Genus Etheostoma


Slackwater darter - The reproductive behavior of the slackwater darter varies with the temperature of the breeding habitat and the amount of rainfall.


Rainbow darter - The Etheostoma caeruleum is very sensitive to pollution and silt, staying in clean pollution free water


Ashy darter - The ashy darter is a species of fish in the Percidae family.


Fountain darter - They live in the vegetation at the bottom of clean springwater rivers, the overuse of such springs being the main reason for their depletion.


Niangua darter - Adult Niangua darters move from pools and slow runs to gravel riffles prior to spawning.


Johnny darter - The Johnny Darter is a small fish native to lakes and streams in North America.


Watercress darter - The species can be found in the watercress zone of springs.


Okaloosa darter - Because of extensive habitat improvement efforts by the Jackson Guard at Eglin Air Force Base, the US Fish & Wildlife Service recommended that the fish be reclassified from endangered to threatened status in 2007.


Candy darter - Knapp Creek in Pocahontas County, West Virginia is home to a population known colloquially as the Knapp Creek Candy Darter.




Elk River darter - The boulder darter is a species of fish in the Percidae family.

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Etheostoma