Black-stripe minnow

The Black-stripe minnow lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The black-stripe minnow (Galaxiella nigrostriata) is a species of fish in the Galaxiidae family. It is endemic to Western Australia. More

nigrostriata (Pisces: Galaxiidae) black-stripe minnow populations in seasonal wetlands of south-western Australia" * Ryan Sawyer (2007-) (M.Sc.) "Acid sulfate soil impacts on stormwater treatment wetlands" Previous student projects include the following. More

The black-stripe minnow, endemic to WA, is dying out as the city's water table declines from excessive use and climate change. The fish was once found in abundance throughout the South-West, but populations in Perth are in severe decline. More

black-stripe minnow, live in small, tannin-stained and acidic pools that often become completely dry in summer, habitats which are equally extreme. Behavior - Published works describing the behavior of osmeriform species are scarce. More

Common names

Black-stripe minnow in English
Razbořice Rouleova in Czech (česky)
罗氏黑线 in Mandarin Chinese
羅氏黑線 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Atrilinea
Species : Atrilinea roulei
Authority : Wu, 1931