Lake chubsucker

The Lake chubsucker lives in the demersal, freshwater, pH range: 7.0 - 7.5, dH range: 15 environment.

Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) Chubsuckers are small fish, usually 10 inches or less, and greenish bronze colored. Their lips are not as fleshy as those of the white sucker. More

TN00066 LAKE CHUBSUCKER ERIMYZON SUCETTA Tennessee Animal Biogeographic System TABS = version 4/2000 Taxonomy - Species ID More

Well suited as a bottom-roving predator, the lake chubsucker has a flattened head, a humped back and enlarged pectorals that aid in the quick pursuit of prey. More

Lake chubsucker-Erimyzon sucetta - Native: Yes State Rank: SX ITIS Code: 163922 More

Lake chubsuckers feed on copepods, cladocerans, and chironomid (aquatic insects) larvae found on the bottom. The lake chubsucker is found in natural lakes and slow-water sections of large streams. More

Michigan, lake chubsucker had a toleration level of approximately 0.4-0.3 ppm (Cooper and Washburn 1949). Biology Spawning season: Based on laboratory studies, March to May (later stage larvae prefer temperatures of 28-34 degrees C; Negus et al. More

The lake chubsucker is a medium-sized fish, averaging 8-10 inches in length. It has a stubby body, large scales, a suctorial mouth, a short and blunt snout and small eyes located towards the top of the head. More

Western Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) The Lake Chubsucker is one of Ohio?s rarer fish. More

of lake chubsuckers is dark bronze, brown or olive on the upper surfaces and lighter bronze over the sides, with the undersides whitish. Life History and Ecology: Lake chubsuckers are omnivores, feeding upon both plants and animals. More

the lake chubsucker, with which it is occasionally found. As the common name implies, the dorsal fin is sharply pointed, while that of the lake chubsucker is rounded in profile. More

Characteristics: The lake chubsucker has a deeper body and reaches a larger adult size than the creek chubsucker, Erimyzon oblongus. Maximum body depth generally goes 3.2 or fewer times into standard length. More

Features: The Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) is a small sucker (usually less than 25 cm long) with a blunt snout and small, downwards directed mouth which is typical of suckers. It prefers marshes and lakes with clear, still waters and abundant aquatic plants. More

Distinguishing characteristics: The lake chubsucker can be distinguished by its lack of a lateral line, its more posteriorly placed anal fin (distance from front of anal fin to caudal base contained more than 2. More

Common names

Juovaimukarppi in Finnish (suomen kieli)
lake chubsucker in English
Pakaprovec jezerní in Czech (česky)
Saugdöbel in German (Deutsch)
Sø-sugedøbel in Danish (dansk)
北美吸口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
北美吸口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Erimyzon
Species : Erimyzon sucetta
Authority : Lacep