common shiner


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Synonyms for common shiner

the common North American shiner

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4 common carp Cyprinus carpio common shiner Luxilus cornutus 6 17.
Several species, including the largemouth bass, black bullhead, blacknose shiner, common shiner, fathead minnow, and redbelly dace exhibited increased abundances during some of the high discharge years in 1985-1987 but were less abundant from 1988 to 1992 [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Largemouth bass, black bullhead, black-nose shiner, common shiner, and fathead minnow all tended to be more abundant in the stream from 1984 to 1987 than from 1988 to 1992.
black bullhead, fathead minnow, common shiner, and brassy minnow) that were abundant during the high discharge conditions of 1985-1987.
Age 0 fathead minnow, common shiner, and blacknose shiner were never captured in Gould Creek during the entire 10-yr period.
Diet overlap was only significant between common shiner and cutlip minnow ([C.
Feeding activity by common shiner and cutlip minnow was lowest at night (i.
common shiner, cutlip minnow, fallfish) were previously unreported.
Of the four species examined, the most extensive information on diet exists for common shiner and spottail shiner.
Fallfish and common shiner generally attain a larger size than cutlip minnow (Smith, 1985) but whether the size difference influenced interspecific diet variation among the species is unknown.
One species (fallfish 2000 h), had a distinct feeding peak, whereas increased food consumption by common shiner (1200 h to 1600 h) and cutlip minnow (0800 h to 2000 h) occurred over a more extended period.
common shiner, northern pike (Esox lucius), and percids], but for other species (e.
Based on videographic observations they actively avoided predation by Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus dolomieu), and were associated with Rock Bass (Ambloplites rupestris), Pumpkinseed (Lepomis gibbosus), and Common Shiners (Luxilus comutus).
In 2015 mobile underwater cameras recorded spawning among several Cyprinid species including Rosyface Shiners and Common Shiners, but not Silver Shiners.
This reach is dominated by a good mix of minnow species - primarily fallfish and common shiners - and they support both redbreast sunfish (up to 8 inches) and smallmouth bass (up to 12 inches) in considerable numbers," Richards said.