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Redline Darter

Etheostoma rufilineatum

Description:

Small, colorful darter

Habitat:

Fast moving, clean and clear water, with cobble substrate


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4 Comments

MichaelFulbright
MichaelFulbright 8 years ago

*rufilineatum

MichaelFulbright
MichaelFulbright 8 years ago

I think the genus has been reclassified for this guy. They are now called Nothonotus rufilineatus.

Elsa
Elsa 8 years ago

Marta, I was just about to write that! Agree, very cool.. Makes me want to grab my camera and get into the lake next to my house..

The MnMs
The MnMs 8 years ago

Nice! is not so common to see fresh water fish underwater pictures here in Noah :-)

MichaelJones
Spotted by
MichaelJones

Maryville, Tennessee, USA

Lat: 35.76, Long: -83.97

Spotted on May 21, 2011
Submitted on Jun 11, 2011

Spotted for Mission

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