Virgin river chub

The Gila seminuda is restricted to the Virgin River in Arizona, Nevada, and Utah.

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The Virgin river chub lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Virgin River chub is Federally listed as an endangered species. Virgin River chub are opportunistic feeders, consuming zooplankton, aquatic insect larvae, other invertebrates, debris, and algae. More

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The Virgin River chub and woundfin are listed as endangered. Both species occur within the area designated as critical habitat. The designation includes portions of the Virgin River in Utah, Arizona, and Nevada. We are designating 140.1 kilometers (km) (87. More

Resources started stocking 6,400 Virgin River chub and 2,500 woundfin into the stream - the only place in the world where both of the rare fish live. More

The Virgin River chub is medium-sized silvery minnow that was listed as endangered in 1989 and is now found in 65 percent of its historical range. More

* Studies of the Virgin River chub and woundfin * Small mammal studies * Bat monitoring * Vegetation and plant studies These research projects help quantify water resources and set the stage for future More

The Virgin River Chub is an endangered fish that lives in Arizona. Its color is silver with gold fins. Its size is less than 5 inches long. The chub eats insects and smaller fish. It lives in pools on the Virgin River. More

approximately 6,000 Virgin River chub were stocked into the Virgin River below the Johnson Diversion. The stocked fish with the exception of woundfin stocked in June 2003 have been market with VIE (Visual Implant Elastomer) or coded wire tags. More

including, woundfin, Virgin River chub, Virgin spinedace, flannelmouth sucker, desert sucker, speckled dace, and Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Many of these species are endangered or are considered sensitive species within the State of Utah. More

Common names

Virgin chub in English
virgin river chub in English

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Gila
Species : Gila seminuda
Authority : Cope & Yarrow, 1875