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well a blue catfish and a channel cat is to different species of catfish but there are both male and female blue catfish and Channel catfish

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Male channel catfish have bigger heads then female.

bullheads, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and blue catfish.

some species are but some like blue catfish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and bullheads are edible and delicious.

No..Fish normally will not hybridize in the wild.

First you are naming 3 different species,BlueChannelShovelhead/FlatheadCatfish are scavengers and if the shovel is small enough and the channel is big/hungry enough I would say Yes.www.southernohiopaylakes.proboards.comHope this helps

catfish is just a general name for all catfish, and there are many species of catfish including the channel catfish, the blue catfish, and the bullhead.

The channel cat is a species of catfish, correctly called channel catfish.

channel cat fish, which is the most common, blue catfish. flathead catfish,yellow bull head, theres way more than six, there's also forktail catfish, bull head, great blue catfish and many more

There are many fish in the catfish family, but here is a list of selected common species; Blue catfish-Ictalurus Furcatatus, Channel catfish-Ictalurus Punctatus, White catfish-Ameiurus Catus, Flathead Catfish-Pylodictis Olivaris.

Blue cats get much bigger than channel cats. They also have a different fin and color pattern to them with the blue's being a light shad of blue.You can check the site listed below for more information,www.southernohiopaylakes.forumotion.comHope this helps

Channel catfish have ancestry links from many river systems

Most species do..Some are..Blue, channel, bullheads, wels.

I'm not a real expert but i have two catfish and one is ligther than they other one and i think that's the male

The channel catfish is blue with a light belly. Its average weight is 2 to 5 pounds but it may reach 50 pounds or more. ChaCha!

Catfish are fresh water fish and they hide in the mud. There are several saltwater catfish species, and these are sometimes prey for ospreys, pelicans, gannets, and boobies. Many catfish species, like blue catfish and channel catfish, and flatheads, are predatory, feeding mainly on fishes.

Young channel catfish are eaten by large predatory aquatic inseccts and fish such as bluegills and large mouth bass and other catfish. Because of the long sharp spines, largr channel catfish have fewer predators.

What channel catfish do is they get close to you and bite you they live in rivers and lakes especially muddy water

The average lifespan of a Channel Catfish is usually between 14 and 25 years.

yes they did discover the blue catfish

Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) is a freshwater species.

The Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) is a fresh water fish exclusively.

because regular cats have babys and sometimes the male cat eats the babys, South American Red tailed Catfish eat Corydoras Tiger Shovelnose eat small pleco and corydoras channel catfish eat flagtail and porthole cats

Male catfish are smaller and narrower than a female catfish. The head of a male catfish is usually much larger then a female's head. Female catfish are wider than males in the belly area, which is needed for carrying her eggs. The female catfish is also much rounder than a male catfish, Male catfish have longer dorsal fins and are much more colourful than a female.

Blue catfish can sometimes grow to over 100 pounds.

There are many fish in the catfish family, but here is a list of select species:Blue catfish - Ictalurus furcatatusChannel catfish - Ictalurus punctatusWhite catfish - Ameiurus catusFlathead catfish - Pylodictis olivarisWels catfish - Silurus glanisStriped eel-catfish - Plotosus lineatusGlass catfish - Kryptopterus bicirrhisBlack walking catfish - Clarias angolensisStringing catfish - Heteropneustes fossilisElectric catfish - Malapterurus electricusBlotched upsidedown catfish - Synodontis nigriventrisPictus cat - Pimelodus pictus