Bandfin shiner

The Bandfin shiner lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Characteristics: The bandfin shiner is among the smallest species of Luxilus, with a deep and compressed body. The dorsal fin has an oblique black band beginning much closer to the body than does that of the warpaint shiner, L. coccogenis. More

Bandfin - The bandfin shiner has a dorsal fin with an oblique black band beginning much closer to the body than does that of the warpaint shiner; the bandfin shiner body color is typically olive to steel-blue on the back, grading to a copper flush along the More

Bandfin shiner; Bandfin cardinalfish; 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 More

129 BANDFIN SHINER Notropis zonistius (Wallace, Aquar., Halawakee Creek, Lee Co., AL) 61.29 BIGEYE SHINER Notropis boops (Johnson 1987 plate 4.4 by Roston, u/w) 62.22 BIGMOUTH BUFFALO Ictiobus cyprinellus (Pflieger, Museum, 6. More

Aggregations of the bandfin shiner, Notropia sonistius, were observed spawning over the nests of Campostoma pauciradii and Nocomia leptocephalus in two small streams in the Chattahoochee River drainage. More

bandfin shiner bandfin shiner (Luxilus zonistius) Page IndexIntroduction | | Links Click here to find some convenient links. More

Common names

bandfin shiner in English
Luxilus apalachicolský in Czech (česky)
条纹闪光美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
條紋閃光美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Luxilus
Species : Luxilus zonistius
Authority : Jordan, 1880