Waccamaw killifish

The Waccamaw killifish lives in the benthopelagic, non-migratory, freshwater environment.

The Waccamaw killifish (Fundulus waccamensis) is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Fundulus waccamensis. More

The waccamaw killifish is almost identical to fundulus diaphnous . if you find info on diaphanous, just switch names, that will give you a good Idea on what it is. More

* Waccamaw killifish, Fundulus waccamensis Hubbs & Raney, 1946. * Plains killifish, Fundulus zebrinus Jordan & Gilbert, 1883. References - 1. ^ Fundulus (TSN 165644). Integrated Taxonomic Information System. More

The Waccamaw killifish was also recently found in Lake Phelps in Washington and Tyrrell counties in northeastern North Carolina, where it was probably introduced through its use as fishing bait. More

The lake is home to the Lake Waccamaw killifish and a number of other unique fish and mollusks. Spend an evening in the primitive campground or enjoy a picnic under stately trees hung with Spanish moss. More

Common names

Fundulus waccamensis in Catalan (Català)
waccamaw killifish in English
瓦卡馬底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦卡馬底鮰 in Unknown
瓦卡马底鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦卡马底鮰 in Unknown

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Fundulidae
Genus : Fundulus
Species : Fundulus waccamensis
Authority : Hubbs and Raney, 1946