Cypress minnow

The Cypress minnow lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

G-Trend The cypress minnow occurs in the Ohio and Mississippi Basins from Comment southeastern Missouri, southern Illinois and southwestern Indiana downstream to the Gulf Coast, where it extends from the panhandle of Florida west to the Sabine River More

The cypress minnow and the pallid shiner haven't been collected since 1941and should be considered extirpated (Table 10). Both of these species are considered lowland species (Pflieger 1997) and their absence is probably due to habitat degradation associated with channelization of the lowland streams. More

Status of the cypress minnow, HYBOGNATHUS HAYI Jordan, in Illinois. Chicago Acad. Sci. ... 2 Cypress Minnow in Alabama Similar in appearance and distribution to the Mississippi silvery minnow, the cypress minnow has a more angular profile, ... More

silvery minnow, the cypress minnow has a more angular profile, is more compressed, and prefers quieter waters. Dace - Dace is a common name for several minnow types with small scales. More

Characteristics: The cypress minnow has a compressed body and an angular profile. More

Common names

cypress minnow in English
Jeleček Hayův in Czech (česky)
Khibognat in Russian (русский язык)
海氏突頜魚 in Mandarin Chinese
海氏突頜魚 in Unknown
海氏突颌鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
海氏突颌鱼 in Unknown

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Hybognathus
Species : Hybognathus hayi
Authority : Jordan, 1885