NANFA-- rosyside dace, Clinostomus funduloides

Mark (
Wed, 26 May 2004 21:01:48 -0400

I think as you get south of the Ohio River, rosyside dace are pretty
common in the right habitat, which, I believe, is high gradient
headwaters. Kind of like redside dace. I have a site for rosies in
WV. When I caught those, they just looked like a silvery minnow.
They started to color up later after I had them in a tank for a while.

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