Devils Hole pupfish

Devil's Hole pupfish are less than 25 millimeters long and resemble other pupfish in shape.

The Devils Hole pupfish lives in the benthopelagic, non-migratory, freshwater environment.

Devils Hole pupfish (Cyprinodon diabolis) - Kingdom: Animalia Class: Actinopterygii Order: Cyprinodontiformes Family: Cyprinodontidae Listing Status: Quick links:Federal RegisterRecoveryCritical HabitatConservation PlansPetitionsLife HistoryOther Resources Lead Region: California/Nevada Region (Region 8) More

Devils Hole pupfish count rose in the fall of 2008 to one hundred twenty six, the first steady increase in more than ten years. Population The natural population at Devils Hole fluctuates depending on the season. More

Devils Hole pupfish as the most distinctive species in the genus Cyprinodon. Miller reports the species to be unique for its lack of pelvic fins, convex caudal fin, absence of preorbital scales, and absence of vertical cross bars in mature females. More

” fish species, the Devils Hole Pupfish is the number one, most endangered fish. More

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then the Devils Hole pupfish was in serious danger, so conservationists set up 3 refuges to establish backup populations. More

So why not the Devils Hole pupfish? On the way out of Vegas, at the wheel of a dusty USFWS Jeep bound for Devils Hole, Cynthia tells me. "Guess what," she says. "We don't know how to reproduce them in aquaria. More

the official census of the endangered Devils Hole pupfish, one of the most endangered species in the world, for the last 36 years. More

The Devils Hole pupfish is a unique pupfish species only found in a limestone cave located on the east central border of Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada. More

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The Devils Hole pupfish (Cyprinodon diabolis) was listed as endangered in 1967. More

of Wildlife, announced today that the Devils Hole pupfish has increased to 126, the highest number recorded since 2004. More

The Devils Hole pupfish is a small (typical adult size = 35 mm) fish that is endemic to a single water-filled cavern in southern Nevada. More

Devils Hole pupfish have been isolated 10,000 to 20,000 years, longer than any other in the Death Valley system. Devils Hole itself is a water-filled cavern cut into the side of a hill. More

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The Devils Hole pupfish (Cyprinodon diabolis) was listed as endangered in 1967. This iridescent blue inch-long fish's only natural habitat is in the 93 degree waters of Devils Hole, which is a detached unit of Death Valley National Park. More

The Devils Hole pupfish, Cyprinodon diabolis, photos and information. The pupfish is isolated in a limestone cavern, Devils Hole, at Death Valley NationalPark. More

Devils Hole pupfish from their secluded desert hot spring in an effort to help grow the species' population. More

Biologists have moved some of the few remaining endangered Devils Hole pupfish from their secluded desert hot spring to a Las Vegas Strip casino aquarium and a federal fish hatchery on the Colorado River. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Information posted concerning the Devil's Hole Pupfish is shown through a protective fence at Devil's Hole, the endangered Devil's Hole Pupfish's only natural habitat, in Death Valley National Park, Nev. More

The Devils Hole Pupfish is an endangered fish species native to the desert of Nevada. More

today, the number of Devils Hole pupfish has increased to 126, the highest number recorded since 2004. Fall pupfish population numbers ranged from approximately 400 - 550 individuals from the mid 1970s until 1995. More

Common names

Cyprinodon diabolis in Catalan (Català)
Cyprinodon diabolis in Italian (Italiano)
Cyprinodon diabolis in Spanish (español)
Devil's Hole pupfish in English
Devils Hole pupfish in English
Djævlehuls-tandkarpe in Danish (dansk)
Paholaiskilli in Finnish (suomen kieli)
魔鮰 in Chinese (中文)
魔鮰 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Cyprinodontidae
Genus : Cyprinodon
Species : Cyprinodon diabolis
Authority : Wales, 1930