apina, or Logperch, that lives in Duck River tributary streams in middle Tennessee.
Abundance and preferred habitat of the Leopard Darter, Percina
pantlierina, in Glover Creek, Oklahoma.
New localities for Notropis buchanani, Fundulus diaphanus menona, Aphredoderus sayanus, Ammocrypta pellucida, and Percina
sciera have been recorded from the Western basin.
An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina
(Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois.
Finescale Logperch, Percina
microlepida, were present in Irvine Lake in the Santa Ana River drainage the early 1990s.
Critical current speed and microhabitats of the benthic fishes Percina
roanoka and Etheostoma flabellare.
The snail darter, Percina
tanasi (Etnier), was discovered in 1973 in the Little Tennessee River, Tennessee, and at that time no other populations were known (Etnier, 1976), The species was subsequently listed as endangered in 1975.
behalf of the little endangered snail darter fish, Percina
Abstract: The state-endemic Bluestripe Darter, Percina
cymatotaenia, occurs only in the Niangua and Gasconade river systems of central Missouri.
No species was found at all 22 sites, but Hypentelium etowanum and Lepomis auritus were both found at 21 sites and Cottus carolinae, Percina
nigrofasciata and Campostoma oligolepis were found at 20 sites.
We captured 14 species of fish over the course of the study: bluehead chub (Cyprinidae: Nocomis leptocephalus), creek chub (Cyprinidae: Semotilus atromaculatus), rosyside dace (Cyprinidae: Clinostomus funduloides), redbreast sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis auritus), yellow bullhead (Ictaluridae: Ameiurus natalis), American eel (Anguillidae: Anguilla rostrata), swallowtail shiner (Cyprinidae: Notropis procne), white shiner (Cyprinidae: Notropis albeolus), margined madtom (Ictaluridae: Noturus insignis), green sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis cyanellus), bluegill sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis macrochirus), mosquitofish (Poeciliidae: Gambusia affinis), warmouth sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis gulosus), and a darter (Percidae: Percina
Summer 1988], and Percina
evades [Summer 1986]) only occurred in the study site during D.