golden shiner

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shiner of eastern North America having golden glints

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The Livetarget Golden Shiner has a more compact design than other lipless baits.
1981) found Golden Shiner at six stations on Big Creek tributaries, many of which were sampled in the current study.
Golden shiners Notemigonus crysoleucas also have been documented spawning over nests of M.
Among the exceptions, the species occurring with less frequency are the golden shiner (number 3), the lake chubsucker (number 13), the yellow bullhead (15), and the grass pickerel (18).
The Golden Shiner was rare within the survey area ([less than or equal to]1.
Because banded killifish and golden shiner were the numerically dominant species, the absence of one species was almost always correlated with the presence of the other; hence, the high negative correlation obtained for their respective abundances (Table 1).
Most notably, after the elimination of bass and bluegill, the fish community became dominated by zooplanktivorous fish, particularly the golden shiner, a large minnow that is an extremely efficient planktivore (Ehlinger 1989).
Comet has rainbow smelt and golden shiner, but baitfish are not present in populations to provide high growth rates.
Golden Shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) and Common Carp are also widespread throughout the Chicago region.
Use of the mouth to grasp structures within laboratory swim flumes has also been observed in two other minnows (Cyprinidae): the splittail, Pogonichthys macrolepidotus (Young and Cech, 1996) and the golden shiner, Notemigonus cry-soleucas (G.
Mongaup Pond, at 122 acres the largest body of water in the Catskill Forest Preserve, is a great fishing resource featuring pumpkinseed, yellow perch, white sucker, yellow bullhead, golden shiner, small-mouth bass and chain pickerel.
Other tolerant species such as the western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) and the golden shiner (Notemigonus chrysoleucas), were also abundant.
We used Hewett and Johnson's (1987) generalized salmonid parameters for analysis of rainbow trout and brook trout, and their generalized cyprinid parameters for golden shiner.
White sucker, green sunfish, largemouth bass, golden shiner, and yellow perch had intermediate vulnerability, and catfish, pike, and bullheads rounded out the bottom three.
2) Worcester State College student John Coffey tags a golden shiner before returning it to Lake Ellie.