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Aquatic Species Not Allowed in Saskatchewan

Prohibited aquatic animals

The following non-native species post a threat to Saskatchewan's natural resources and cannot be possessed, transported or sold:

  • Asian clam
  • Asian tapeworm
  • Channeled applesnail
  • Chinese mitten crab
  • Conrad's false mussel
  • Faucet snail
  • Fishhook waterflea
  • Freshwater jellyfish
  • Marbled crayfish
  • New Zealand mudsnail
  • Northern snakehead
  • Quagga mussel
  • Round goby
  • Rusty crayfish
  • Silver carp
  • Spiny waterflea
  • Zebra mussel

Learn more about aquatic invasive species.

Aquatic invasive species in Saskatchewan and neighbouring jurisdictions

Aquatic invasive species that pose a threat to Saskatchewan waters have been discovered in nearby provinces and states. Constant vigilance and prevention will help keep these invasive species out of our provinces, lakes and waterways.

Aquatic invasive species in Saskatchewan and neighbouring jurisdictions

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