According to research performed at Mississippi State University, albino channel catfish are a rare find in the wild. However, an appreciated aquarium fish, the albino is very popul...
Rafinesque first described the channel catfish from the Ohio River in 1818 as Silurus punctatus. This name was changed by later workers to the currently valid Ictalurus punctatus. The genus name, Ictalurus, comes from the Greek "ichtys"...
Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) is North America's most numerous catfish
species. It is the official fish of Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska,and Tennessee,
CHANNEL CATFISH. Physical Description. Channel catfish are the most
common of the freshwater catfish and can be easily identified because of their ...
On May 23, 1997, the channel catfish
was designated as the official fish of Missouri . The catfish
does not rely on sight to find its food; instead it uses cat-like whiskers to assist in the hunt. Adults are normally 12 to 32 inches long and weigh from a half-pound to... More »
Channel Catfish are one of the largest fish found in Northern Virginia. They can
grow to almost four feet long and up to 50 pounds, however they are usually ...
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Channel catfish have smooth scales that are speckled, with a darker back to a
light whitish belly. Their colors can vary from blue, to black, or olive. Generally in