Silver shiner

The Silver shiner lives in the demersal, freshwater, depth range 0 - m environment.

Silver Shiner, Notropis photogenis Physical Description: More

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION: The silver shiner was described by Cope in 1865. ETYMOLOGY: Notropis means keeled back. Photogenis means light cheek. More

Features: The Silver Shiner (Notropis photogenis) is a relatively large minnow and can grow to about 14 cm long. It lives in schools and feeds on crustaceans, and adult flies at the surface of the water. The Silver Shiner prefers moderately-flowing sections of larger streams. More

Silver Shiner - 5" OriginalThis is one of the original Glitter Minnows, this minnow is sold 10 per pack with out eyes and will be discontunued when the inventory is gone. Sale Price $3. More

Thunder Creek Silver Shiner streamer fly great for Steelhead and Salmon. More

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ShinerClouser Minnow - Silver Shiner Quantity in Basket: None Code: W-KMSS Price As Low As $1. More

TN00259 SILVER SHINER NOTROPIS PHOTOGENIS Tennessee Animal Biogeographic System TABS = version 12/2002 Taxonomy Status Distribution Habitat Associations Food More

The silver shiner is a slender but large (7-10 cm) minnow with large eyes and a silvery, blue/green iridescence and wide black lateral band. The snout is long with two black crescents between nostrils. The dorsal fin is almost directly above the pelvic fin. More

Common names

Columbia River minnow in English
Ihyek' in Salish
Méné rose in French (français)
Red-sided bream in English
redside shiner in English
Richardson's minnow in English
Shiner in English
Silver shiner in English
Silver-sided minnow in English
紅脅鱥 in Mandarin Chinese
红胁鱥 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Richardsonius
Species : Richardsonius balteatus
Authority : Richardson, 1836