Bluehead shiner

The Bluehead shiner lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Bluehead Shiner (Notropis hubbsi) is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is found only in the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Notropis hubbsi. More

Status of the bluehead shiner (Notropis hubbsi) in Illinois. Trans. Illinois Acad. Sci.. 79:129-136. Fletcher, D.E., and B.M. Burr. 1992. More

Largescale Stoneroller (Campostoma oligolepis), and Bluehead Shiner (Pteronotropis hubbsi). - Roger P. Lemmons, M. Jason Hood, and Loren G. Hill Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma, Norman OK, 73019. More

Bluehead Shiner - Notropis hubbsi = IUCN Status: Data Deficient IUCN Species Profile Fish List of Texas: Notropis girardi Hubbs and Ortenburger.....Arkansas River shiner 63. Notropis hubbsi Bailey and Robinson.....bluehead shiner 64. ... More

Bluehead Shiner (Pteronotropis hubbsi) - Family Fundulidae Fundulus catenatus Northern Studfish (Fundulus catenatus) Fundulus chrysotus Golden Topminnow (Fundulus chrysotus) - More

Bluehead Shiner, Pteronotropis hubbsi The Bluehead Shiner's spawning behavior can be seen in the aquarium by following the same protocol described for the Bluenose Shiner above. Outdoor spawning is also possible. Aquarist David M. Schleser (pers. comm. More

bluehead shiner! (or Notropis hubbsi as it is known to icthyologists (ick – thee – all – oh – jists) – the people who study fish). More

34 BLUEHEAD SHINER Notropis hubbsi (Johnson 1987 plate 4.8 by Roston, u/w) 61.133 BLUNTNOSE MINNOW Pimephales notatus (Pflieger, Museum, 2.8 in SL, Hinkson Creek, Boone Co., MO) 61.11 BONYTAIL Gila elegans (Johnson 1987 plate 2.6 by Rinne, Aquar. More

> Bluehead shiner are shown to have deposited their eggs in the nests of L. gulosus > (warmouth sunfish). If I had that issue handy, I could include the pertinant > imformation for this. More

bluehead shiner- Pteronotropis hubbsi blacknose dace- Rhinichthys atratulus longnose dace- Rhinichthys cataractae rudd- Scardinius erythrophthalmus creek chub- Semotilus atromaculatus Family Cobitidae-Loach Family - nonnative More

Bluehead shiner, Pteronotropis hubbsi, male above A highly endangered species due to the construction of dams and the introduction of exotic species Originally found throughout much of eastern US and extreme southern Canada but widely stocked as a game More

Common names

bluehead shiner in English
蓝首美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
藍首美洲鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Pteronotropis
Species : Pteronotropis hubbsi
Authority : Bailey & Robison, 1978