6 edition of The life history of the least darter, Etheostoma microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois found in the catalog.
by State of Illinois, Illinois Institute of Natural Resources, Natural History Survey Division, Illinois Natural History Survey in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Other titles||Etheostoma microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois.|
|Statement||Brooks M. Burr and Lawrence M. Page.|
|Series||Biological notes,, no. 112|
|Contributions||Page, Lawrence M.|
|LC Classifications||QH9 .I5 no. 112, QL638.P4 .I5 no. 112|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||80624352|
Genus: Etheostoma Species Etheostoma variatum Common name Variegate darter Lifespan, ageing, and relevant traits Maximum longevity 4 years (wild) Source ref. Sample size Medium Data quality Acceptable Observations No observations are presently available Life history traits (averages). A new species of darter, Etheostoma erythrozonum, is described from the Meramec River drainage of Missouri, USA. Etheostoma erythrozonum is the first known fish species endemic to the Meramec River drainage. It differs morphologically and genetically from populations of its sister species, Etheostoma tetrazonum, from the Gasconade River, Osage River, and Moreau River drainages.
This page was last edited on 29 May , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Perciformes (Perch-likes) > Percidae (Perches) > Etheostomatinae Etymology: Etheostoma: Greek, etheo = to strain + Greek, stoma = mouth; Rafinesque said "various mouths", but Jordan and Evermann suggest the name might have been intended as "Heterostoma (Ref. ); oophylax: Named for its tenacious egg-guarding behavior of the breeding .
Mud Darter (Etheostoma asprigene), listed as Special Concern, prefers moderate currents in sloughs, overflow areas, riffles, and pools of large, low-gradient rivers over bottoms of mud, sand, gravel, clay, or bedrock. Spawning occurs from mid-May through June. Ramsey, J.S. and R.D. Suttkus, Etheostoma ditrema, a new darter of the subgenus Oligocephalus (Percidae) from springs of the Alabama River basin in Alabama and Georgia. Tulane Stud. Zoo.
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[Brooks M Burr; Lawrence M Page; Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.]. Read about Etheostoma microperca (Least darter) on the Animal Diversity Web. Page. Feeding chronology and diet composition of two darters (Percidae) in the Iroquois River System, Illinois. American Midland Naturalist, J.
Hatch. Life History of the Least Darter Etheostoma microperca at the Northwestern Limits of. Occur in quiet, vegetated lakes, headwaters, creeks and small rivers (Ref. ); also found in streams and springs to ponds (Ref.
).Usually found over mud and sand (Ref.).Adults feed on midge larvae, isopods, and microcrustaceans, particularly copepods (Ref. ).Eggs are found attached to the substrate unguarded (Ref. Synopsis. The life history of Etheostoma caeruleum was studied from collections made between September and July in Bayou Sara, a lower Mississippi River tributary.
The principal habitat of rainbow darters was shallow gravel riffles or runs over firm substrates. In Bayou Sara, the reproductive season extended from late March through April and possibly into by: 6. The life history of the least darter, Etheostoma microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois / By Brooks M.
Burr, Lawrence M. Page and Illinois. Natural History Survey Division. Abstract. 11 Topics: Etheostoma, Fishes, Iroquois River (Ind. The Life History of the Least Darter, Etheostoma Microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois: by/5.
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Least Darter Etheostoma microperca Habitat Preference: Clear slow moving streams with an abundance of vegetation with a gravel, sand, or silt bottom. Threats: • Channelization and removal of natural riparian vegetation. • Siltation • Water pollution o Agricultural discharge o.
Nonindigenous Occurrences: The Rainbow Darter has been introduced into the Genesee River system of New species is now common from Portageville to Caneadea and in Angelica and Caneadea creeks (Smith ). Inmore than a dozen Rainbow Darters were collected in Schoharie County in the Hudson drainage.Burr, B.M.
& Page, L.M., () The life history of the least darter, Etheostoma microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes1 – Google Scholar.Etheostoma variatum (common name variegate darter) is a species of is native to the eastern United States where it occurs primarily in the Ohio River basin; it is present in the states of Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia and Kentucky with a small population in is a large darter, growing to 10 cm (4 in) long, orange-red with black vertical barring on Class: Actinopterygii.