The Rio Grande Shiner is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
The Rio Grande Shiner (Notropis jemezanus) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is found in Mexico and the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Notropis jemezanus. More
Arkansas River shiner Notropis girardi and Rio Grande shiner Notropis jemezanus, Pecos River, New Mexico. Texas Journal of Science 57(1):35-58. Hubbs, C. 1957. Distributional patterns of Texas fresh-water fishes. The Southwestern Naturalist 2(2/3):89-104. Hubbs, C. 1990. More
girardi and Rio Grande shiner Notropis jemezanus, Pecos River, New Mexico. More
Distribution and status of Arkansas River shiner Notropis girardi and Rio Grande shiner Notropis jemezanus, Pecos River, New Mexico.: An article from: The Texas Journal of Science Publisher: learn how customers can search inside this book. More
Rio Grande shiner (Notropis jemezanus); phantom shiner (Notropis orca); and Rio Grande bluntnose shiner (Notropis simus simus)) within the middle Rio Grande that had similar reproductive attributes, but these species are now either extinct or extirpated (Platania 1991). More
Rio Grande shiner and the speckled chub, have been extirpated from the middle Rio Grande. Studies suggest that the culprits are dams and irrigation diversions. "When species are going extinct, you know something is wrong with that river," says Smith. More
River shiner, plains minnow, red shiner, and Rio Grande shiner were collected at every location with the Pecos bluntnose shiner while speckled chub were collected in all except one (12). The modified 1981-1982 (06,07) and 1986 (11,12) data on species associations compare quite favorably (12). More