Shoshone sculpin

The Shoshone sculpin lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The Shoshone sculpin (Cottus greenei) is a species of fish in the Cottidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Source - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Cottus greenei. More

Nonindigenous Occurrences: A total of 419 Shoshone sculpins were transplanted from Bickel Spring at the Hagerman National Fish Hatchery to an unnamed spring, sometimes called "Transplant Spring," in the Thousand Springs formation near Hagerman, Idaho in August 1983 (Kuda and Griffith 1993). More

Establishment of Shoshone sculpin (Cottus greenei) in a spring inhabited by mottled sculpin (C. bairdi). More

The Shoshone sculpin is found primarily in the spring systems of the Thousand Springs Formation that enter at the north bank of the Middle Snake River. More

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by Shoshone sculpin (COTTUS GREENEI) in three springs on the Thousand Springs Preserve, Idaho. Final report to The Nature Conservancy, Idaho Field Office. * Lee, D. S., C. R. Gilbert, C. H. Hocutt, R. E. More

Common names

shoshone sculpin in English
格氏杜父魚 in Mandarin Chinese
格氏杜父鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Cottidae
Genus : Cottus
Species : Cottus greenei
Authority : Gilbert & Culver, 1898