The blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) is a species of shiner that is located in the
southeastern area of the United States. It is listed as endangered under the ...
The future of the blue shiner very much depends on the protection of its habitat,
particularly the Conasauga River. Fortunately for this rare species, efforts are ...
A native of the Coosa and Cahaba river systems in Georgia, Tennessee, and
Alabama, the Blue Shiner is listed as Threatened under the U.S. Endangered ...
Dec 22, 2008 ... State Legal Status: Endangered. Federal Legal Status: Threatened. Description:
Blue shiners grow to 10 cm (4 in) in length. Coloration is olive ...
American Rivers reported the Cahaba as one of the 10 most endangered rivers
in ... The Blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) is a threatened species with a historic
Image of Cyprinella caerulea (Blue shiner) ... 45335); caerulea: From the word
caerulea, meaning blue (Ref. 10294). ... Endangered (EN) (B2ab(ii,iii,iv,v)) ...
The Blue shiner lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment. and
Alabama, the blue shiner is listed as Threatened under the U.S. Endangered
Dec 24, 2003 ... Abstract – The blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) is a federally threatened cyprinid
that inhabits discrete habitat patches, but whether the fish in ...
endangered by the state of Georgia and is a C-2 candidate for protection under
.... with the Blue Shiner (C. caerulea), which is federally listed as threatened (B.