Relict dace coloration is variable, but generally dusky overall, with olive and brassy shades dorsally.
The Relict dace is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.
The relict dace Relictus solitarius, is an endangered cyprinid fish of the Great Basin of western North America. It is the sole member of its genus. Relict dace coloration is variable, but generally dusky overall, with olive and brassy shades dorsally. More
The Relict Dace (Relictus solitarius) is said to be a hardy fish that lives long in the bait bucket and when thrown out on the bank (Hubbs et al., 1974). More
Relict Dace The Relict Dace (Relictus solitarius) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is found only in the United States. See more at Wikipedia.org... More
Nonindigenous Occurrences: Forty-two relict dace were stocked into a warm-water pond at the Shoshone Ponds Natural Area southeast of Ely in White Pine County, Nevada, in 1977 (Clemmer, personal communication). More
(Eremichthys acros), and the relict dace (Relictus solitarius) are in genera found only in Nevada. Nevada’s fishes are exceptional in another respect. This is the only state with an entire family of fishes limited to its boundaries. More
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Reliktinės kuojos in Lithuanian (lietuvių kalba)
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