Red river shiner

Red River Shiner is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Notropis.

Distribution of the Red River Shiner, Notropis bairdi, in the Arkansas River Drainage - Geffery R. Luttrell, David M. Underwood, and William L. More

ecological preferences exhibited by the Red River shiner (Notropis bairdi), a species endemic to the Red River drainage, suggest that it competes with the Arkansas River Shiner for food and other essential life requisites (Cross et al. 1983; Felley and Cothran 1981). More

* Red River Shiner (Notropis bairdi) — Hubbs & Ortenburger, 1929 * Bridle Shiner (Notropis bifrenatus) — (Cope, 1867) * River Shiner (Notropis blennius) — (Girard, 1856) * Bigeye Shiner (Notropis boops) — Gilbert, 1884 More

native range by the Red River shiner Notropis bairdi (Gilbert, personal communication). Lee et al. (1980 et seq.) noted that the specimen taken from Washita Creek, Oklahoma, presumably represented an introduction. More

Distribution of the Red River shiner, Notropis bairdi, in the Arkansas River drainage. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 75:61-62.. Marshall, C.L. 1978. The distribution of Notropis bairdi along the Cimarron River in Logan County, Oklahoma. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 58:109. More

from the Red River shiner, an introduced species. The Center for Biological Diversity is a science-based environmental advocacy organization headquartered in Tucson, Arizona. The Center was founded in 1989, has more than 6,000 members and maintains offices in New Mexico, Arizona, California and Washington. More

controlling Red River shiners in the Cimarron River. If control or eradication is feasible, a control program will likely be implemented. More

Competition from the Red River shiner, an introduced species, also threatens the Arkansas River shiner. The Service is committed to working with state and local governments, conservation and producer groups, private landowners and others to develop a recovery plan to conserve the Arkansas River shiner. More

Red River shiner Notropis bairdi also contributed to diminished distribution and abundance in the Cimarron River. Incidental capture of the Arkansas River shiner during pursuit of commercial bait fish species also may contribute to reduced population sizes. More

Red River Shiner - Notropis bairdi* River Shiner - Notropis blennius Bigeye Shiner - Notropis boops Ghost Shiner - Notropis buchanani Bigmouth Shiner - Hybopsis dorsalis Arkansas River Shiner - Notropis girardi Blacknose Shiner - Notropis heterolepis More

1%), Red River shiner Notropis bairdi (9.9%), mosquitofish Gambusia affinis (5.4%), plains killifish Fundulus zebrinus (4.7%), emerald shiner Notropis atherinoides (4.5%), Red River pupfish Cyprindon rubrofluviatilis (4.4%), bullhead minnow Pimephales vigilax (1.7%), fathead minnow Pimephales promelas (1. More

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Notropis
Species : Notropis bairdi
Authority : Hubbs and Ortenburger, 1929