Oregon chub

The Oregon Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

The Oregon chub lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

distribution of the Oregon chub resulted in a determination of "endangered" status under the federal endangered species act in 1993. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife conducted surveys throughout the Willamette River Valley in 1991-Present. More

Historically, Oregon chub were found throughout the Willamette River drainage from Oregon City to Oakridge. More

Collectively known as Oregon chubs, that term can also refer to O. crameri in particular. Stub icon This Cypriniformes-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

Oregon chub (Oregonichthys crameri) are small minnows that exist only in the Willamette Valley of western Oregon. This species was formerly distributed throughout the Willamette Basin in off-channel habitats, such as beaver ponds, oxbows, backwater sloughs, and flooded marshes. More

The Oregon chub, found only in the state, lives in backwater sloughs, oxbows, ponds and marshes of the Willamette River basin. Modern dams nearly wiped out its habitat, and predatory nonnative fish such as bass and bluegill added to its peril. More

Oregon chub potentially occurs in these Oregon counties: Benton, Lane, Linn, Marion, Polk (Map may reflect historical as well as recent sightings) - The Oregon chub was listed as endangered in 1993. More

ODOT built habitat for Oregon chub on the East Fork Minnow Creek. More

Application for a Permit To Enhance the Survival of the Oregon Chub in Lane County, OR Under a Safe Harbor Agreement AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior. ACTION: Notice of availability. More

* States/US Territories in which the Oregon chub is known to occur: Oregon * USFWS Refuges in which the Oregon chub is known to occur: WILLIAM L. More

Oregon chub (Oregonichthys crameri) is a minnow endemic to the Willamette River drainage, with a current distribution limited to 25 natural and nine introduced populations (Scheerer et al. 2003). The species was listed as endangered in 1993 over its entire range. More

The rare Oregon Chub population has jumped from just eight habitats, to 35 in the last 17 years. But this newest group is living in a home where conservation is already a priority. More

"This is the site where they discovered Oregon Chub again on Green Island," says Moll. O.D.F.W. crews have been working to restore the Chub for years, so a new population is always good news, especially on Green Island. More

The Oregon chub received Endangered Species Act protection in 1993. Once distributed through the lower elevation backwaters of the Willamette River drainage, this member of the minnow family is now limited to a much smaller range. More

for the Oregon chub that was published in the Federal Register on March 10, 2009 (74 ] FR 10412), the DEA of the proposed designation of critical habitat for the Oregon chub, and the amended More

Oregon Chub is a resident fish species, and has been named as a focal species by subbasin planners in 1 subbasin. Status and trends data are available for this species in 1 subbasin. Oregon Chub is Federally protected in 1 subbasin. More

Common names

Jelčík Cramerův in Czech (česky)
Oregon chub in English

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Oregonichthys
Species : Oregonichthys crameri
Authority : Snyder, 1908