrnia, Utah, Arizona, Nou Mèxic,[23] Colorado, Pennsilvània,[24] Illinois,[25] Tennessee,[26] Carolina del Nord i Nova York)[27] i Mèxic (com ara, Sonora, Durango i Zacatecas), incloent-hi les conques dels Grans Llacs d'Amèrica del Nord,[28] Missouri,[29] del llac Bonneville, del llac June i dels rius Snake, Yaqui, Colorado,[30] Gila, Fraser,[31] Columbia,[22][32][33] Missouri, Saskatchewan, Sacramento, Bravo,[34] Sonora, Klamath,[35] Siuslaw, Hudson i Sant Llorenç.[36][37][38][39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46][47][48][49]

Espècies[modifica | modifica el codi]

Estat de conservació[modifica | modifica el codi]

Catostomus bernardini, Catostomus cahita, Catostomus conchos, Catostomus leopoldi, Catostomus microps, Catostomus santaanae, Catostomus snyderi, Catostomus warnerensis i Catostomus wigginsi apareixen a la Llista Vermella de la UICN.[79][80]

Referències[modifica | modifica el codi]

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