Whiteline topminnow

The Whiteline topminnow lives in the benthopelagic, non-migratory, freshwater environment.

The whiteline topminnow, Fundulus albolineatus, was a type of killifish first identified in 1891. It was endemic to Big Spring, Madison County, Alabama, in the United States. References - * World Conservation Monitoring Centre (1996). More

* The Whiteline topminnow was last seen Alabama in 1899, its spring habitat repeatedly pumped dry by the growing human population. More

Whiteline - The whiteline topminnow is an extinct fish that was first found in Spring Creek, Madison County, Alabama, now a part of Huntsville. More

CHARACTERISTICS: The extinct whiteline topminnow is a member of the subgenus Xenisma. Information is limited, since few specimens were ever collected, but it indicates similarities to the Barrens topminnow, Fundulus julisia (Williams and Etnier, 1982.). More

Common names

Fundulus albolineatus in Catalan (Català)
Fundulus albolineatus in Spanish (español)
whiteline topminnow in English
白線底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
白線底鮰 in Unknown
白线底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
白线底鮰 in Unknown

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Fundulidae
Genus : Fundulus
Species : Fundulus albolineatus
Authority : Gilbert, 1891