redbelly


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redbelly

(ˈrɛdˌbɛlɪ)
n, pl -bellies
(Animals) any of various animals having red underparts, esp the char or the redbelly turtle
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Noun1.redbelly - freshwater turtle of Chesapeake Bay tributaries having red markings on the lower shell
turtle - any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
genus Pseudemys, Pseudemys - sliders; red-bellied terrapin
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Hybridization between northern redbelly dace, Phoxinus eos, finescale dace, Phoxinus neogaeus, and their hybrids in Upper Pierre Grey Lake, Alberta.
The enclosures with fish (F and FN treatments) were stocked with a hybrid redbelly dace (Phoxinus eos x P.
These include central stoneroller Campostoma anomalum, mountain redbelly dace Chrosomus oreas, rosyside dace Clinostomus funduloides, crescent shiner Luxilus cerasinus, white shiner L.
Schlosser, personal observation and unpublished data) included the brook stickleback (Culaea inconstans), brassy minnow (Hybognathus hankinsoni), northern redbelly dace (Phoxinus eos), finescale dace (Phoxinus neogaeus), fathead minnow, creek chub (Semotilus atromaculatus), blackchin shiner (Notropis heterodon), and pump-kinseed sunfish.
Although the three fish species in this study occur in other areas in Oklahoma and the United States (Miller and Robison, 2004), the Arbuckle-Simpson springs provide specialized habitat for two cyprinids, Phoxinus erthyrogaster (southern redbelly dace) and Nocomis asper (redspot chub) and a percid, Etheostoma microperca (least darter).
oreas (mountain redbelly dace), but these species are morphologically distinct (Starnes and Jenkins, 1988).
Lake Erie has 14 unique species: the silver chub, bigeye chub, silverjaw minnow, ghost shiner, silver shiner, pugnose minnow, suckermouth minnow, southern redbelly dace, brindled madtom, northern madtom, orangespotted sunfish, eastern sand darter, orangethroat darter and tubenose goby.
Two species and the one hybrid collected by Johnson but not found currently were common shiner (Luxilus cornutus), tadpole madtom (Noturus gyrinus) and northern redbelly dace X finescale dace (Phoxinus eos X neogaeus).
Numerous individuals of Campostoma anomalum (central stoneroller), Luxilus cerasinus (crescent shiner) and Phoxinus oreas (mountain redbelly dace) also schooled over the nest.
Only three fish species occurred in the study reach, Phoxinus erythrogaster (southern redbelly dace), Campostoma anomalum (central stoneroller) and Etheostoma spectabile (orangethroat darter).
The southern redbelly dace Phoxinus erythrogaster is a colorful, small to medium-sized minnow (55 to 65 mm SL; Starnes and Starnes, 1980) that is widely distributed within the upper Mississippi River Valley.