Chub shiner

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

The Chub shiner lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Piscivorous habits of the chub shiner, Notropis potteri (Cyprinidae). Southwestern Naturalist 29:495-496. Gido, K.B., C.W. Hargrave, W.J. Matthews, G.D. Schnell, D.W. Pogue, and G.W. Sewell. 2002. More

Nonindigenous Occurrences: The chub shiner may have been introduced into the Red River and Middle North Canadian drainages in Oklahoma and Texas (Hubbs and Bonham 1951; Hall 1956; Red River Authority of Texas 2001; Pigg 1997) and spread downriver through Arkansas, to the Mississippi River at More

Notropis potteri (Hubbs and Bonham) Chub shiner: A single specimen of chub shiner was collected from Canton Lake in 1979 during the ODWCLC survey. This is the only known collection of this species in the NCR drainage and probably represents bait transport from Red River drainage. More

the chub shiner in the lower Brazos River with comments on conservation status and native distribution. American Fisheries Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA (Poster Presentation). Perkin, J. S., C. S. Williams and T. H. Bonner. 2007. More

* Chub Shiner Notropis potteri * River Shiner Notropis blennius * Fluvial Shiner Notropis edwardraneyi * Rough Shiner Notropis baileyi * Orangefin Shiner Notropis ammophilus More

Common names

chub shiner in English
Jeleček Potterův in Czech (česky)
波氏美洲鱥 in Chinese (中文)
波氏美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Notropis
Species : Notropis potteri
Authority : Hubbs and Bonham, 1951