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Species of ictalurid catfishes with an adnexed (free) adipose fin have presented identification problems, and consequently may subvert zoogeographic studies. This study examined new and preexisting records of catfishes in Virginia, North Carolina and other eastern states. Diagnostic characters are emphasized for distinguishing various species and their distribution.
North Carolina’s river drainages continue to lose their faunal distinctiveness as nonnative fish species establish themselves and expand their distributions. In the Pee Dee River drainage of North Carolina and Virginia, thirty-four fish species, including three species of suckers, are nonindigenous.