Wood River sculpin

The Wood River sculpin lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

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

Wood River Sculpin, Distribution in the Wood River Valley by J.S. More

Wood River Sculpin is a resident fish species, and has been named as a focal species by subbasin planners in 2 subbasins. 2 subbasins have no data available. Wood River Sculpin is not a Federally protected species. More

The Wood River sculpin is restricted to the upper Little Wood River and tributaries, and the Big Wood River and tributaries upstream from Magic Reservoir, Blaine Co. It occurs mainly in small to medium- sized streams with cool, clear waters and swift current. More

the Wood River sculpin, a species of fish that is endemic to the area. Albertson College of Idaho researcher Don Zaroban (pictured with the bucket) is heading the study. Photo by David N. More

utilization of Wood River sculpin (COTTUS LEIOPOMUS) on three Nature Conservancy preserves in Idaho. Report submitted to The Nature Conservancy. * Meyer, K. A., D. J. Schill, M. R. Campbell, and C. C. Kozfkay. More

Densities and Habitat Utilization of Wood River Sculpin on Three Nature Conservancy Preserves in Idaho. By DR. J.S. Griffith and Krishna Merkley Because freshwater sculpin are sensitive to habitat alterations and pollution, they are viewed as indicators of good water quality in streams. More

presence of the Wood River Sculpin means the fish here eat very well and eat with abandon on most days of the winter. More

Common names

Wood River sculpin in English
滑盖杜父鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
滑盖杜父鱼 in Unknown
滑蓋杜父魚 in Mandarin Chinese
滑蓋杜父魚 in Unknown

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Cottidae
Genus : Cottus
Species : Cottus leiopomus
Authority : Gilbert and Evermann, 1894