River shiner

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

The River shiner lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Arkansas River shiner hasn’t been seen in Arkansas since 1988 — in fact, it’s presumed to have become extinct in that state. Even back in 1952, when it was first extensively collected from the mainstem Arkansas River, it was suspected to be in decline. More

only been a few collections of the Arkansas River shiner in Kansas since the 1980s. It might still occur in Kansas in the Cimarron River. More

river shiner, including today’s critical habitat designation, are estimated to range from $15 to $33 million annually. Areas designated as critical habitat include approximately 523 miles (856 kilometers) of rivers. In addition, all adjacent riparian areas within 300 feet (91. More

Arkansas River shiner (Notropis girardi) - Kingdom: Animalia Class: Actinopterygii Order: Cypriniformes Family: Cyprinidae Listing Status: Quick links:Federal RegisterRecoveryCritical HabitatConservation PlansPetitionsLife HistoryOther Resources Lead Region: Southwest Region (Region 2) More

River Shiner (Notropis blennius) = A SINC Status River Shiner River Shiner 48. More

ARKANSAS RIVER SHINER (Notropis girardi) = KANSAS: Endangered FEDERAL: Threatened Arkansas River Shiner Photo by Garold Sneegas SPECIES DESCRIPTION This small (usually less than 2 inches) shiner is More

Arkansas River shiner critical habitat litigation and rulemaking Attachments: AR_Shiner_CH_Unit_1_to_4_Overview_c.jpg ars_overview_96dpi_S.jpg arkansas_river_shiner_FINAL_s.jpg ARS CH Comments Memo transmittal letter- PDF (00017442).PDF ARS CH Comments Memo - PDF (00017443). More

Arkansas River shiner no longer in river = U.S. More

Occurrence of the Arkansas River shiner, Notropis girardi Hubbs and Ortenburger, in the Red River System. The Southwestern Naturalist 14(3):370. Cross, F.B., O.T. Gorman, and S.G. Haslouer. 1983. More

The river shiner (Notropis blennius Girard), listed as N. jejunus by Woolman (1896), was collected from the Red, Pembina, Forest, and Red Lake rivers where it was common in the samples (Fig. A29). More

possible designation of the Arkansas River shiner (Notropis girardi) as an endangered species had ended in November 1998 when the U.S. More

"As a threatened species, the Arkansas River shiner is already protected under the Endangered Species Act wherever it occurs within the Arkansas River Drainage Basin," said Nancy Kaufman, the Service More

characteristics and oocyte size of the river shiner Notropis blennius (Girard) in the upper Mississippi River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17(1):85-92. Hubbs, C. 1954. Corrected distributional records for Texas fresh-water fishes. Texas Journal of Science 1954(3):277-291. Hubbs, C. 1957. More

River shiner-Notropis blennius - Native: Yes State Rank: SNR ITIS Code: 163429 National Rank: N5 More

with the River Shiner designation at his subcommittee's conservation hearing. They testified in strong opposition to the U.S. More

The Arkansas River shiner, a two-inch long minnow, found in the Arkansas River and its tributaries, was listed this week in the Federal Register as a "threatened" species. Initially, there had been concern that the minnow would be listed as "endangered" under the Endangered Species Act. More

ARKANSAS RIVER SHINER } Notropis girardi FAMILY: Cyprinidae DESCRIPTION: The Arkansas River shiner is a robust, diminutive shiner with a small, dorsally flattened head, a rounded snout, and a small, subterminal mouth. More

The Arkansas river shiner is a small, robust minnow with a small, flattened head, rounded snout, and tends to be light tan on top with silvery sides gradually grading to white on the belly. More

Common names

Jeleček říční in Czech (česky)
Poor minnow in English
river shiner in English
white shiner in English
黏美洲鱥 in Chinese (中文)
黏美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Notropis
Species : Notropis blennius
Authority : Girard, 1856