Longfin dace

The Longfin dace lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Longfin dace Habitat Model = This metadata information is subject to our disclaimer. Metadata information presented here is maintained manually. Therefore date sensitive fields such as feature count and date of last update may not be up-to-date. More

Longfin dace Priority Conservation Areas File name p_lodace Spatial domain Eastern Pima County Abstract p_lodace is displaying the known areas where the Longfin dace (agosia chrysogaster) occurs. More

longfin dace, and to remove non-native sport fish from the creek. Both the Mexican stoneroller and the longfin dace are native to Arizona. The survey was conducted on four reaches of the creek. More

native fish, including the Longfin dace, the Gila mountain sucker, the Gila chub, and the Speckled dace, exist in the Agua Fria River and its tributaries. The Agua Fria National Monument is adjacent to the Cross Y Ranch. More

Longfin Dace (Agosia chrysogaster) outdoors in 1136-2271 liter (300-600 gal) tanks. Abundant plants (Myriophyllum, Potamogeton, Elodea) are planted in plastic bus pans (like those used in restaurants) filled with 18-30 grit silica sand to a depth of 10-12 cm (4-5 in). More

Longfin Dace - Illustration by Bill Singleton Longfin Dace Agosia chrysogaster This fish is among the hardiest of native fish. More

& Fish biologists recently succeeded in stocking 150 longfin dace in Upper Mineral Creek, which is near the ASARCO mine between Superior and Kearny. "This is an important conservation action for native fish in Arizona," says Cori Carveth, a native fish biologist with the department. More

Common names

Jelčík dlouhoploutvý in Czech (česky)
Longfin dace in English
pupo panzaverde in Spanish (español)
長鰭鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
长鳍鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Rhinichthys
Species : Rhinichthys chrysogaster
Authority : Girard, 1856