The European mudminnow is a species of fish in the Umbridae family.

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The Mudminnow lives in the benthopelagic, non-migratory, freshwater, pH range: 6.0 - 6.5, dH range: 5, depth range 0 - m environment.

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The Olympic mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi) is a fish native to the western lowlands of Washington state: the Chehalis River basin, Deschutes R. basin, and some Olympic Peninsula basins. More

Umbra limi, Mudminnow in Kemptville Creek = watercolour by Aleta Karstad - - to raise funds for care of collections at BISHOPS MILLS NATURAL HISTORY CENTRE More

The Olympic mudminnow is one of five species worldwide in the family Umbridae and is the only member of the genus Novumbra. Three other species are found in North America and one in eastern Europe. Olympic mudminnows are found only in Washington State. More

The Olympic mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi) is one of five species worldwide in the family Umbridae and is the only member of the genus Novumbra. They are usually found in slow-moving streams, wetlands and ponds. More

Information on the European mudminnow is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly. More

Images next European mudminnow imageHead on view of a European mudminnownext European mudminnow imageHead on view of a European mudminnow Species related by - * Family group * Habitat More

Use of the Central Mudminnow (Umbra limi) in the Development and Evaluation of a Sister Chromatid Exchange Test for Detecting Mutagens in Vivo Bishop, WE Aquatic biologist and research assistant Procter & Gamble Co. More

Mudminnow reaches a maximum length of only 8 cm. Today there are only four species of the Mudminnow in existence. There are two found in the Eastern US, 1 in Central Europe and 1 that exists in the area once covered by the Vashon Glacier. More

Four species of mudminnows are found in North America, and only one species is found in Virginia waters. More

OVERVIEW: The eastern mudminnow is a small fish that grows up to 11 cm in total length. It has a long slender body cyclical in front and compressed in the rear. It has cycloid scales and one dorsal fin and no fin spines. More

This mudminnow is a small fish (3 1/2 inches or less) with a rounded tail. It has vertical bars on its sides. More

Central mudminnows are a small unique fish that possess the ability to breath air. They do so by utilizing a modified air bladder that acts as a lung. They also can survive dry spells by burrowing into the mud until wet conditions return. More

Central mudminnow: the "mudminnow" is a minnow-sized fish named for its habit of escaping into the soft sediments; "central" refers to its occurrence in central North America Umbra (Um More

Article: First Records of Umbra limi (Central Mudminnow) in Maine = Article from: Northeastern Naturalist Article date: April 1, 2006 Author: CopyrightCopyright More

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March/April Lateral Line that the Eastern Mudminnow is an interesting and rewarding fish to keep in the aquarium. My only reservation then-that it would not breed-has been dispelled! Used with permission. Article copyright retained by author. More

Mudminnow external anatomyMudminnows are small bottom-dwelling fish of the Umbridae family (often called Umbra). They are referred to as "mudminnows" because of their habit of burying themselves tail-first into the muddy(take out “or”)bottoms of ponds, streams or rivers where they hide from predators. More

Central Mudminnows occur in quiet areas of streams, sloughs, swamps and other wetlands over mud and debris. Often found in dense vegetation. They tolerate low oxygen levels and extremes water temperature. More

Distinguishing characteristics: The central mudminnow can be distinguished based on its dark brown mottled or thickly barred color pattern , its terminal mouth lacking a continuous groove between the upper lip and snout, and its positioning of pelvic fins such that most of the More

Common names

Blatnák tmavý in Czech (česky)
Blatniak in Czech (česky)
Blatniak in Slovak (slovenčina)
Blatniak tmavý in Slovak (slovenčina)
Crnka in Serbian (српски језик)
Europäischer Hundsfisch in German (Deutsch)
Europæisk hundefisk in Danish (dansk)
European Mud-minnow in English
european mudminnow in English
Europese hondsvis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Evropeiskaya evdoshka in Russian (русский язык)
Hongaarse hondsvis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Hundefisk in Danish (dansk)
Hundefisk in Norwegian (Norsk)
Hundfisk in Swedish (Svenska)
Hundsfisch in German (Deutsch)
Koirakala in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Lápi póc in Hungarian (Magyar)
Mudminnow in English
Mulawka a. umbra in Polish (polski)
Peixinho da lama europeu in Portuguese (Português)
Poisson-chien d'Europe in French (français)
Stiuca in Rumanian
Tiganus in Romanian (română)
Ţigănuş in Rumanian
Tiganus-batran in Rumanian
Tmavec hnedy in Czech (česky)
Umbra in Polish (polski)
Umbra in Russian (русский язык)
Umbra común in Spanish (español)
Umbra krameri in Portuguese (Português)
Ungarischer Hundsfisch in German (Deutsch)
Ungersk hundfisk in Swedish (Svenska)
умбра in Russian (русский язык)
荫鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
蔭魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Esociformes
Family : Umbridae
Genus : Umbra
Species : Umbra krameri
Authority : Walbaum, 1792