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Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Cypriniformes
Family: Catostomidae Suckers
Subfamily: Catostominae
Genus: Thoburnia

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3 species (see list below)

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North America
Max. Length 17 cm TL

 
Thoburnia atripinnis
[Blackfin sucker]
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North America
Max. Length 18 cm TL

 
Thoburnia hamiltoni
[Rustyside sucker]

Photo by Seelig, C.

North America
Max. Length 18 cm TL
Thoburnia rhothoeca (Thoburn, 1896)

Photo by Seelig, C.
 
Thoburnia rhothoeca
[Torrent sucker]
3 Species of Family Catostomidae with Genus Thoburnia
(Suckers)
Sort by: Species Length Year
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Year Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm)
1959 Thoburnia atripinnis Blackfin sucker North America 17 TL
1946 Thoburnia hamiltoni Rustyside sucker North America 18 TL
1896 Thoburnia rhothoeca Torrent sucker North America 18 TL



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