Roundtail chub

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* States/US Territories in which the Pahranagat Roundtail chub is known to occur: Nevada * For more information: More

the roundtail chub (Gila robusta) in the Lower Colorado River basin, and to list the headwater chub (G. nigra) as endangered or threatened under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). More

roundtail chub in the lower Colorado River basin, as explained below, but that listing is warranted for the headwater chub. More

The Roundtail Chub (Gila robusta) is a cyprinid fish of the Colorado River drainage including the Gila River and the Rio Yaqui in western North America. Part of the “robusta complex”, which includes the Gila robusta robusta, G.r. grahami, and G.r. seminuda. More

AND LAWS: The Pahranagat roundtail chub (Gila robusta jordani) has been designated Endangered pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (50 CFR 17.11; P.L. 93-205, 87 Stat. 884; 16 U.S.C. 1531-1540), as amended. The subspecies has this status wherever found including the State of Nevada. More

Roundtail chub were documented in nearly 11% (17 of 160) of the reaches sampled (Figure 3). They were only found in the Blacks Fork drainage, including the Hams Fork and Muddy Creek. More

First-ever roundtail chub seasonal fishery on Fossil Creek Location: Arizona - FLAGSTAFF - Get your spinning gear and fly rods ready for the grand opening on Oct. More

fish found in that stretch aren't roundtail chub, (at right) but the less-common headwater chub, (below left) a species the Center for Biological Diversity says is off-limits for sport fishing. More

The roundtail chub and headwater chub are valuable indicators of ecosystem health in the Southwest’s rivers. In severe decline, they now occupy just a fraction of their historic ranges, so the Center is campaigning to get them recognized after long neglect. More

The roundtail chub is olive gray to silver with a lighter-colored belly. They can reach up to 20 inches in length. HABITAT: The fish are found in warm streams and large rivers, usually in habitats with slow-flowing water adjacent to areas of faster water. More

The 9- to 14-inch roundtail chub (Gila robusta) is an olive-gray to silver minnow with a lighter belly. More

Status review on Roundtail chub underway by FWS in Colorado River basin Category Federal Register Bookmark : Technorati Digg This Add To Furl Add To YahooMyWeb Add To Reddit Add To NewsVine 74 Fed. Reg. 9205 (Tuesday, Mar. More

Caption: Roundtail chub, Gila elegans, in the Gibb Laboratory at Northern Arizona University. More

roundtail chub to the list of ESA-protected species, solicit independent scientific peer review of the proposal, seek input from the public, and consider the input before a final decision about listing the species is made. More

12-Month Finding on a Petition to List a Distinct Population of the Roundtail Chub (Gila robusta) in the Lower Colorado River Basin; Proposed Rule Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 12-Month Finding on a Petition to List a Distinct Population of the Roundtail Chub (Gila robusta) in the Lower Colorado River Basin U.S. More

status review for the roundtail chub in the lower Colorado River basin. The assessment will inform the Service’s determination of whether the roundtail chub in the lower basin qualifies as a distinct population and warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act. More

The roundtail chub, however, has additional challenges. On average, the fish doesn’t reach sexual maturity until age 6, and reduced habitats means isolated populations with limited genetic material for the next generation. More

The roundtail chub once filled the ecological role that trout now account for throughout the myriad tributaries of the Colorado River. More

prairie dog, a fish known as the roundtail chub, a tree found in the Mariana Islands, and several other species. More

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Gila
Species : Gila minacae
Authority : Baird and Girard, 1853