The deer toe is found throughout the Mississippi river system and in the the St. Lawrence system. Its range extends from western Pennsylvania to Michigan and Minnesota, south though eastern Iowa, eastern Kansas, eastern Texas, through Louisiana, Alabama and Tennessee. In the lower peninsula in western Michigan, T. truncata is found in the Grand River system, the Kalamazoo and Black and St. Joseph (Lake Michigan) Rivers. In the southeastern part of the state it is found in Lake Erie and tributaries, including the Belle, Black, Huron, and Raisin Rivers.

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