Kanawha minnow

The Kanawha Minnow is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

The Kanawha Minnow (Phenacobius teretulus) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is found only in the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Phenacobius teretulus. More

resembles the Kanawha minnow, is often found in warm, rocky streams. This type of minnow often reaches up to 95 mm. in length and mature within 2 years. They also spawn in late April to June. More

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Species Summary: Phenacobius teretulus Kanawha minnow, You can sponsor this page, ... http://ichtyonb1.mnhn.fr/comnames/CommonNameSummary.cfm?autoctr=183131 Common Names Summary: Common Name of Phenacobius teretulus. Common Name: 光滑美洲擬鱥. Language: Mandarin Chinese. Type: Vernacular. Rank: 3. Country: China. Locality: ... http://f15.aaacafe.ne.jp/~ichthy/koi/koi3Bb. More

Kanawha darter and the Appalachia darter, and the Kanawha minnow, said Rob Farrell, assistant director for forest land conservation. The Forest Legacy program provides money to states to buy land or conservation easements from private owners who voluntarily agree not to develop their acreage. More

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Phenacobius
Species : Phenacobius teretulus
Authority : Cope, 1867