Arkansas darter

The Arkansas darter lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Records of the Arkansas Darter, Etheostoma cragini Gilbert, in Harper and Beaver Counties in Oklahoma. - Jimmie Pigg, Waymon Harrison, and Robert Gibbs Oklahoma State Enviromental Laboratory Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. More

The Arkansas darter (Etheostoma cragini) is a species of fish in the Percidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Etheostoma cragini. More

Arkansas darter, Neosho orangethroat darter, redfin darter, and channel darter. The fishes of the Prairie-Neosho Division are common to most prairie streams, however this particular prairie division includes species which are common to the Ozark-Neosho Division as well. More

Arkansas darter and Wilson Spring report from a couple of decades ago still important INTRODUCTION On May 4, 1990, Mr. More

Arkansas Darter Printer friendly versionPrinter friendly version Threatened Colorado Etheostoma Cragini - Arkansas Darter, credit John WoodlingDescription: The Arkansas darter is a three-inch cousin of the walleye and yellow perch. More

the Arkansas darter, a candidate species for listing under the Endangered Species Act, the Ozark burrowing crawfish, numerous bird species, and other wildlife. More

* Comments: The Arkansas darter is restricted to the greater Arkansas River drainage. It is found in clear, spring-fed streams with aquatic vegetation. More

5 inches, the Arkansas Darter is a stout-bodied member of the perch family. They are olivaceous brown above and yellowish white below with six to nine indistinct dusky saddles over the back. During spawning, males are a colorful orange along their lower abdomen. More

color photo of Arkansas darterThe Arkansas darter is a small perch. It lives in shallow, spring branches and spring-fed creeks with sandy bottoms and mats of watercress. More

Status of the Arkansas Darter in South-central Kansas and Adjacent Oklahoma = Discussion - - Based on information from the 1994 through 1997 surveys, the Arkansas darter still occurred throughout most More

Arkansas darters had been reported prior to 1994. The Arkansas darter was captured at 26 (67%) of these 39 historic localities. More

Common names

Arkansas darter in English
Arkansas smutte in Danish (dansk)
Etheostoma cragini in Catalan (Català)
阿肯色鏢鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
阿肯色鏢鱸 in Unknown
阿肯色镖鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
阿肯色镖鲈 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Etheostoma
Species : Etheostoma cragini
Authority : Gilbert, 1885