Warner sucker

The Warner Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

The Warner sucker lives in the demersal, potamodromous, freshwater environment.

The Warner sucker Catostomus warnerensis is endemic to the Warner Basin of southeastern Oregon and northeastern Nevada. The species was formerly abundant and widely distributed in the basin. More

The Warner Sucker (Catostomus warnerensis) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family. It is found only in the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Catostomus warnerensis. More

The Warner sucker (Catostomus warnerensis) is endemic to the Warner Basin, located in south-central Oregon. More

The Warner sucker is endemic to the Warner Basin, located in south-central Oregon, extreme north-east California, and extreme north-west Nevada. More

AND LAWS: The Warner sucker (Catostomus warnerensis) has been designated a Threatened species pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (50 CFR 17.11; P.L. 93-205, 87 Stat. 884; 16 U.S.C. 1531-1540), as amended. More

(spawning run?) of Warner suckers in a canal north of Hart Lake was estimated at 1,316 individuals during 1979 (Coombs et al 1979). In most habitats. the Warner sucker is rare, although aggregations of spawning adults or young-of-the-year may be encountered. More

Species Summary: Catostomus warnerensis Warner sucker, You can sponsor this page, ... http://www.fishbase.org/identification/specieslist.cfm?famcode=125&areacode= Family - Search Result: ...tn_Capla_u2.gif Catostomus platyrhynchus , tn_Cawar_u0.jpg Catostomus warnerensis . ... Catostomus warnerensis, Warner sucker, 35.0 TL. ... http://www.benthos.org/database/allnabstracts. More

The Warner sucker was listed in September of 1985 (50 FR 39117), and critical habitat was designated at that time. More

We visually censused Warner sucker cohorts in a low gradient stream reach and determined microhabitat use from random availability data. For above-water visual censuses (AVC), we counted aggregations while slowly wading through Honey Creek three times both years. More

Warner sucker; Marlin sucker; Hog sucker; Sacramento sucker; Largescale sucker; Bluehead sucker; Yaqui sucker; Opata sucker; Bavispe sucker; Flannelmouth sucker; Sucker head; Razorback sucker; Blue sucker; Desert sucker; Tahoe sucker; Cahita sucker; Longnose sucker; White sucker; Spotted sucker; Eel sucker; Sonora More

Recovery plan for the native fishes of the Warner Basin and Alkali Subbasin : Warner sucker (threatened) Catostomus warnerensis, Hutton tui chub (threatened) Gila bicolor ssp., Foskett speckled dace (threatened) Rhinichthys osculus ssp. More

Subbasin : Warner sucker (threatened) Catostomus warnerensis, Hutton tui chub (threatened) Gila bicolor ssp. More

incidental take of Warner sucker in the form of direct mortality, harm and harass or impairment of biological patterns. More

The threatened status for the Warner sucker was published on September 27, 1985 (50FR39117). Critical habitat is designated (50FR39122) and includes: sections of Twelvemile and Twentymile Creeks; Spillway Canal north of Hart Lake; Snyder and Honey Creeks (Table 2). More

stream-resident Warner sucker (Catostomus warnerensis) in Warner Basin, Oregon, USA. American Midland Naturalist 156:400-404. Kennedy, T.B. and W. R. Haag. In press. Using morphometrics to identify glochidia from a diverse freshwater mussel community. More

Common names

Catostomus warnerensis in Catalan (Català)
Pakaprovec warnerský in Czech (česky)
warner sucker in English
瓦伦亚口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦伦亚口鱼 in Unknown
瓦倫亞口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦倫亞口魚 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Catostomus
Species : Catostomus warnerensis
Authority : Snyder, 1908