|Abundance||common (usually seen)||Ref.||Page, L.M. and B.M. Burr, 2011|
Known from the Great Lakes and Mississippi River basins from western New York and Wisconsin, south to Alabama, Louisiana and eastern Texas, USA; Gulf Coast drainages from Mobile Bay in Georgia and Alabama, to Sabine River in Louisiana, USA. Introduced to Escambia River system in Florida and Alabama (Ref. 86798). Common to abundant (Ref. 86798); abundant in northern part of the range, common in the southern part (Ref. 5723). Recorded from the southern Great Lakes drainage and in eastern Mississippi River tributaries from northern Illinois south through the Ohio, Cumberland, and Tennessee drainages, and in the upper Mobile Basin; also found in western Mississippi River tributaries from northeastern Missouri south through the White and middle Arkansas river systems of Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma (Ref. 10294).
|States/Provinces||Alabama (native), Arkansas (native), Florida (introduced), Georgia (native), Illinois (native), Indiana (native), Kentucky (native), Louisiana (native), Michigan (native), Mississippi (native), Missouri (native), New York (native), Ohio (native), Oklahoma (native), Pennsylvania (native), Tennessee (native), Texas (native), Virginia (native), West Virginia (native), Wisconsin (native)|