Roundnose minnow

The Roundnose minnow lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 7.4 - 8.1, dH range: 7 - 20 environment.

Guadalupe roundnose minnow is unknown. Factors impacting these species include present and future potential threats from habitat degradation, introduced species, and decreased water quality and quantity. More

episcopa, the roundnose minnow, and Astyanax mexicanus, the Mexican tetra, from the San Marcos and Comal Rivers, Texas. M.A. Thesis, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos. Kuehne, R.A. 1955. Stream surveys of the Guadalupe and San Antonio Rivers. Texas Game and Fish Com., IF Report Ser. More

roundnose minnow Dionda episcopa Identificaiton and Information for the Freshwater fishes of Texas ... Dionda – from the Greek Dione, the mother of Venus ... 2 Dionda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dionda argentosa Manantial roundnose minnow ... More

Guadalupe roundnose minnow Dionda nigrotaeniata Identification and Information for Texas Fishes ... Dionda nigrotaeniata is apparently an ecological equivalent ... 2 Dionda - Encyclopedia of Life Dionda (Dionda) in Encyclopedia of Life ... More

Roundnose minnows (Dionda episcopa) in the pond at Rattlesnake Springs. NPS Photo by Kristin Dorman-Johnson Roundnose minnows (Dionda episcopa) in the pond at Rattlesnake Springs. Five species of fish have been found at Rattlesnake Springs. More

Common names

carpa obispa in Spanish (español)
Dionda oblorypá in Czech (česky)
roundnose minnow in English
Rundnasen-Minnow in German (Deutsch)
圆吻鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
圓吻鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Dionda
Species : Dionda episcopa
Authority : Girard, 1856