Rush darter

The Rush darter lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Rush darter is found in only two places By LUKE CONNELL BIRMINGHAM POST-HERALD A small fish that calls Turkey Creek in Pinson home has been added to the state's protected species list. More

Rush Darter Placed on State Protected Species List = July 29, 2004 The rush darter, Etheostoma phytophilum, a species of fish that occurs only in the Black Warrior River System of Alabama, has been added to the More

Currently, the rush darter is known to have one of the most restricted distributions of all vertebrates occurring in Alabama. Only two populations of rush darters are known to exist. This is an uncommon species found in small streams and spring runs. More

endangered species of fish, including the Rush Darter, Vermilion Darter and Watercress Darter. The Rush and Vermilion Darters exist only in Turkey Creek and nowhere else in the world. For more information, contact, or 205/680-4116. More

Tennessee, the rush darter occurs in Alabama and the chucky madtom and laurel dace both occur in Tennessee. If we finalize this rule as proposed, it would extend the Act's protections to these species. More

and the undescribed rush darter, both in the Mobile Basin in Alabama. Along with his students, Hank is continuing to uncover new distributional records for eastern Gulf Slope fishes. More

rush darters that live there. On the way, Prez and I listened to the radio to hear the Dawgs polish off 'Bama. More

in Shoal Creek, Talladega National Forest, and the Rush darter, found in only a handful of sites in North Central Alabama. Impacts This work will identify the most viable populations and associated habitat for that would benefit from habitat restoration will also be identified. More

Common names

rush darter in English

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Etheostoma
Species : Etheostoma phytophilum
Authority : Bart & Taylor, 1999