Duskystripe shiner

The Duskystripe shiner lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

What is the appearance of the Duskystripe Shiner? It has a white belly, a broad dark dusky-black stripe running the length of its side, an iridescent gold stripe above this, and a light olive back with a broad olive-brown stripe down the middle. More

Duskystripe shiner; Wedgespot shiner; Yellowfin shiner; Coastal shiner; Sharpnose shiner; Rosyface shiner; Topeka shiner; Sand shiner; Flagfin shiner; Mimic shiner; Phantom shiner; Blackmouth shiner; Blackchin shiner; Blacknose shiner; Sailfin shiner; Ironcolor shiner; Bridle shiner; River shiner; Bigeye shiner; Ghost shiner; Pugnose shiner; More

Bleeding and Duskystripe Shiners (Notropis zonatus and N. pilsbryi) By David L. Hall reprinted from American Currents, Oct. 1986 Note: Species now in genus Luxilus The Bleeding & Duskystripe Shiners (Notropis zonatus and N. More

Duskystripe Shiner are a great choice of patterns after a hard general rain. Cast them into the muddy shore line water and strip them out quickly then pause. Expect a violent strike during the pause. More

Common names

duskystripe shiner in English
Luxilus nádherný in Czech (česky)
皮氏閃光美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
皮氏闪光美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Luxilus
Species : Luxilus pilsbryi
Authority : Fowler, 1904