Historically, Topeka shiners
occupied areas in six states (Lee et al., 1980; U.S.
Age groups of individual Spottail Shiner
were determined using length frequency distribution analysis (Nielson and Johnson 1983).
What many of us know as a black eye is also, as many of us know, a shiner
. How a black eye is obtained of course is simple ...
The Channel Shiner
is a small-bodied minnow with large eyes, a broad, rounded snout, and a small oblique mouth lacking barbels.
Barry regrets that as of January 1, shops can't catch and sell big shiners
and fallfish to sell.
Because little was known about the Topeka shiner
's life history and habitat use at the time of listing, initial recovery actions focused on research.
The crews are putting in extra time targeting the northwest corner of the lake, where most of the shiners
have been found.
The most common species sampled were sand shiner
, Notropis ludibundus (38.6%); red shiner
, Notropis lutrensis (34.0%); flathead chub, Hybopsis gracilis (12.2%); carpsuckers, Carpiodes spp.
were collected using a 4.7-in bag seine (Jude and DeBoe 1996) as part of a study of the penetration of the non-indigenous tubenose Proterorhinus marmoratus and round Neogobius melanostomus gobies into tributary streams of the Lake Huron to Lake Erie corridor (Jude 2001).
The Pecos River itself is a reservoir--a reservoir of Arkansas River shiners
. I've made the trip with other biologists from the U.S.
Yedwab also happens to be the past master of the Masons in New York State and is currently an executive in the New York Shiners
The purpose of this note is to report the occurrence of a spawning group of saffron shiners
over the nest of a creek chub (Semotilus atromaculatus).
Charles Worthington Dream Hair Shining Star Glossing Spray, pounds 6.95 The newest take on hairspray, which some of us have overlooked in the midst of all the shiners
, pomades and waxes.
I grew up with lots of Shiners
. He's based on a gangster I knew."