Silver chub

The Silver chub lives in the demersal, freshwater, depth range 10 - 61 m environment.

* Comments: The silver chub is a 2005 addition to the Kansas endangered list. It More

The silver chub is a silvery minnow with large eyes. It has a small inferior (upper jaw overhangs lower jaw) mouth that is nearly horizontal. A small barbel is located at the back of the upper jaw. More

Characteristics: The silver chub is a slender species with large eyes; its eye diameter is about equal to its snout length. The rounded snout is blunt and projects well beyond the upper lip. More

Features: The Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) is a large minnow which can grow to 23 cm long. It is silver-coloured and has large scales. At the corners of its mouth there are tiny, fleshy "whiskers" or barbels. More

Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) = silver chub The silver chub lives in large, sandy rivers. The silver chub find food by both sight and smell. They feed on insects, invertebrates and small mollusks. More

The silver chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana Kirtland), was listed as Hybopsis storerianus by Woolman (1896) who reported it from the Red, Otter Tail and Red Lake rivers (Fig. A23). More

SILVER CHUB (Macrhybopsis storeriana) = KANSAS: Endangered FEDERAL: N/A Silver Chub Photo By David Ostendorf SPECIES DESCRIPTION This member of the minnow family can reach 6 inches More

A life history of the silver chub, Hybopsis storeriana (Kirtland), in western Lake Erie with notes on associated species. Diss. Abstr. 20(6): 19878-1980. vol 35. Part II. 30759. Kirtland, J.P. 1844. Descriptions of Acipenser rubicundus, A. platyrhyncus, and Rutilus storerianus. Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. More

Macrhybopsis storeriana (Kirtland), the silver chub, was listed as Hybopsis storerianus by Woolman (1896), who collected it from the Red, Otter Tail, and Red Lake Rivers (Figure A23). Hankinson (1928) listed the species as Erinemus storerianus, taking it from the Red and Pembina Rivers. More

Silver chub-Macrhybopsis storeriana - Native: Yes State Rank: SNR ITIS Code: 163870 National Rank: N5 More

The silver chub is a slender, bright silver minnow with a fairly compressed body. Its barbell is in the corner of its subterminal mouth. It has a large eye on the upper half of its head and a short, rounded snout. More

Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) More

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___ Silver Chub, Hybopsis storeriana ___ Hornyhead Chub, Nocomis biguttatus ___ Golden Shiner, Notemigonus chrysoleucas ___ * Pallid Shiner, Notropis amnis ___ * Pugnose Shiner, Notropis anogenus ___ Emerald Shiner, Notropis atherinoides ___ River Shiner, Notropis More

The silver chub is staging a promising comeback in Lake Erie. Last seen in the lake in 1953, the silver chub was killed off by industrial waste and other toxic substances that caused excessive algae blooms. More

Common names

Laxabborre in Swedish (Svenska)
Lohiahven in Finnish (suomen kieli)
omisco in French (français)
Silver chub in English
trout-perch in English
Troutperch in English
лососеокун in Russian (русский язык)
пескохат in Russian (русский язык)
форелеокунь in Russian (русский язык)
鮭鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
鲑鲈 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Percopsiformes
Family : Percopsidae
Genus : Percopsis
Species : Percopsis omiscomaycus
Authority : Walbaum, 1792