Knapp Creek in Pocahontas County, West Virginia is home to a population known colloquially as the Knapp Creek Candy Darter.
The candy darter (Etheostoma osburni) is endemic to the New River drainage of West Virginia and Virginia. Etheostoma osburni is a species of special concern in West Virginia. Recently, a closely related species, the variegate darter (E. More
Does this list fed listed as well? Why isn't candy darters on there? What about tangerine darters? Thanks uland I am a darter man * Top Of Page Top * Back to top * Reply Icon MultiQuote More
Candy darter; Candy basslet; Fantail darter; Fountain darter; Swamp darter; Slough darter; Christmas darter; Turquoise darter; Choctawhatchee darter; Brown darter; Sharphead darter; Coppercheek darter; Boulder darter; Redfin darter; Banded darter; Striated darter; Gulf darter; Iowa darter; Spotted darter; Yoke darter; Okaloosa darter; More
of the candy darter throughout its entire range in the state. To date, approximately 40 of 50 historic candy darter sites (i.e., localities established prior to 1980) have been visited. More
Candy DarterThis fish has the general shape of a yellow perch, as it should since it is a member of the perch family, Percidae . More