Devils River minnow

The Devil's River Minnow is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

The Devils River minnow lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Devils River minnow (Dionda diaboli Hubbs and Brown) is a small fish in the minnow family (Cyprinidae). More

of Critical Habitat for the Devils River Minnow in Kinney County, featuring experts from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). More

In just about 50 years, the Devils River minnow has gone from being one of the most abundant native fishes in southern Texas to one of the rarest fishes in the world. More

DESCRIPTION: A small fish, the Devils River minnow reaches lengths of only about two inches. More

additional Devils River minnow populations within the historic range, specifically in Las Moras Creek; and (3) to maintain genetic reserves of Devils River minnow through captive propagation. The U.S. More

watershed in which the Devils River Minnow is found may satisfy the requirements of the lawsuit. More

the Devils River Minnow in San Felipe Creek. Earlier this month, Dr. Dan Foley, associate professor of biology at Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College, and colleagues from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sampled five sites on San Felipe Creek. More

Department biologist who has studied the Devils River Minnow in San Felipe Creek for the past 30 years. "Biologically, it's a great loss." Garrett, his wife Linda and Dr. More

Devils River minnow is a small fish with a known distribution limited More

Devils River minnow (Dionda diaboli) under section 4 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Act). More

(3) Information on the status of the Devils River minnow in Sycamore Creek and Las Moras Creek watersheds and information that indicates whether or not these areas should be considered essential to the conservation of the species; (4) Land use designations and current or planned activities in the More

The Devils River minnow depends on the constant clean flow of spring waters and is at extreme risk from habitat loss and degradation caused by spring flow declines, water pollution and impacts from introduced, non-native species. More

Conservation Groups Push for Devils River Minnow Habitat Protection Endangered listing and critical habitat designation sought from Fish and Wildlife Service Contact: Robert Corbin, private landowner: (512) 632-0314 Dr. More

Devils River minnow due to habitat loss from dam construction, spring dewatering and other stream modifications. More

Common names

carpa diabla in Spanish (español)
Devil's River Minnow in English
Devils River minnow in English
Dionda ďábelská in Czech (česky)
Dionda diaboli in Catalan (Català)
德維爾斯圓吻鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
德維爾斯圓吻鱥 in Unknown
德维尔斯圆吻鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
德维尔斯圆吻鱥 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Dionda
Species : Dionda diaboli
Authority : Hubbs and Brown, 1957