Stripeback darter

The Stripeback darter lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Nonindigenous Occurrences: The stripeback darter is present in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Parks, Maryland (Tilmant 1999). More

another missing fish, the stripeback darter, after it hadn't been seen in 51 years. For more on the Maryland darter, and the state's rare plants and animals, go here. More

fact, the stripeback darter was considered extirpated in Maryland until Dave and others from the Maryland Biological Stream Survey rediscovered them in 1995 or so. Dave also wanted a few specimens for a book he's illustrating. More

stripeback darter, developers hope to mitigate the impact of a planned development with new techniques to control runoff, like wider strips of forest along the water, Stranko said. The stream survey program will determine how effective these techniques are. More

There was the Stripeback Darter fish, erosion control impacting the Patuxtent River system (and ultimately the Chesapeake Bay), and then the ‘normal’ wetland issues. More

A stripeback darter was found in a stream on the Beech Tree property. The site is a 210-acre parcel of land owned by KB-Buck Development L.C. More

Common names

Rygstribet smutte in Danish (dansk)
stripeback darter in English
背紋小鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
背纹小鲈 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Percina
Species : Percina notogramma
Authority : Raney and Hubbs, 1948