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Cyprinella lutrensis
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Cyprinella lutrensis
Taxonomic Group: Fishes
Common name: RED SHINER

Overview:

Red Shiners (Cyprinella lutrensis) are small freshwater minnows native to the Mississippi River basin from south Wisconsin and western Indiana to South Dakota and Wyoming, and south from Mississippi to New Mexico, and also northern Mexico. They are a baitfish and aquarium fish with exceptional colonizing abilities demonstrated through their introduction to fifteen states. Introduced populations can be found in the Appalachians from Alabama to Virginia, in the Colorado River and its tributaries, north to Wyoming, and in southern California. Competition and hybridization are the main reported impacts in their introduced range, but the largest impacts of the Red Shiners are on isolated populations of fishes in desert and prairie springs and streams.

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Citation:

Fofonoff PW, Ruiz GM, Steves B, Simkanin C, & Carlton JT (2018)
National Exotic Marine and Estuarine Species Information System.
http://invasions.si.edu/nemesis/.
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