Table Bc02: Fish species collected from the Wyaconda River watershed

Fish species collected from the Wyaconda River watershed.
Common Name Collected Prior to 1988 Collected during 1988 Complete Survey Collected during 1994 RAM Survey Collected during 1998 Partial Survey Collected during 2002 RAM Survey Current Status
Shortnose gar X X X LA
Longnose gar X X X U
Gizzard shad X X X X LA
Smallmouth buffalo X U
Quillback X X X U
River carpsucker X X X X LA
Highfin carpsucker X U
White sucker X X X X X LA
Golden redhorse X X U
Shorthead redhorse X X X U
Common carp X X X X X C
Goldfish X U
Creek chub X X X X X C
Bigeye shiner X U
Bigmouth shiner X X X X X C
Emerald shiner X X X X C
Ghost shiner X E
Golden shiner X X X X X LA
Red shiner X X X X X C
Redfin shiner X X X X X C
River shiner X U
Sand shiner X X X X X C
Spotfin shiner X X X U
Bluntnose minnow X X X X X C
Brassy minnow X U
Bullhead minnow X X X X LA
Mississippi silvery minnow X X U
Fathead minnow X X X X X LA
Suckermouth minnow X X X X X U
Central stoneroller X X X X X C
Channel catfish X X X X X C
Black bullhead X X X X X LA
Yellow bullhead X X X X X LA
Flathead catfish X LA
Stonecat X U
Tadpole madtom X X X U
Slender madtom X X X X X U
White bass X U
Mosquitofish X X X LA
Slenderhead darter X X X X X LA
Johnny darter X X X X X C
Bluntnose darter X E
Orangethroat darter X U
Fantail darter X X X X LA
Smallmouth bass X U
Largemouth bass X X X LA
Green sunfish X X X X X C
Orangespotted sunfish X X X LA
Bluegill X X X X LA
Black crappie X U
White crappie X X X X LA
Brook silverside X U
Freshwater drum X X X LA

C = Common, LA = Locally Abundant, U = Uncommon, E = Extirpated

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