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Blue shiner


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 ...

Blue shiner videos, photos and facts - Cyprinella caerulea | ARKive


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 ...

Cyprinella caerulea (Blue Shiner) - IUCN Red List


This species is listed as Endangered because area of occupancy is probably less than 500 sq km, the distribution is severely fragmented, the species occurs in a ...

Blue Shiner - Little River Canyon National Preserve (U.S. National ...


The Blue Shiner is an endangered species of ray-finned fish found in Little River within the preserve boundaries. They prefer clear water with slow currents.

Cyprinella caerulea, Blue shiner - FishBase


Image of Cyprinella caerulea (Blue shiner) ... 45335); caerulea: From the word caerulea, meaning blue (Ref. 10294). ... Endangered (EN) (B2ab(ii,iii,iv,v)) ...

Bluenose shiner - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission


distinct features of the bluenose shiner include a blue nose, a dark lateral stripe ... is protected as a State Species of Special Concern by Florida's Endangered.

Biodiversity | Cahaba River Society


The Blue shiner, Cyprinella caerulea, has been extirpated (no longer found in ... The range of the endangered Cahaba shiner has decreased from about 90 to ...

Conservation Fisheries | BLUE SHINER - Conservation Fisheries, Inc.


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 ...

Species Diversity | Water Resources Center - Auburn University


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  ...

Tributaries | Water Resources Center - Auburn University


Three federally listed species, the blue shiner, and two plants, Kral's water ... Recent snail surveys found 10 species and the endangered Tulotoma snail, making ...

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Common Name: BLUE SHINER Scientific Name: Cyprinella ...


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 ...

Species Profile for Blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) - ECOS


The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information about listed species in the United States.

Blue | Outdoor Alabama


HABITAT AND BIOLOGY: Blue shiners prefer clear, medium or large streams and are found in shallow pools with slow currents or in backwaters over sand and ...