Apalachee shiner

The Apalachee shiner lives in the pelagic, freshwater environment.

* Apalachee Shiner, Pteronotropis grandipinnis * Flagfin Shiner, Pteronotropis signipinnis * Golden Shiner, Notemigonus crysoleucas (a monotypic genus) * Highscale shiners, genus Luxilus * Redside shiners, More

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Apalachee Shiner Pteronotropis grandipinnis. This newly redescribed relative of the broadstripe shiner is only found in the southeastern corner of the state in Chipola and Chattahoochee River tributaries. MODERATE CONSERVATION CONCERN. Sailfin Shiner Pteronotropis hypselopterus. More

Apalachee shiner, Pteronotropis grandipinnis Sailfin shiner, Pteronotropis hypselopterus Bluenose shiner, Pteronotropis welaka (GA rare) Blue shiner, Cyprinella caerulea (US threatened, GA endangered) Ocmulgee shiner, Cyprinella callisema Alabama shiner, Cyprinella callistia Bluestripe shiner, Cyprinella callitaenia (GA More

Apalachee shiner Region Map Notes: Basin Distribution in Georgia: In Georgia, occurs in the Chattahoochee, Flint, and Apalachicola River basins. More

Common names

Apalachee shiner in English
Jeleček ploutvatý in Czech (česky)

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Pteronotropis
Species : Pteronotropis grandipinnis
Authority : Jordan, 1877