Striped jumprock

The Striped jumprock lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Nonindigenous Occurrences: Striped jumprock were probably introduced into the Yadkin (Pee Dee) drainage in North Carolina (Hocutt et al. 1986; Menhinick 1991). Means of Introduction: Unknown. Status: Established in North Carolina. Impact of Introduction: Unknown. More

Striped jumprock, Scartomyzon rupiscartes , shows apparently rapid dispersal after introduction in the upper Yadkin system. Menhinick (1991) plotted valid records for the upper South Yadkin River, the fish taken in mid-1970s. More

Striped jumprock, Scartomyzon rupiscartes Greater jumprock, Scartomyzon lachneri Brassy jumprock, Scartomyzon sp. More

Common names

Pakaprovec pruhovaný in Czech (česky)
Stribet stenspringer in Danish (dansk)
Striped jumprock in English
線紋吸口魚 in Mandarin Chinese
线纹吸口鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Catostomidae
Genus : Moxostoma
Species : Moxostoma rupiscartes
Authority : Jordan & Jenkins, 1889