Stippled studfish

The Stippled studfish is a small freshwater fish which is endemic to the Tallapoosa River system in Georgia and Alabama, USA; and Sofkahatchee Creek in Alabama.

The Stippled studfish lives in the benthopelagic, non-migratory, freshwater environment.

We Found Stippled Studfish In Lower Cornhouse Creek We made a 12-hour trip to Clay, Randolph and Tallapoosa counties in 'bama on Saturday looking for stippled studfish. More

stippled studfish Region Map Notes: Basin Distribution in Georgia: In Georgia, occurs in the Tallapoosa River basin. Click here to download an Adobe Acrobat version of the map that also includes streams. More

The Stippled Studfish, Fundulus bifax, is found only in clear, sandy-bottomed, upland streams. While historically, F. bifax have been found in Georgia, recent searches have proved fruitless, due to the silting up of streams and developments. More

Stippled Studfish - Only found in the Mobile basin, the stippled studfish is characterized by a series of darkened spots on individual scales that form a unique stippled pattern. More

The stippled studfish is found in the Tallapoosa drainage and one Coosa River tributary, and the Tallapoosa shiner is only found in the Tallapoosa drainage and one Chattahoochee River tributary. The Tallapoosa River above R. L. More

REMARKS: The type locality for the stippled studfish is the Tallapoosa River near Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama. ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION: Cashner and Rogers described the stippled studfish in 1988. ETYMOLOGY: Fundulus means bottom. More

taking a kind of census of the stippled studfish in creeks and streams feeding into the Tallapoosa River in Central Alabama. More

Common names

stippled studfish in English
双底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
双底鮰 in Unknown
雙底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
雙底鮰 in Unknown

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Fundulidae
Genus : Fundulus
Species : Fundulus bifax
Authority : Cashner and Rogers, 1988