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 ...
The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information
about listed species in the United States.
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 ...
www.sam.usace.army.mil/Portals/46/docs/planning_environmental/act/docs/New/ACT DEIS Volume 3_Appendix B_Mar 2013.pdf
submitted under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973, as amended (16
U.S.C. § 1531 et seq.), the Fish and Wildlife ..... Blue shiner. Georgia rockcress.
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 ...
At CFI, we are dedicated to the preservation of aquatic biodiversity in the
Southeast's many streams and rivers.
Abstract – The blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) is a federally threatened cyprinid
that inhabits discrete habitat patches, but whether the fish in these patches ...
Jun 4, 1997 ... not known. Movement patterns of adult blue shiners among habitat ... and most
fish that moved did so between adjacent habitat patches. The.
Two distinct features of the bluenose shiner include a blue nose, a dark lateral
stripe ... by Florida's Endangered and Threatened Species Rule External Website