Checklist of Freshwater Fishes of North America, Including Subspecies and Undescribed Forms

Christopher Scharpf, compiler
© 2005-2014 North American Native Fishes Association
revised Oct. 18, 2014

With several exceptions, the fishes included in this checklist are all obligatory freshwater fishes (i.e., fishes that need fresh water to complete at least part of their life cycle). Select marine and brackish water fishes are included if they meet one or more of the following criteria: they are naturally capable (or presumed to be capable) of spawning in fresh water, they commonly penetrate far inland, and/or they are common or abundant in freshwater habitats on a regular basis. This excludes many species that are rare in North American fresh water habitats (e.g., Bull Shark, Carcharhinus leucas), or that are generally limited to estuaries or the extreme downstream portions of rivers where salt and fresh water mix. Exotic fishes are included if they have (or are suspected to have) established populations in the wild.

Longnose sucker, Catostomus catostomus
William Roston

North America is herein defined not as the entire continent, but as the Nearctic zoogeographic realm. The Nearctic Realm includes the entire continental landmass, including Greenland, Alaska, Canada, the lower 48 states, and Mexico south to the where the Mexican plateau breaks down into the lowlands of Central America. Specifically, this includes land north of 18N on the Atlantic slope, and 16N on the Pacific slope of Mexico; the imaginary line drawn between these two latitudinal points corresponds roughly to the southern range limit of chiefly northern fishes such as minnows and suckers, and the northern range limit of the chiefly southern catfish family Heptapteridae. This is not a discrete boundary, but a broad transition zone where the continental plates of North and South America began pushing against each around three million years ago (or later). Areas below this line, including extreme southern (tropical) Mexico, are in the Neotropical Realm. So, too, are the Greater Antilles. Even though Cuba is just 150 km off the coast of Florida, and Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States, they're both giant peaks of a vast underwater mountain range that's part of South America. Fishes from Hawaii are also excluded in that they hail from the Oceania Realm.

Achiridae (American Soles) : Acipenseridae (Sturgeons) : Amblyopsidae (Cavefishes)
Amiidae (Bowfins) : Anguillidae (Freshwater Eels) : Aphredoderidae (Pirate Perches)
Ariidae (Sea Catfishes) : Atherinopsidae (New World Silversides)

Belonidae (Needlefishes)

Callichthyidae (Callichthyid Armored Catfishes) : Catostomidae (Suckers)
Centrarchidae (Sunfishes) : Channidae (Snakeheads) : Characidae (Characins) : Cichlidae (Cichlids)
Clariidae (Labyrinth Catfishes) : Clupeidae (Herrings and Shads) : Cobitidae (Loaches)
Cottidae (Sculpins) : Cyprinidae (Minnows and Carps) : Cyprinodontidae (Pupfishes)

Dasyatidae (Whiptail Stingrays) : Doradidae (Thorny Catfishes)

Elassomatidae (Pygmy Sunfishes) : Eleotridae (Sleepers) : Embiotocidae (Surfperches)
Engraulidae (Anchovies) : Esocidae (Pikes and Mudminnows)

Fundulidae (Topminnows)

Gadidae (Codfishes) : Gasterosteidae (Sticklebacks) : Gobiesocidae (Clingfishes)
Gobiidae (Gobies) : Goodeidae (Goodeids)

Hemiramphidae (Halfbeaks) : Heptapteridae (Heptapterid Catfishes) : Hiodontidae (Mooneyes)

Ictaluridae (North American Catfishes)

Lepisosteidae (Gars) : Loricariidae (Suckermouth Armored Catfishes)

Mastacembelidae (Spiny Eels) : Moronidae (Temperate Basses) : Mugilidae (Mullets)

Notopteridae (Featherfin Knifefishes)

Osmeridae (Smelts)

Percidae (Perches & Darters) : Percopsidae (Trout-Perches) : Petromyzontidae (Northern Lampreys)
Pleuronectidae (Righteye Flounders) : Poeciliidae (Poeciliids) : Polyodontidae (Paddlefishes)
Profundulidae (Middle American Killifishes)

Rivulidae (Rivulines)

Salmonidae (Salmonids) : Sciaenidae (Drums)
Synbranchidae (Swamp Eels) : Syngnathidae (Pipefishes & Seahorses)

Family Petromyzontidae (Northern Lampreys)

Entosphenus lethophagus (Hubbs 1971); Pit-Klamath Brook Lamprey
Entosphenus macrostomus (Beamish 1982); Vancouver Lamprey THREATENED (Canada, Cowichan Lake pop. only)
Entosphenus minimus (Bond & Kan 1973); Miller Lake Lamprey
Entosphenus similis Vladykov & Kott 1979; Klamath Lamprey
Entosphenus tridentatus (Gairdner 1836); Pacific Lamprey THREATENED (Mexico)
Entosphenus cf. tridentatus; Goose Lake Lamprey

Ichthyomyzon bdellium (Jordan 1885); Ohio Lamprey
Ichthyomyzon castaneus Girard 1858; Chestnut Lamprey PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Ichthyomyzon fossor Reighard & Cummins 1916; Northern Brook Lamprey PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Ichthyomyzon gagei Hubbs & Trautman 1937; Southern Brook Lamprey
Ichthyomyzon greeleyi Hubbs & Trautman 1937; Mountain Brook Lamprey
Ichthyomyzon unicuspis Hubbs & Trautman 1937; Silver Lamprey

Lampetra aepyptera (Abbott 1860); Least Brook Lamprey
Lampetra ayresii (Günther 1870); Western River Lamprey
Lampetra hubbsi (Vladykov & Kott 1976); Kern Brook Lamprey
Lampetra pacifica Vladykov 1973; Pacific Brook Lamprey
Lampetra richardsoni Vladykov & Follett 1965; Western Brook Lamprey ENDANGERED (Canada, parasitic Morrison Creek pop. only)

Lethenteron alaskense Vladykov & Kott 1978; Alaskan Brook Lamprey
Lethenteron appendix (DeKay 1842); American Brook Lamprey
Lethenteron camtschaticum (Tilesius 1811); Arctic Lamprey

Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus 1758; Sea Lamprey

Tetrapleurodon geminis Álvarez 1964; Jacona Lamprey ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Tetrapleurodon spadiceus (Bean 1887); Chapala Lamprey ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Family Dasyatidae (Whiptail Stingrays)

Dasyatis sabina (Lesueur 1824); Atlantic Stingray

Family Acipenseridae (Sturgeons)

Acipenser brevirostrum Lesueur 1818; Shortnose Sturgeon ENDANGERED (U.S.); PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Acipenser fulvescens Rafinesque 1817; Lake Sturgeon
Acipenser medirostris Ayres 1854; Green Sturgeon THREATENED (U.S., southern DPS only); SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S., northern DPS only); PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus Mitchill 1815; Atlantic Sturgeon ENDANGERED (U.S., Chesapeake, New York, Carolina and South Atlantic DPSs) and THREATENED (U.S., Gulf of Maine DPS)
Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi Vladykov 1955; Gulf Sturgeon THREATENED (U.S.)
Acipenser transmontanus Richardson 1836; White Sturgeon ENDANGERED (U.S., Kootenai River population only); PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)

Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson 1905); Pallid Sturgeon ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Scaphirhynchus platorynchus (Rafinesque 1820); Shovelnose Sturgeon THREATENED (U.S.); EXTIRPATED (Mexico)
Scaphirhynchus suttkusi Williams & Clemmer 1991; Alabama Sturgeon ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Family Polyodontidae (Paddlefishes)

Polyodon spathula (Walbaum 1792); Paddlefish EXTIRPATED (Canada)

Family Lepisosteidae (Gars)

Atractosteus spatula (Lacepède 1803); Alligator Gar

Lepisosteus oculatus Winchell 1864; Spotted Gar THREATENED (Canada, Mexico)
Lepisosteus osseus (Linnaeus 1758); Longnose Gar
Lepisosteus platostomus Rafinesque 1820; Shortnose Gar
Lepisosteus platyrhincus DeKay 1842; Florida Gar

Family Amiidae (Bowfins)

Amia calva Linnaeus 1766; Bowfin

Family Hiodontidae (Mooneyes)

Hiodon alosoides (Rafinesque 1819); Goldeye
Hiodon tergisus Lesueur 1818; Mooneye

Family Notopteridae (Featherfin Knifefishes)

Chitala ornata (Gray 1831); Clown Knifefish EXOTIC

Family Anguillidae (Freshwater Eels)

Anguilla rostrata (Lesueur 1817); American Eel

Family Engraulidae (Anchovies)

Anchoa mitchilli (Valenciennes 1848); Bay Anchovy

Family Clupeidae (Herrings and Shads)

Alosa aestivalis (Mitchill 1814); Blueback Herring SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.)
Alosa alabamae Jordan & Evermann 1896; Alabama Shad SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.)
Alosa chrysochloris (Rafinesque 1820); Skipjack Herring
Alosa mediocris (Mitchill 1814); Hickory Shad
Alosa pseudoharengus (Wilson 1811); Alewife SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.)
Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811); American Shad

Dorosoma anale Meek 1904; Longfin Gizzard Shad
Dorosoma cepedianum (Lesueur 1818); Gizzard Shad
Dorosoma petenense (Günther 1867); Threadfin Shad
Dorosoma smithi Hubbs & Miller 1941; Pacific Gizzard Shad

Lile gracilis Castro-Aguirre & Vivero 1990; Graceful Herring
Lile stolifera (Jordan & Gilbert 1882); Striped Herring

Family Cyprinidae (Minnows and Carps)

Acrocheilus alutaceus Agassiz & Pickering 1855; Chiselmouth

Agosia chrysogaster Girard 1856; Longfin Dace THREATENED (Mexico)
Agosia sp.; Mexican Longfin Dace

Algansea amecae Pérez-Rodríguez, Pérez-Ponce de León, Domínguez-Domínguez & Doadrio 2009; Ameca Chub
Algansea aphanea Barbour & Miller 1978; Riffle Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Algansea avia Barbour & Miller 1978; Remote Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Algansea barbata Álvarez & Cortés 1964; Lerma Chub ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Algansea lacustris Steindachner 1895; Pátzcuaro Chub
Algansea monticola monticola Barbour & Contreras-Balderas 1968; Mountain Chub
Algansea monticola archidion Barbour & Miller 1978
Algansea popoche (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Popoche Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Algansea tincella (Valenciennes 1844); Spottail Chub

Campostoma anomalum anomalum (Rafinesque 1820); Ohio Stoneroller
Campostoma anomalum michauxi Fowler 1945; Catawba Stoneroller
Campostoma anomalum pullum (Agassiz 1854); Central Stoneroller
Campostoma oligolepis Hubbs & Greene 1935; Largescale Stoneroller
Campostoma ornatum Girard 1856; Mexican Stoneroller
Campostoma pauciradii Burr & Cashner 1983; Bluefin Stoneroller
Campostoma spadiceum (Girard 1856); Highland Stoneroller

Carassius auratus (Linnaeus 1758); Goldfish EXOTIC

Chrosomus cumberlandensis (Starnes & Starnes 1978); Blackside Dace THREATENED (U.S.)
Chrosomus eos Cope 1862; Northern Redbelly Dace
Chrosomus erythrogaster (Rafinesque 1820); Southern Redbelly Dace
Chrosomus neogaeus (Cope 1867); Finescale Dace
Chrosomus oreas Cope 1868; Mountain Redbelly Dace
Chrosomus saylori (Skelton 2001); Laurel Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Chrosomus tennesseensis (Starnes & Jenkins 1988); Tennessee Dace

Clinostomus elongatus (Kirtland 1841); Redside Dace PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Clinostomus funduloides funduloides Girard 1856; Rosyside Dace
Clinostomus funduloides estor (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Highland Dace
Clinostomus funduloides ssp.; Smoky Dace

Couesius plumbeus plumbeus (Agassiz 1850); Northern Lake Chub
Couesius plumbeus ssp.; Prairie Lake Chub

Ctenopharyngodon idella (Vallenciennes 1844); Grass Carp EXOTIC

Cyprinella alvarezdelvillari Contreras-Balderas & Lozano-Vilano 1994; Tepehuan Shiner ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinella analostana Girard 1859; Satinfin Shiner
Cyprinella bocagrande (Chernoff & Miller 1982); Largemouth Shiner ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinella caerulea (Jordan 1877); Blue Shiner THREATENED (U.S.)
Cyprinella callisema (Jordan 1877); Ocmulgee Shiner
Cyprinella callistia (Jordan 1877); Alabama Shiner
Cyprinella callitaenia (Bailey & Gibbs 1956); Bluestripe Shiner
Cyprinella camura (Jordan & Meek 1884); Bluntface Shiner
Cyprinella chloristia (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Greenfin Shiner
Cyprinella formosa (Girard 1856); Beautiful Shiner THREATENED (U.S., Mexico)
Cyprinella galactura (Cope 1868); Whitetail Shiner
Cyprinella garmani (Jordan 1885); Gibbous Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinella gibbsi (Howell & Williams 1971); Tallapoosa Shiner
Cyprinella labrosa (Cope 1870); Thicklip Chub
Cyprinella leedsi (Fowler 1942); Bannerfin Shiner
Cyprinella lepida Girard 1856; Plateau Shiner
Cyprinella cf. lepida; Nueces Shiner
Cyprinella lutrensis lutrensis (Baird & Girard 1853); Red Shiner
Cyprinella lutrensis blairi Hubbs 1940; Maravillas Red Shiner EXTINCT
Cyprinella lutrensis forlonensis Meek 1904 THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinella nivea (Cope 1870); Whitefin Shiner
Cyprinella ornata (Girard 1856); Ornate Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinella panarcys (Hubbs & Miller 1978); Conchos Shiner ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinella proserpina (Girard 1856); Proserpine Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinella pyrrhomelas (Cope 1870); Fieryblack Shiner
Cyprinella rutila (Girard 1856); Mexican Red Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinella spiloptera (Cope 1867); Spotfin Shiner
Cyprinella trichroistia (Jordan & Gilbert 1878); Tricolor Shiner
Cyprinella venusta venusta Girard 1856; Western Blacktail Shiner
Cyprinella venusta cercostigma Cope 1868; Southeastern Blacktail Shiner
Cyprinella venusta stigmatura (Jordan 1877); Slender Blacktail Shiner
Cyprinella whipplei Girard 1856; Steelcolor Shiner
Cyprinella xaenura (Jordan 1877); Altamaha Shiner
Cyprinella xanthicara (Minckley & Lytle 1969); Cuatro Ciénegas Shiner ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinella zanema (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Santee Chub
Cyprinella cf. zanema; Thinlip Chub

Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus 1758; Common Carp EXOTIC

Dionda argentosa Girard 1856; Manantial Roundnose Minnow
Dionda diaboli Hubbs & Brown 1957; Devils River Minnow THREATENED (U.S.), ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Dionda episcopa Girard 1856; Roundnose Minnow ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Dionda cf. episcopa (Northern Colorado drainage)
Dionda cf. episcopa (Rio Conchos & Rio Grande)
Dionda cf. episcopa (upper Pecos)
Dionda flavipinnis (Cope 1880)
Dionda melanops Girard 1856; Spotted Minnow ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Dionda nigrotaeniata (Cope 1880); Guadalupe Roundnose Minnow
Dionda serena Girard 1856; Nueces Roundnose Minnow
Dionda texensis Girard 1856
Dionda sp. (Rio Tunal)

Eremichthys acros Hubbs & Miller 1948; Desert Dace THREATENED (U.S.)

Ericymba amplamala (Pera & Armbruster 2006); Longjaw Shiner
Ericymba buccata Cope 1865; Silverjaw Minnow

Erimonax monachus (Cope 1868); Spotfin Chub THREATENED (U.S.)

Erimystax cahni (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Slender Chub THREATENED (U.S.)
Erimystax dissimilis (Kirtland 1841); Streamline Chub
Erimystax harryi (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Ozark Chub
Erimystax insignis insignis (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Blotched Chub
Erimystax insignis eristigma (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Mountain Blotched Chub
Erimystax x-punctatus x-punctatus (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Western Gravel Chub
Erimystax x-punctatus trautmani (Hubbs & Crowe 1956); Eastern Gravel Chub EXTIRPATED (Canada)

Evarra bustamantei Navarro 1955; Mexican Chub EXTINCT
Evarra eigenmanni Woolman 1894; Plateau Chub EXTINCT
Evarra tlahuacensis Meek 1902; Endorheic Chub EXTINCT

Exoglossum laurae (Hubbs 1931); Tonguetied Minnow
Exoglossum maxillingua (Lesueur 1817); Cutlip Minnow

Gila atraria (Girard 1856); Utah Chub
Gila brevicauda Norris, Fischer & Minckley 2003; Shorttail Chub
Gila coerulea (Girard 1856); Blue Chub
Gila conspersa Garman 1881; Nazas Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Gila crassicauda (Baird & Girard 1854); Thicktail Chub EXTINCT
Gila cypha Miller 1946; Humpback Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gila ditaenia Miller 1945; Sonora Chub THREATENED (U.S., Mexico)
Gila cf. ditaenia Rio Concepcion Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Gila elegans Baird & Girard 1853; Bonytail ENDANGERED (U.S.); ENDANGERED but extirpated (Mexico)
Gila eremica DeMarais 1991; Desert Chub
Gila intermedia (Girard 1856); Gila Chub ENDANGERED (U.S., Mexico)
Gila cf. intermedia; Monkey Spring Chub EXTINCT
Gila jordani Tanner 1953; White River Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gila minacae Meek 1902; Mexican Roundtail Chub SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Gila modesta (Garman 1881); Saltillo Chub ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Gila nigra Cope 1875; Headwater Chub CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Gila nigrescens (Girard 1856); Chihuahua Chub THREATENED (U.S., Mexico)
Gila orcuttii (Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1890); Arroyo Chub
Gila pandora (Cope 1872); Rio Grande Chub
Gila pulchra (Girard 1856); Conchos Chub
Gila cf. pulchra (southeastern Río Yaqui system)
Gila purpurea (Girard 1856); Yaqui Chub ENDANGERED (U.S., Mexico)
Gila robusta Baird & Girard 1853; Roundtail Chub CANDIDATE (U.S., lower Colorado River basin DPS); EXTIRPATED (Mexico)
Gila seminuda Cope & Yarrow 1875; Virgin Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Hemitremia flammea (Jordan & Gilbert 1878); Flame Chub

Hesperoleucus symmetricus symmetricus (Baird & Girard 1854); California Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus mitrulus Snyder 1913; Pit Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus navarroensis Snyder 1913; Navarro Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus parvipinnis Snyder 1913; Gualala Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus subditus Snyder 1913; Monterey Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus ssp.; Clear Lake-Russian River Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus ssp.; Red Hills Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus ssp.; San Jaoquin Roach
Hesperoleucus symmetricus ssp.; Tomales Roach

Hybognathus amarus (Girard 1856); Rio Grande Silvery Minnow ENDANGERED (U.S.); EXTIRPATED (Mexico)
Hybognathus argyritis Girard 1856; Western Silvery Minnow THREATENED (Canada)
Hybognathus hankinsoni Hubbs 1929; Brassy Minnow
Hybognathus hayi Jordan 1885; Cypress Minnow
Hybognathus nuchalis Agassiz 1855; Mississippi Silvery Minnow
Hybognathus placitus Girard 1856; Plains Minnow
Hybognathus regius Girard 1856; Eastern Silvery Minnow

Hybopsis amblops (Rafinesque 1820); Bigeye Chub
Hybopsis amnis (Hubbs & Greene 1951); Pallid Shiner
Hybopsis hypsinotus (Cope 1870); Highback Chub
Hybopsis lineapunctata Clemmer & Suttkus 1971; Lined Chub
Hybopsis rubrifrons (Jordan 1877); Rosyface Chub
Hybopsis winchelli Girard 1856; Clear Chub
Hybopsis cf. winchelli; Coastal Chub

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Valenciennes 1844); Silver Carp EXOTIC
Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (Richardson 1845); Bighead Carp EXOTIC

Iotichthys phlegethontis (Cope 1874); Least Chub

Lavinia exilicauda exilicauda Baird & Girard 1854; Hitch
Lavinia exilicauda chi Hopkirk 1973; Clear Lake Hitch
Lavinia exilicauda harengus Girard 1856; Monterey Hitch

Lepidomeda albivallis Miller & Hubbs 1960; White River Spinedace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Lepidomeda aliciae (Jouy 1881); Southern Leatherside Chub
Lepidomeda altivelis Miller & Hubbs 1960; Pahranagat Spinedace EXTINCT
Lepidomeda copei (Jordan & Gilbert 1881); Northern Leatherside Chub
Lepidomeda mollispinis mollispinis Miller & Hubbs 1960; Virgin Spinedace
Lepidomeda mollispinis pratensis Miller & Hubbs 1960; Big Spring Spinedace THREATENED (U.S.)
Lepidomeda vittata Cope 1874; Little Colorado Spinedace THREATENED (U.S.)

Luxilus albeolus (Jordan 1889); White Shiner
Luxilus cardinalis (Mayden 1988); Cardinal Shiner
Luxilus cerasinus (Cope 1868); Crescent Shiner
Luxilus chrysocephalus chrysocephalus Rafinesque 1820; Central Striped Shiner
Luxilus chrysocephalus isolepis (Hubbs & Brown 1927); Southern Striped Shiner
Luxilus coccogenis (Cope 1868); Warpaint Shiner
Luxilus cornutus cornutus (Mitchill 1817); Eastern Common Shiner
Luxilus cornutus frontalis (Agassiz 1850); Northern Common Shiner
Luxilus pilsbryi (Fowler 1904); Duskystripe Shiner
Luxilus zonatus (Agassiz 1863); Bleeding Shiner
Luxilus zonistius Jordan 1880; Bandfin Shiner

Lythrurus alegnotus (Snelson 1972); Warrior Shiner
Lythrurus ardens (Cope 1868); Rosefin Shiner
Lythrurus atrapiculus (Snelson 1972); Blacktip Shiner
Lythrurus bellus (Hay 1881); Pretty Shiner
Lythrurus fasciolaris (Gilbert 1891); Scarlet Shiner
Lythrurus fumeus (Evermann 1892); Ribbon Shiner
Lythrurus lirus (Jordan 1877); Mountain Shiner
Lythrurus matutinus (Cope 1870); Pinewoods Shiner
Lythrurus roseipinnis (Hay 1885); Cherryfin Shiner
Lythrurus snelsoni (Robison 1985); Ouachita Shiner
Lythrurus umbratilis umbratilis (Girard 1856); Western Redfin Shiner
Lythrurus umbratilis cyanocephalus Copeland 1877; Eastern Redfin Shiner

Macrhybopsis aestivalis (Girard 1856); Speckled Chub
Macrhybopsis cf. aestivalis; Coosa (Fall Line) Chub
Macrhybopsis cf. aestivalis; Gulf (Pine Hills) Chub
Macrhybopsis cf. aestivalis; Pallid (Florida) Chub
Macrhybopsis australis (Hubbs & Ortenburger 1929); Prairie Chub
Macrhybopsis gelida (Girard 1856); Sturgeon Chub
Macrhybopsis hyostoma (Gilbert 1884); Shoal Chub
Macrhybopsis marconis (Jordan & Gilbert 1886); Burrhead Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Macrhybopsis meeki (Jordan & Evermann 1896); Sicklefin Chub
Macrhybopsis storeriana (Kirtland 1845); Silver Chub SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Macrhybopsis tetranema (Gilbert 1886); Peppered Chub

Margariscus margarita margarita (Cope 1867); Allegheny Pearl Dace
Margariscus margarita koelzi (Hubbs & Lagler 1949); Harvey Lake Pearl Dace
Margariscus nachtriebi (Cox 1896); Northern Pearl Dace

Meda fulgida Girard 1856; Spikedace ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Moapa coriacea Hubbs & Miller 1948; Moapa Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Mylocheilus caurinus (Richardson 1836); Peamouth

Mylopharodon conocephalus (Baird & Girard 1854); Hardhead

Mylopharyngodon piceus (Richardson 1846); Black Carp EXOTIC

Nocomis asper Lachner & Jenkins 1971; Redspot Chub
Nocomis biguttatus (Kirtland 1841); Hornyhead Chub
Nocomis effusus Lachner & Jenkins 1967; Redtail Chub
Nocomis leptocephalus leptocephalus (Girard 1856); Bluehead Chub
Nocomis leptocephalus bellicus Girard 1856; Gulf Chub
Nocomis leptocephalus interocularis Lachner & Wiley 1971; Georgian Chub
Nocomis micropogon (Cope 1865); River Chub
Nocomis platyrhynchus Lachner & Jenkins 1971; Bigmouth Chub
Nocomis raneyi Lachner & Jenkins 1971; Bull Chub

Notemigonus crysoleucas crysoleucas (Mitchill 1814); Eastern Golden Shiner
Notemigonus crysoleucas auratus Rafinesque 1819; Western Golden Shiner

Notropis aguirrepequenoi Contreras-Balderas & Rivera-Teillery 1973; Soto la Marina Shiner SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Notropis albizonatus Warren & Burr 1994; Palezone Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis alborus Hubbs & Raney 1947; Whitemouth Shiner
Notropis altipinnis (Cope 1870); Highfin Shiner
Notropis amabilis (Girard 1856); Texas Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis amecae Chernoff & Miller 1986; Ameca Shiner EXTINCT but recently rediscovered (Mexico)
Notropis ammophilus Suttkus & Boschung 1990; Orangefin Shiner
Notropis amoenus (Abbott 1874); Comely Shiner
Notropis amplamala Pera & Armbruster 2006; Longjaw Shiner
Notropis anogenus Forbes 1885; Pugnose Shiner ENDANGERED (Canada)
Notropis ariommus (Cope 1867); Popeye Shiner
Notropis asperifrons Suttkus & Raney 1955; Burrhead Shiner
Notropis atherinoides atherinoides Rafinesque 1818; River Emerald Shiner
Notropis atherinoides acutus (Lapham 1854); Lake Emerald Shiner EXTINCT
Notropis atrocaudalis Evermann 1892; Blackspot Shiner
Notropis aulidion Chernoff & Miller 1986; Durango Shiner SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico), but EXTINCT
Notropis baileyi Suttkus & Raney 1955; Rough Shiner
Notropis bairdi Hubbs & Ortenburger 1929; Red River Shiner
Notropis bifrenatus (Cope 1867); Bridle Shiner SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Notropis blennius (Girard 1856); River Shiner
Notropis boops Gilbert 1884; Bigeye Shiner
Notropis boucardi (Günther 1868); Balsas Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis braytoni Jordan & Evermann 1896; Tamaulipas Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis buccula Cross 1953; Smalleye Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis buchanani Meek 1896; Ghost Shiner
Notropis cahabae Mayden & Kuhajda 1989; Cahaba Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis calabazas Lyons & Mercado-Silva 2004; Calabazas Shiner
Notropis calientis (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Yellow Shiner
Notropis candidus Suttkus 1890; Silverside Shiner
Notropis chalybaeus (Cope 1867); Ironcolor Shiner
Notropis chihuahua Woolman 1892; Chihuahua Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis chiliticus (Cope 1870); Redlip Shiner
Notropis chlorocephalus (Cope 1870); Greenhead Shiner
Notropis cf. chlorocephalus; Piedmont Shiner
Notropis chrosomus (Jordan 1877); Rainbow Shiner
Notropis cumingii (Günther 1868); Atoyac Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis cummingsae Myers 1925; Dusky Shiner
Notropis dorsalis dorsalis (Agassiz 1854); Central Bigmouth Shiner PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Notropis dorsalis keimi Fowler 1909; Eastern Bigmouth Shiner
Notropis edwardraneyi Suttkus & Cremmer 1968; Fluvial Shiner
Notropis girardi Hubbs & Ortenburger 1929; Arkansas River Shiner THREATENED (U.S.)
Notropis grandis Domínguez-Domínguez, Pérez-Rodríguez, Escalera-Vázquez & Doadrio 2009; Zacapu Shiner
Notropis greenei Hubbs & Ortenburger 1929; Wedgespot Shiner
Notropis harperi Fowler 1941; Redeye Chub
Notropis heterodon (Cope 1865); Blackchin Shiner
Notropis heterolepis heterolepis Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1893; Northern Blacknose Shiner
Notropis heterolepis regalis Hubbs & Lagler 1949; Harvey Lake Blacknose Shiner
Notropis hudsonius (Clinton 1824); Northern Spottail Shiner
Notropis hudsonius ssp.; Great Lakes Spottail Shiner
Notropis hypsilepis Suttkus & Raney 1955; Highscale Shiner
Notropis jemezanus (Cope 1875); Rio Grande Shiner THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis leuciodus (Cope 1868); Tennessee Shiner
Notropis longirostris (Hay 1881); Longnose Shiner
Notropis lutipinnis (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Yellowfin Shiner
Notropis maculatus (Hay 1881); Taillight Shiner
Notropis marhabatiensis Domínguez-Domínguez, Pérez-Rodríguez, Escalera-Vázquez & Doadrio 2009; Maravatío Shiner
Notropis mekistocholas Snelson 1971; Cape Fear Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis melanostomus Bortone 1989; Blackmouth Shiner
Notropis micropteryx (Cope 1868); Highland Shiner
Notropis moralesi de Buen 1955; Papaloapan Chub THREATENED (Mexico)
Notropis nazas Meek 1904; Nazas Shiner
Notropis nubilus (Forbes 1878); Ozark Minnow
Notropis orca Woolman 1894; Phantom Shiner EXTINCT
Notropis ortenburgeri Hubbs 1927; Kiamichi Shiner
Notropis oxyrhynchus Hubbs & Bonham 1951; Sharpnose Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis ozarcanus Meek 1891; Ozark Shiner
Notropis percobromus (Cope 1871); Carmine Shiner THREATENED (Canada)
Notropis perpallidus Hubbs & Black 1940; Peppered Shiner
Notropis petersoni Fowler 1942; Coastal Shiner
Notropis photogenis (Cope 1865); Silver Shiner PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Notropis potteri Hubbs & Bonham 1951; Chub Shiner
Notropis procne (Cope 1865); Swallowtail Shiner
Notropis rafinesquei Suttkus 1991; Yazoo Shiner
Notropis rubellus (Agassiz 1850); Rosyface Shiner
Notropis cf. rubellus (upper Kanawha River system)
Notropis rubricroceus (Cope 1868); Saffron Shiner
Notropis rupestris Page 1987; Bedrock Shiner
Notropis sabinae Jordan & Gilbert 1886; Sabine Shiner
Notropis saladonis Hubbs & Hubbs 1958; Salado Shiner ENDANGERED (Mexico); PROBABLY EXTINCT
Notropis sallaei (Günther 1868); Aztec Chub
Notropis scabriceps (Cope 1868); New River Shiner
Notropis scepticus (Jordan & Gilbert 1883); Sandbar Shiner
Notropis semperasper Gilbert 1961; Roughhead Shiner
Notropis shumardi (Girard 1856); Silverband Shiner
Notropis simus simus (Cope 1875); Bluntnose Shiner EXTINCT
Notropis simus pecosensis Gilbert & Chernoff 1982; Pecos Bluntnose Shiner THREATENED (U.S.)
Notropis spectrunculus (Cope 1868); Mirror Shiner
Notropis cf. spectrunculus; Sawfin Shiner
Notropis stilbius Jordan 1877; Silverstripe Shiner
Notropis stramineus stramineus (Cope 1865); Sand Shiner
Notropis stramineus missuriensis (Cope 1871); Plains Sand Shiner
Notropis suttkusi Humphries & Cashner 1994; Rocky Shiner
Notropis telescopus (Cope 1868); Telescope Shiner
Notropis texanus (Girard 1856); Weed Shiner
Notropis topeka (Gilbert 1884); Topeka Shiner ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Notropis tropicus Hubbs & Miller 1975; Pygmy Shiner
Notropis uranoscopus Suttkus 1959; Skygazer Shiner
Notropis volucellus (Cope 1865); Mimic Shiner
Notropis wickliffi Trautman 1931; Channel Shiner
Notropis xaenocephalus (Jordan 1877); Coosa Shiner

Opsopoeodus emiliae emiliae Hay 1881; Pugnose Minnow SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Opsopoeodus emiliae peninsularis (Gilbert & Bailey 1972); Peninsula Pugnose Minnow

Oregonichthys crameri (Snyder 1908); Oregon Chub THREATENED but proposed for delisting (U.S.)
Oregonichthys kalawatseti Markle, Pearsons & Bills 1991; Umpqua Chub

Orthodon microlepidotus (Ayres 1854); Sacramento Blackfish

Phenacobius catostomus Jordan 1877; Riffle Minnow
Phenacobius crassilabrum Minckley & Craddock 1962; Fatlips Minnow
Phenacobius mirabilis (Girard 1856); Suckermouth Minnow
Phenacobius teretulus Cope 1867; Kanawha Minnow
Phenacobius uranops Cope 1867; Stargazing Minnow

Pimephales notatus (Rafinesque 1820); Bluntnose Minnow
Pimephales promelas promelas Rafinesque 1820; Fathead Minnow
Pimephales promelas harveyensis Hubbs & Lagler 1949; Harvey Lake Fathead Minnow
Pimephales tenellus tenellus (Girard 1856); Eastern Slim Minnow
Pimephales tenellus parviceps (Hubbs & Black 1947); Western Slim Minnow
Pimephales vigilax vigilax (Baird & Girard 1853); Northern Bullhead Minnow
Pimephales vigilax perspicuus (Girard 1856); Southwestern Bullhead Minnow

Plagopterus argentissimus Cope 1874; Woundfin ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Platygobio gracilis gracilis (Richardson 1836); Northern Flathead Chub
Platygobio gracilis gulonellus (Cope 1865); Southern Flathead Chub

Pogonichthys ciscoides Hopkirk 1974; Clear Lake Splittail EXTINCT
Pogonichthys macrolepidotus (Ayres 1854); Splittail

Pteronotropis euryzonus (Suttkus 1955); Broadstripe Shiner
Pteronotropis grandipinnis (Jordan 1877); Apalachee Shiner
Pteronotropis hubbsi (Bailey & Robison 1978); Bluehead Shiner
Pteronotropis hypselopterus (Günther 1868); Sailfin Shiner
Pteronotropis cf. hypselopterus (St. Marys, St. Johns and Withlacoochee River form)
Pteronotropis merlini (Suttkus & Mettee 2001); Orangetail Shiner
Pteronotropis metallicus (Jordan & Meek 1884); Metallic Shiner
Pteronotropis cf. metallicus (Alafia Shiner)
Pteronotropis signipinnis (Bailey & Suttkus 1952); Flagfin Shiner
Pteronotropis stonei (Fowler 1921); Lowland Shiner
Pteronotropis welaka (Evermann & Kendall 1898); Bluenose Shiner

Ptychocheilus grandis (Ayres 1854); Sacramento Pikeminnow
Ptychocheilus lucius Girard 1856; Colorado Pikeminnow ENDANGERED (U.S.); EXTIRPATED (Mexico)
Ptychocheilus oregonensis (Richardson 1836); Northern Pikeminnow
Ptychocheilus umpquae Snyder 1908; Umpqua Pikeminnow

Relictus solitarius Hubbs & Miller 1972; Relict Dace

Rhinichthys atratulus (Hermann 1804); Eastern Blacknose Dace
Rhinichthys cataractae cataractae (Valenciennes 1842); Eastern Longnose Dace
Rhinichthys cataractae dulcis (Girard 1856); Western Longnose Dace
Rhinichthys cataractae smithi Nichols 1916; Banff Longnose Dace EXTINCT
Rhinichthys cataractae ssp.; Millicoma Dace
Rhinichthys cataractae ssp.; Nooksack Dace ENDANGERED (Canada)
Rhinichthys cobitis (Girard 1856); Loach Minnow ENDANGERED but EXTIRPATED (Mexico); ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys deaconi Miller 1984; Las Vegas Dace EXTINCT
Rhinichthys evermanni Snyder 1908; Umpqua Dace
Rhinichthys falcatus (Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1893); Leopard Dace
Rhinichthys obtusus Agassiz 1854; Western Blacknose Ddace
Rhinichthys osculus osculus (Girard 1856); Speckled Dace ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Rhinichthys osculus adobe (Jordan & Evermann 1891); Sevier River Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus carringtonii (Cope 1872); Bonneville Speckled dace
Rhinichthys osculus klamathensis (Evermann & Meek 1898); Klamath Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus lariversi Lugaski 1972; Big Smoky Valley Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus lethoporus Hubbs & Miller 1972; Independence Valley Speckled Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys osculus moapae Williams 1978; Moapa River Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis Gilbert 1893; Ash Meadows Speckled Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys osculus nubilus (Girard 1856); Blackside Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus oligoporus Hubbs & Miller 1972; Clover Valley Speckled Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys osculus reliquus Hubbs & Miller 1972; Grass Valley Speckled Dace EXTINCT
Rhinichthys osculus robustus (Rutter 1903); Lahontan Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus thermalis (Hubbs & Kuhne 1937); Kendall Warm Springs Speckled Dace ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys osculus velifer Gilbert 1893; Pahranagat Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus yarrowi Jordan & Evermann 1891; Colorado River Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Diamond Valley Speckled Dace POSSIBLY EXTINCT
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Foskett Speckled Dace THREATENED (U.S.)
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Long Valley Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Meadow Valley Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Monitor Valley Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Oasis Valley Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Owens Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Sacramento Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; Santa Ana Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys osculus ssp.; White River Speckled Dace
Rhinichthys umatilla (Gilbert & Evermann 1894); Umatilla Dace PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)

Rhodeus sericeus (Pallas 1776); European Bitterling EXOTIC

Richardsonius balteatus balteatus (Richardson 1836); Columbia Redside Shiner
Richardsonius balteatus hydrophlox (Cope 1872); Bonneville Redside Shiner
Richardsonius egregius (Girard 1858); Lahontan Redside

Scardinius erythrophthalmus (Linnaeus 1758); Rudd EXOTIC

Semotilus atromaculatus (Mitchill 1818); Creek Chub
Semotilus corporalis (Mitchill 1817); Fallfish
Semotilus lumbee Snelson & Suttkus 1978; Sandhills Chub
Semotilus thoreauianus Jordan 1877; Dixie Chub

Siphateles alvordensis (Hubbs & Miller 1972); Alvord Chub
Siphateles bicolor bicolor (Girard 1856); Klamath Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor columbianus (Snyder 1908); Columbia Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor euchilus (Hubbs & Miller 1972); Fish Creek Springs Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor eurysoma (Williams & Bond 1981); Sheldon Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor isolata (Hubbs & Miller 1972); Independence Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor mohavensis Snyder 1918; Mohave Tui Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Siphateles bicolor newarkensis (Hubbs & Miller 1972); Newark Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor obesus (Girard 1856); Lahontan Creek Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor oregonensis (Snyder 1908); Oregon Lakes Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor pectinifer (Snyder 1917); Lahontan Lake Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor snyderi (Miller 1973); Owens Tui Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Siphateles bicolor thalassinus (Cope 1883); Goose Lake Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor vaccaceps (Bills & Bond 1980); Cow Head Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Big Smoky Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Catlow Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Dixie Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Duckwater Creek Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Eagle Lake Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Fish Lake Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; High Rock Springs Tui Chub EXTINCT
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Hot Creek Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Hutton Spring Tui Chub THREATENED (U.S.)
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Little Fish Lake Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Pit River Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Railroad Valley Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Silver Lake Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Summer Basin Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Toikona Tui Chub
Siphateles bicolor ssp.; Warner Basin Tui Chub
Siphateles boraxobius (Williams & Bond 1980); Borax Lake Chub ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Stypodon signifer Garman 1881; Stumptooth Minnow ENDANGERED (Mexico) but EXTINCT

Tampichthys catostomops (Hubbs & Miller 1977); Pánuco Minnow
Tampichthys dichroma (Hubbs & Miller 1977); Bicolor Minnow THREATENED (Mexico)
Tampichthys erimyzonops (Hubbs & Miller 1974); Chubsucker Minnow
Tampichthys ipni (Álvarez & Navarro 1953); Lantern Minnow
Tampichthys mandibularis (Contreras-Balderas & Verduzco-Martínez 1977); Flatjaw Minnow ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Tampichthys rasconis (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Blackstripe Minnow POSSIBLY EXTINCT

Tinca tinca (Linnaeus 1758); Tench EXOTIC

Yuriria alta (Jordan 1880); Jalisco Chub
Yuriria amatlana Domínguez-Domínguez, Pompa-Domínguez & Doadria 2007; Amatlana Chub
Yuriria chapalae (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Chapala Chub

Family Catostomidae (Suckers)

Carpiodes carpio (Rafinesque 1820); River Carpsucker THREATENED (Mexico)
Carpiodes cyprinus cyprinus (Lesueur 1817); Northern Quillback
Carpiodes cyprinus hinei Trautman 1956; Central Quillback
Carpiodes velifer (Rafinesque 1820); Highfin Carpsucker

Catostomus ardens Jordan & Gilbert 1881; Utah Sucker
Catostomus bernardini Girard 1856; Yaqui Sucker EXTIRPATED (U.S.); SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Catostomus bondi Smith, Stewart & Carpenter 2013
Catostomus cahita Siebert & Minckley 1986; Cahita Sucker THREATENED (Mexico)
Catostomus catostomus catostomus (Forster 1773); Eastern Longnose Sucker ENDANGERED (Canada, Salish pop. only)
Catostomus catostomus griseus Girard 1856; Rocky Mountain Longnose Sucker
Catostomus catostomus lacustris Bajkov 1927; Jasper Longnose Sucker
Catostomus catostomus nanomyzon Mather 1886; Dwarf Longnose Sucker
Catostomus catostomus pocatello Gilbert & Evermann 1894; Snake River Longnose Sucker
Catostomus catostomus rostratus Tilesius 1813; Siberian Longnose Sucker
Catostomus clarkii clarkii Baird & Girard 1854; Desert Sucker
Catostomus clarkii intermedius (Tanner 1942); White River Sucker
Catostomus columbianus columbianus (Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1893); Bridgelip Sucker
Catostomus columbianus hubbsi Smith 1966
Catostomus commersonii (Lacepède 1803); White Sucker
Catostomus discobolus discobolus Cope 1871; Bluehead Sucker
Catostomus discobolus jarrovii (Cope 1874); Zuni Bluehead Sucker ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Catostomus fumeiventris Miller 1973; Owens Sucker
Catostomus insignis Baird & Girard 1854; Sonora Sucker ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Catostomus jordani (Evermann 1903)
Catostomus lahontan (Rutter 1895)
Catostomus latipinnis Baird & Girard 1853; Flannelmouth Sucker
Catostomus cf. latipinnis; Little Colorado River Sucker
Catostomus leopoldi Siebert & Minckley 1986; Fleshylip Sucker SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Catostomus macrocheilus Girard 1856; Largescale Sucker
Catostomus microps Rutter 1908; Modoc Sucker ENDANGERED but proposed for delisting (U.S.)
Catostomus nebuliferus Garman 1881; Nazas Sucker THREATENED (Mexico)
Catostomus occidentalis occidentalis Ayres 1854; Sacramento Sucker
Catostomus occidentalis humboldtianus Snyder 1913; Humboldt Sucker
Catostomus occidentalis lacusanserinus Fowler 1913; Goose Lake Sucker
Catostomus occidentalis mniotiltus Snyder 1913; Pajaro Sucker
Catostomus platyrhynchus (Cope 1874); Mountain Sucker
Catostomus plebeius Baird & Girard 1854; Rio Grande Sucker THREATENED (Mexico)
Catostomus rimiculus Gilbert & Snyder 1898; Klamath Smallscale Sucker
Catostomus santaanae (Snyder 1908); Santa Ana Sucker THREATENED (U.S.)
Catostomus snyderi Gilbert 1898; Klamath Largescale Sucker
Catostomus tahoensis Gill & Jordan 1878; Tahoe Sucker
Catostomus tsiltcoosensis Evermann & Meek 1898; Tyee Sucker
Catostomus utawana Mather 1886; Summer Sucker
Catostomus virescens (Cope 1875)
Catostomus warnerensis Snyder 1908; Warner Sucker THREATENED (U.S.)
Catostomus wigginsi Herre & Brock 1936; Ópata Sucker THREATENED (Mexico)
Catostomus sp.; Wall Canyon Sucker

Chasmistes brevirostris Cope 1879; Shortnose Sucker ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Chasmistes cujus Cope 1883; Cui-ui ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Chasmistes liorus liorus Jordan 1878 EXTINCT
Chasmistes liorus mictus Miller & Smith 1981; June Sucker ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Chasmistes muriei Miller & Smith 1981; Snake River Sucker EXTINCT

Cycleptus elongatus (Lesueur 1817); Blue Sucker SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Cycleptus meridionalis Burr & Mayden 1999; Southeastern Blue Sucker

Deltistes luxatus (Cope 1879); Lost River Sucker ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Erimyzon claviformis (Girard 1856); Western Creek Chubsucker
Erimyzon oblongus (Mitchill 1814); Eastern Creek Chubsucker
Erimyzon sucetta sucetta (Lacepède 1803); Eastern Lake Chubsucker
Erimyzon sucetta kennerlii (Girard 1856); Western Lake Chubsucker THREATENED (Canada)
Erimyzon tenuis (Agassiz 1855); Sharpfin Chubsucker

Hypentelium etowanum (Jordan 1877); Alabama Hog Sucker
Hypentelium nigricans (Lesueur 1817); Northern Hog Sucker
Hypentelium roanokense Raney & Lachner 1947; Roanoke Hog Sucker

Ictiobus bubalus (Rafinesque 1818); Smallmouth Buffalo THREATENED (Mexico)
Ictiobus cyprinellus (Valenciennes 1844); Bigmouth Buffalo PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Ictiobus labiosus (Meek 1904); Fleshylip Buffalo
Ictiobus meridionalis (Günther 1868); Southern Buffalo
Ictiobus niger (Rafinesque 1819); Black Buffalo PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada); THREATENED (Mexico)

Minytrema melanops (Rafinesque 1820); Spotted Sucker SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)

Moxostoma albidum (Girard 1856); Longlip Jumprock
Moxostoma anisurum (Rafinesque 1820); Silver Redhorse
Moxostoma ariommum Robins & Raney 1956; Bigeye Jumprock
Moxostoma austrinum austrinum Bean 1880; Mexican Redhorse
Moxostoma austrinum milleri Robins & Raney 1957
Moxostoma breviceps (Cope 1870); Smallmouth Redhorse
Moxostoma carinatum (Cope 1870); River Redhorse PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Moxostoma cervinum (Cope 1868); Blacktip Jumprock
Moxostoma collapsum (Cope 1870); Notchlip Redhorse
Moxostoma congestum (Baird & Girard 1854); Gray Redhorse
Moxostoma duquesnei (Lesueur 1817); Black Redhorse PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada)
Moxostoma erythrurum (Rafinesque 1818); Golden Redhorse
Moxostoma cf. erythrurum; Carolina Redhorse
Moxostoma hubbsi Legendre 1952; Copper Redhorse PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada)
Moxostoma lacerum (Jordan & Brayton 1877); Harelip Sucker EXTINCT
Moxostoma lachneri Robins & Raney 1956; Greater Jumprock
Moxostoma cf. lachneri; (Brassy Jumprock)
Moxostoma macrolepidotum (Lesueur 1817); Shorthead Redhorse
Moxostoma cf. macrolepidotum Sicklefin Redhorse CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Moxostoma mascotae Regan 1907; Mascota Jumprock
Moxostoma pappillosum (Cope 1870); V-lip Redhorse
Moxostoma pisolabrum Trautman & Martin 1951; Pealip Redhorse
Moxostoma poecilurum Jordan 1877; Blacktail Redhorse
Moxostoma cf. poecilurum; Apalachicola (Grayfin) Redhorse
Moxostoma robustum (Cope 1870); Robust Redhorse
Moxostoma rupiscartes Jordan & Jenkins 1889; Striped Jumprock
Moxostoma valenciennesi Jordan 1885; Greater Redhorse

Thoburnia atripinnis (Bailey 1959); Blackfin Sucker
Thoburnia hamiltoni Raney & Lachner 1946; Rustyside Sucker
Thoburnia rhothoeca (Thoburn 1896); Torrent Sucker

Xyrauchen texanus (Abbott 1860); Razorback Sucker ENDANGERED (U.S.); ENDANGERED but EXTIRPATED (Mexico)

Family Cobitidae (Loaches)

Misgurnus anguillicaudatus (Cantor 1842); Oriental Weatherfish EXOTIC

Family Characidae (Characins)

Astyanax aeneus (Günther 1860); Banded Tetra
Astyanax mexicanus (De Filippi 1853); Mexican Tetra

Bramocharax caballeroi Contreras-Balderas & Rivera-Teillery 1985; Catemaco Characin

Hyphessobrycon compressus Meek 1904; Maya Tetra

Family Ictaluridae (North American Catfishes)

Ameiurus brunneus Jordan 1877; Snail Bullhead
Ameiurus catus (Linnaeus 1758); White Catfish
Ameiurus melas (Rafinesque 1820); Black Bullhead
Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819); Yellow Bullhead
Ameiurus nebulosus (Lesueur 1819); Brown Bullhead
Ameiurus platycephalus (Girard 1859); Flat Bullhead
Ameiurus serracanthus (Yerger & Relyea 1968); Spotted Bullhead

Ictalurus australis (Meek 1904); Pánuco Catfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Ictalurus balsanus (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Balsas Catfish
Ictalurus dugesii (Bean 1880); Lerma Catfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Ictalurus cf. dugesii THREATENED (Mexico)
Ictalurus furcatus (Lesueur 1840); Blue Catfish
Ictalurus lupus (Girard 1858); Headwater Catfish SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Ictalurus cf. lupus; Chihuahua Catfish
Ictalurus cf. lupus; Cuatro Cienegas Catfish
Ictalurus meridionalis (Günther 1864); Southern Blue Catfish
Ictalurus mexicanus (Meek 1904); Rio Verde Catfish SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Ictalurus ochoterenai (de Buen 1946); Chapala Catfish POSSIBLY EXTINCT
Ictalurus pricei (Rutter 1896); Yaqui Catfish THREATENED (U.S.); SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque 1818); Channel Catfish

Noturus albater Taylor 1969; Ozark Madtom
Noturus baileyi Taylor 1969; Smoky Madtom ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Noturus crypticus Burr, Eisenhour & Grady 2005; Chucky Madtom ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Noturus elegans Taylor 1969; Elegant Madtom
Noturus eleutherus Jordan 1877; Mountain Madtom
Noturus exilis Nelson 1876; Slender Madtom
Noturus fasciatus Burr, Eisenhour & Grady 2005; Saddled Madtom
Noturus flavater Taylor 1969; Checkered Madtom
Noturus flavipinnis Taylor 1969; Yellowfin Madtom THREATENED (U.S.)
Noturus flavus Rafinesque 1818; Stonecat
Noturus cf. flavus; Highlands Stonecat
Noturus funebris Gilbert & Swain 1891; Black Madtom
Noturus furiosus Jordan & Meek 1889; Carolina Madtom
Noturus gilberti Jordan & Evermann 1889; Orangefin Madtom
Noturus gladiator Thomas & Burr 2004; Piebald Madtom
Noturus gyrinus (Mitchill 1817); Tadpole Madtom
Noturus hildebrandi hildebrandi (Bailey & Taylor 1950); Least Madtom
Noturus hildebrandi lautus Taylor 1969; Ivory-bellied Madtom
Noturus insignis (Richardson 1836); Margined Madtom
Noturus lachneri Taylor 1969; Ouachita Madtom
Noturus leptacanthus Jordan 1877; Speckled Madtom
Noturus cf. leptacanthus; Broadtail Madtom
Noturus maydeni Egge 2006; Black River Madtom
Noturus miurus Jordan 1877; Brindled Madtom
Noturus munitus Suttkus & Taylor 1965; Frecklebelly Madtom
Noturus cf. munitus; Coosa Madtom
Noturus nocturnus Jordan & Gilbert 1886; Freckled Madtom
Noturus phaeus Taylor 1969; Brown Madtom
Noturus placidus Taylor 1969; Neosho Madtom THREATENED (U.S.)
Noturus stanauli Etnier & Jenkins 1980; Pygmy Madtom ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Noturus stigmosus Taylor 1969; Northern Madtom ENDANGERED (Canada)
Noturus taylori Douglas 1972; Caddo Madtom
Noturus trautmani Taylor 1969; Scioto Madtom ENDANGERED (U.S.); PROBABLY EXTINCT

Prietella lundbergi Walsh & Gilbert 1995; Phantom Blindcat ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Prietella phreatophila Carranza 1954; Mexican Blindcat ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Pylodictis olivaris (Rafinesque 1818); Flathead Catfish

Satan eurystomus Hubbs & Bailey 1947; Widemouth Blindcat

Trogloglanis pattersoni Eigenmann 1919; Toothless Blindcat

Family Clariidae (Labyrinth Catfishes)

Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus 1758); Walking Catfish EXOTIC

Family Ariidae (Sea Catfishes)

Cathorops aguadulce (Meek 1904); Estuarine Sea Catfish

Family Doradidae (Thorny Catfishes)

Platydoras armatulus (Valenciennes 1840); Southern Striped Raphael EXOTIC

Family Heptapteridae (Heptapterid Catfishes)

Rhamdia guatemalensis (Günther 1864); Pale Catfish SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Rhamdia laticauda (Kner 1858); Rock Catfish
Rhamdia reddelli Miller 1984; Blind Whiskered Catfish THREATENED (Mexico)

Family Callichthyidae (Callichthyid Armored Catfishes)

Hoplosternum littorale (Hancock 1828); Brown Hoplo EXOTIC

Family Loricariidae (Suckermouth Armored Catfishes)

Ancistrus cf. temminckii (Valenciennes 1840); Bristlenose Catfish EXOTIC

Hypostomus cf. plecostomus (Linnaeus 1758); Suckermouth Catfish EXOTIC

Pterygoplichthys anisitsi Eigenmann & Kennedy 1903; Southern Sailfin Catfish EXOTIC
Pterygoplichthys disjunctivus (Weber 1991); Vermiculated Sailfin Catfish EXOTIC
Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus (Hancock 1828); Orinoco Sailfin Catfish EXOTIC
Pterygoplichthys pardalis (Castelnau 1855); Amazon Sailfin Catfish EXOTIC

Family Esocidae (Pikes and Mudminnows)

Dallia pectoralis Bean 1880; Alaska Blackfish

Esox americanus americanus Gmelin 1789; Redfin Pickerel
Esox americanus vermiculatus Lesueur 1846; Grass Pickerel
Esox lucius Linnaeus 1758; Northern Pike
Esox masquinongy Mitchill 1824; Muskellunge
Esox niger Lesueur 1818; Chain Pickerel

Novumbra hubbsi Schultz 1929; Olympic Mudminnow

Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840); Central Mudminnow
Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842); Eastern Mudminnow

Family Osmeridae (Smelts)

Hypomesus nipponensis McAllister 1963; Wakasagi EXOTIC
Hypomesus olidus (Pallas 1814); Pond Smelt
Hypomesus transpacificus McAllister 1963; Delta Smelt THREATENED (U.S.)

Osmerus mordax mordax (Mitchill 1814); Rainbow Smelt SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.) ; THREATENED (Canada, Lake Utopia dwarf smelt population only)
Osmerus mordax dentex Steindachner & Kner 1870; Arctic Rainbow Smelt

Spirinchus thaleichthys (Ayres 1860); Longfin Smelt CANDIDATE (U.S., San Francisco Bay-delta DPS only)

Thaleichthys pacificus (Richardson 1836); Eulachon THREATENED (U.S., southern DPS only)

Family Salmonidae (Salmonids)

Coregonus artedi Lesueur 1818; Cisco PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada, spring-spawning pop. only)
Coregonus autumnalis (Pallas 1776); Arctic Cisco
Coregonus clupeaformis (Mitchill 1818); Lake Whitefish PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada, Lake Simcoe pop. only)
Coregonus cf. clupeaformis; Squanga Whitefish PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Coregonus hoyi (Milner 1874); Bloater
Coregonus huntsmani Scott 1987; Atlantic Whitefish ENDANGERED (Canada)
Coregonus johannae (Wagner 1910); Deepwater Cisco EXTINCT
Coregonus kiyi kiyi (Koelz 1921); Kiyi PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Coregonus kiyi orientalis Koelz 1929; Ontario Kiyi EXTINCT
Coregonus laurettae Bean 1881; Bering Cisco
Coregonus nasus (Pallas 1776); Broad Whitefish
Coregonus nigripinnis nigripinnis (Milner 1874); Michigan Blackfin Cisco EXTINCT
Coregonus nigripinnis regalis (Koelz 1929); Nipigon Blackfin Cisco PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada)
Coregonus nipigon (Koelz 1925); Nipigon Cisco
Coregonus pidschian (Gmelin 1789); Humpback Whitefish
Coregonus reighardi (Koelz 1924); Shortnose Cisco PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada); POSSIBLY EXTINCT
Coregonus sardinella Valenciennes 1848; Least Cisco
Coregonus zenthicus zenithicus (Jordan & Evermann 1909); Shortjaw Cisco PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada)
Coregonus zenthicus bartletti (Koelz 1931); Siskiwit Lake Cisco

Oncorhynchus aguabonita (Jordan 1892); California Golden Trout
Oncorhynchus apache (Miller 1972); Apache Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus chrysogaster (Needham & Gard 1964); Mexican Golden Trout THREATENED (Mexico)
Oncorhynchus clarkii clarkii (Richardson 1836); Coastal Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii alvordensis (Sigler & Sigler 1987); Alvord Cutthroat Trout EXTINCT
Oncorhynchus clarkii behnkei Montgomery 1995; Snake River Finespotted Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii bouvieri (Jordan & Gilbert 1883); Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii henshawi (Gill & Jordan 1878); Lahontan Cutthroat Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus clarkii humboldtensis Trotter & Behnke 2008; Humboldt Cutthroat Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi (Girard 1856); Westslope Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii macdonaldi (Jordan & Evermann 1890); Yellowfin Cutthroat Trout EXTINCT
Oncorhynchus clarkii pleuriticus (Cope 1872); Colorado River Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii seleniris (Snyder 1933); Paiute Cutthroat Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus clarkii stomias (Cope 1871); Greenback Cutthroat Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus clarkii utah (Suckley 1874); Bonneville Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii virginalis (Girard 1856); Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout
Oncorhynchus clarkii ssp.; Whitehorse Basin Cutthroat Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus gilae (Miller 1950); Gila Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus gorbuscha (Walbaum 1792); Pink Salmon
Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum 1792); Chum Salmon THREATENED (2 ESUs, U.S.)
Oncorhynchus kisutch (Walbaum 1792); Coho Salmon ENDANGERED (1 ESU, U.S.); THREATENED (3 ESUs, U.S.); SPECIES OF CONCERN (1 ESU, U.S.)
Oncorhynchus mykiss aquilarum (Snyder 1917); Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss gairdneri (Richardson 1836); Columbia River Redband Trout THREATENED (3 DPSs, U.S.)
Oncorhynchus mykiss gilberti (Jordan 1894); Kern River Rainbow Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss irideus (Gibbons 1855); Coastal Rainbow Trout & Steelhead ENDANGERED (1 DPS, U.S.); THREATENED (7 DPSs, U.S.); SPECIES OF CONCERN (1 DPS, U.S.)
Oncorhynchus mykiss nelsoni (Evermann 1908); Baja California Rainbow Trout SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Oncorhynchus mykiss newberrii (Girard 1859); Northern Great Basin Redband Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss stonei (Jordan 1894); Sacramento Redband Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss whitei (Evermann 1906); Little Kern River Golden Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Acaponeta Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Baluarte Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Conchos Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio del Presidio Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Mayo Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Piaxtla Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio San Lorenzo Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Rio Yaqui Trout
Oncorhynchus mykiss ssp.; Sheephaven Creek Redband Trout
Oncorhynchus nerka (Walbaum 1792); Sockeye Salmon ENDANGERED (1 ESU, U.S.); THREATENED (1 ESU, U.S.)
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum 1792); Chinook Salmon ENDANGERED (2 ESUs, U.S.); THREATENED (7 ESUs, U.S.); SPECIES OF CONCERN (1 ESU, U.S.)

Prosopium abyssicola (Snyder 1919); Bear Lake Whitefish
Prosopium coulterii (Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1892); Pygmy Whitefish
Prosopium cylindraceum (Pennant 1784); Round Whitefish
Prosopium gemmifer (Snyder 1919); Bonneville Cisco
Prosopium spilonotus (Snyder 1919); Bonneville Whitefish
Prosopium williamsoni (Girard 1856); Mountain Whitefish

Salmo salar Linnaeus 1758; Atlantic Salmon ENDANGERED (U.S., Canada)
Salmo trutta Linnaeus 1758; Brown Trout EXOTIC

Salvelinus alpinus erythrinus (Georgi 1775); Arctic Char
Salvelinus alpinus oquassa (Girard 1854); Sunapee Trout
Salvelinus alpinus taranetzi Kaganowsky 1955; Taranets Char
Salvelinus confluentus (Suckley 1859); Bull Trout THREATENED (U.S.)
Salvelinus fontinalis fontinalis (Mitchill 1814); Brook Trout
Salvelinus fontinalis agassizii (Garman 1885); Silver Trout EXTINCT
Salvelinus fontinalis timagamiensis Henn & Rinckenbach 1925; Aurora Trout ENDANGERED (Canada)
Salvelinus malma malma (Walbaum 1792); Northern Dolly Varden
Salvelinus malma lordii (Günther 1866); Southern Dolly Varden PROPOSED THREATENED (U.S., Washington pop. only)
Salvelinus namaycush namaycush (Walbaum 1792); Lake Trout
Salvelinus namaycush siscowet (Agassiz 1850); Siscowet

Stenodus leucichthys nelma (Pallas 1773); Inconnu

Thymallus arcticus (Pallas 1776); Arctic Grayling

Family Percopsidae (Trout-Perches)

Percopsis omiscomaycus (Walbaum 1792); Trout-Perch
Percopsis transmontana (Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1892); Sand Roller

Family Aphredoderidae (Pirate Perches)

Aphredoderus sayanus sayanus (Gilliams 1824); Eastern Pirate Perch
Aphredoderus sayanus gibbosus Lesueur 1833; Western Pirate Perch

Family Amblyopsidae (Cavefishes)

Amblyopsis hoosieri Niemiller, Prejean & Chakrabarty 2014; Hoosier Cavefish
Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann 1898); Ozark Cavefish THREATENED (U.S.)
Amblyopsis spelaea DeKay 1842; Northern Cavefish

Chologaster cornuta Agassiz 1853; Swampfish

Forbesichthys agassizii (Putnam 1872); Spring Cavefish

Speoplatyrhinus poulsoni Cooper & Kuehne 1974; Alabama Cavefish ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard 1859; Southern Cavefish

Family Gadidae (Codfishes)

Lota lota lota (Linnaeus 1758); European Burbot
Lota lota maculosa Lesueur 1817; North American Burbot

Microgadus tomcod (Walbaum 1792); Atlantic Tomcod

Family Mugilidae (Mullets)

Agonostomus monticola (Bancroft 1834); Mountain Mullet

Joturus pichardi Poey 1860; Bobo Mullet

Mugil cephalus Linnaeus 1758; Striped Mullet
Mugil curema Valenciennes 1836; White Mullet

Family Atherinopsidae (New World Silversides)

Atherinella ammophila Chernoff & Miller 1984; La Palma Silverside
Atherinella balsana (Meek 1902); Balsas Silverside
Atherinella callida Chernoff 1986; Cunning Silverside PROBABLY EXTINCT
Atherinella crystallina (Jordan & Culver 1895); Blackfin Silverside
Atherinella elegans Chernoff 1986; Fuerte Silverside
Atherinella guatemalensis (Günther 1864); Peppered Silverside
Atherinella lisa (Meek 1904); Naked Silverside
Atherinella marvelae (Chernoff & Miller 1982); Eyipantla Silverside
Atherinella pellosemion Chernoff 1986; Mancuernas Silverside
Atherinella sallei (Regan 1903); Large-eye Silverside

Chirostoma aculeatum Barbour 1973; Scowling Silverside POSSIBLY EXTINCT
Chirostoma arge (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Largetooth Silverside
Chirostoma attenuatum attenuatum Meek 1902; Slender Silverside
Chirostoma attenuatum zirahuen Meek 1902
Chirostoma bartoni Jordan & Evermann 1896; Alberca Silverside ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Chirostoma chapalae Jordan & Snyder 1899; Smallmouth Silverside
Chirostoma charari (de Buen 1945); Least Silverside ENDANGERED (Mexico); EXTINCT
Chirostoma consocium consocium Jordan & Hubbs 1919; Ranch Silverside
Chirostoma consocium reseratum Álvarez 1963
Chirostoma contrerasi Barbour 2002; Ajijic Silverside
Chirostoma estor estor Jordan 1880; Pike Silverside
Chirostoma estor copandaro de Buen 1945
Chirostoma grandocule (Steindachner 1894); Bigeye Silverside
Chirostoma humboldtianum (Valenciennes 1835); Shortfin Silverside
Chirostoma jordani Woolman 1894; Mesa Silverside
Chirostoma labarcae Meek 1902; Sharpnose Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)
Chirostoma lucius Boulenger 1900; Longjaw Silverside
Chirostoma melanoccus Álvarez 1963; Blunthead Silverside
Chirostoma mezquital Meek 1904; Mezquital Silverside
Chirostoma patzcuaro Meek 1902; P´tzcuaro Silverside
Chirostoma promelas Jordan & Snyder 1899; Blacknose Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)
Chirostoma riojai Solórzano & López 1966; Toluca Silverside ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Chirostoma sphyraena Boulenger 1900; Bigmouth Silverside

Labidesthes sicculus sicculus (Cope 1865); Northern Brook Silverside
Labidesthes sicculus vanhyningi Bean & Reid 1930; Southern Brook Silverside

Membras martinica (Valenciennes 1835); Rough Silverside

Menidia audens Hay 1882; Mississippi Silverside
Menidia beryllina (Cope 1867); Inland Silverside
Menidia extensa Hubbs & Raney 1946; Waccamaw Silverside THREATENED (U.S.)

Poblana alchichica de Buen 1945; Alchichica Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)
Poblana ferdebueni Solórzano & López 1965; Chignahuapan Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)
Poblana letholepis Álvarez 1950; La Preciosa Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)
Poblana squamata Álvarez 1950; Quechulac Silverside THREATENED (Mexico)

Family Belonidae (Needlefishes)

Strongylura hubbsi Collette 1974; Maya Needlefish
Strongylura marina (Walbaum 1792); Atlantic Needlefish

Family Hemiramphidae (Halfbeaks)

Hyporhamphus mexicanus Álvarez 1959; Mexican Halfbeak

Family Rivulidae (Rivulines)

Anablepsoides hartii (Boulenger 1890); Giant Rivulus EXOTIC

Cynodonichthys tenuis Meek 1904; Maya Rivulus

Kryptolebias marmoratus (Poey 1880); Mangrove Rivulus SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.)

Millerichthys robustus (Miller & Hubbs 1974); Mexican Rivulus ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Family Profundulidae (Middle American Killifishes)

Profundulus punctatus (Günther 1866); Brownspotted Killifish

Family Fundulidae (Topminnows)

Fundulus albolineatus Gilbert 1891; Whiteline Topminnow EXTINCT
Fundulus bifax Cashner & Rogers 1988; Stippled Studfish
Fundulus blairae Wiley & Hall 1975; Western Starhead Topminnow
Fundulus catenatus (Storer 1846); Northern Studfish
Fundulus chrysotus (Günther 1866); Golden Topminnow
Fundulus cingulatus Valenciennes 1846; Banded Topminnow
Fundulus confluentus Goode & Bean 1879; Marsh Killifish
Fundulus diaphanus diaphanus (Lesueur 1817); Eastern Banded Killifish SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada, Newfoundland pop. only)
Fundulus diaphanus menona Jordan & Copeland 1877; Western Banded Killifish
Fundulus dispar (Agassiz 1854); Starhead Topminnow
Fundulus escambiae (Bollman 1887); Russetfin Topminnow
Fundulus euryzonus Suttkus & Cashner 1981; Broadstripe Topminnow
Fundulus grandis grandis Baird & Girard 1853; Northern Gulf Killifish
Fundulus grandis saguanus Rivas 1948; Southern Gulf Killifish
Fundulus heteroclitus heteroclitus (Linnaeus 1766); Southern Mummichog
Fundulus heteroclitus macrolepidotus (Walbaum 1792); Northern Mummichog
Fundulus julisia Williams & Etnier 1982; Barrens Topminnow
Fundulus kansae Garman 1895; Northern Plains Killifish
Fundulus lima Vaillant 1894; Baja California Killifish THREATENED (Mexico)
Fundulus lineolatus (Agassiz 1854); Lined Topminnow
Fundulus notatus (Rafinesque 1820); Blackstripe Topminnow SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Fundulus nottii (Agassiz 1854); Bayou Topminnow
Fundulus olivaceus (Storer 1845); Blackspotted Topminnow
Fundulus parvipinnis Girard 1854; California Killifish
Fundulus philpisteri García-Ramírez, Contreras-Balderas & Lozano-Vilano 2007; Conservationist Killifish
Fundulus pulvereus (Evermann 1892); Bayou Killifish
Fundulus rathbuni Jordan & Meek 1889; Speckled Killifish
Fundulus rubrifrons (Jordan 1880); Redface Topminnow
Fundulus sciadicus Cope 1865; Plains Topminnow
Fundulus seminolis Girard 1859; Seminole Killifish
Fundulus stellifer (Jordan 1877); Southern Studfish
Fundulus waccamensis Hubbs & Raney; 1946 Waccamaw Killifish
Fundulus zebrinus Jordan & Gilbert 1883; Southern Plains Killifish

Leptolucania ommata (Jordan 1884); Pygmy Killifish

Lucania goodei Jordan 1880; Bluefin Killifish
Lucania interioris Hubbs & Miller 1965; Cuatro Ciénegas Killifish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Lucania parva (Baird & Girard 1855); Rainwater Killifish

Family Poeciliidae (Poeciliids)

Belonesox belizanus belizanus Kner 1860; Pike Killifish
Belonesox belizanus maxillosus Hubbs 1936 EXOTIC

Gambusia affinis (Baird & Girard 1853); Western Mosquitofish
Gambusia alvarezi Hubbs & Springer 1957; Yellowfin Gambusia ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Gambusia amistadensis Peden 1973; Amistad Gambusia EXTINCT
Gambusia atrora Rosen & Bailey 1963; Blackfin Gambusia
Gambusia aurata Miller & Minckley 1970; Golden Gambusia
Gambusia clarkhubbsi Garrett & Edwards 2003; San Felipe Gambusia
Gambusia gaigei Hubbs 1929; Big Bend Gambusia ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gambusia geiseri Hubbs & Hubbs 1957; Largespring Gambusia
Gambusia georgei Hubbs & Peden 1969; San Marcos Gambusia ENDANGERED (U.S.); EXTINCT
Gambusia heterochir Hubbs 1957; Clear Creek Gambusia ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gambusia holbrooki Girard 1859; Eastern Mosquitofish
Gambusia hurtadoi Hubbs & Springer 1957; Crescent Gambusia SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Gambusia krumholzi Minckley 1963; Spotfin Gambusia
Gambusia longispinis Minckley 1962; Cuatro Ciénegas Gambusia THREATENED (Mexico)
Gambusia marshi Minckley & Craddock 1962; Robust Gambusia
Gambusia nobilis (Baird & Girard 1853); Pecos Gambusia ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gambusia panuco Hubbs 1926; Pánuco Gambusia
Gambusia quadruncus Langerhans, Gifford, Domínguez-Domínguez, García-Bedoya & DeWitt 2012; llanos Mosquitofish
Gambusia regani Hubbs 1926; Forlón Gambusia
Gambusia senilis Girard 1859; Blotched Gambusia THREATENED (Mexico)
Gambusia sexradiata Hubbs 1936; Stippled Gambusia
Gambusia speciosa Girard 1859; Tex-Mex Gambusia ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Gambusia vittata Hubbs 1926; Gulf Gambusia
Gambusia zarskei Meyer, Schories & Schartl 2010; Conchos Gambusia

Heterandria bimaculata (Heckel 1848); Spottail Killifish
Heterandria formosa Agassiz 1855; Least Killifish
Heterandria jonesii (Günther 1874); Barred Killifish
Heterandria tuxtlaensis McEachran & DeWitt 2008; Tuxtlas Killifish

Poecilia butleri Jordan 1889; Pacific Molly THREATENED (Mexico)
Poecilia catemaconis Miller 1975; Bicolor Molly
Poecilia chica Miller 1975; Dwarf Molly
Poecilia formosa (Girard 1859); Amazon Molly
Poecilia latipinna (Lesueur 1821); Sailfin Molly
Poecilia latipunctata Meek 1904; Tamesi Molly ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Poecilia maylandi Meyer 1983; Balsas Molly
Poecilia mexicana Steindachner 1863; Shortfin Molly
Poecilia reticulata Peters 1859; Guppy EXOTIC
Poecilia sphenops Valenciennes 1864; Mexican Molly

Poeciliopsis baenschi Meyer, Radda, Riehl & Feichtinger 1986; Golden Livebearer
Poeciliopsis balsas Hubbs 1926; Balsas Livebearer
Poeciliopsis catemaco Miller 1975; Catemaco Livebearer
Poeciliopsis fasciata (Meek 1904); San Jeronimo Livebearer
Poeciliopsis gracilis (Heckel 1848); Porthole Livebearer
Poeciliopsis infans (Woolman 1894); Lerma Livebearer
Poeciliopsis latidens (Garman 1895); Lowland Livebearer THREATENED (Mexico)
Poeciliopsis lucida Miller 1960; Clearfin Livebearer
Poeciliopsis monacha Miller 1960; Headwater Livebearer
Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis (Baird & Girard 1853); Gila Topminnow ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Poeciliopsis occidentalis sonoriensis (Girard 1895); Yaqui Topminnow THREATENED (Mexico)
Poeciliopsis presidionis (Jordan & Culver 1895); Sinaloa Livebearer
Poeciliopsis prolifica Miller 1960; Blackstripe Livebearer
Poeciliopsis scarlli Meyer, Riehl, Dawes & Dibble 1985; Michoacan Livebearer
Poeciliopsis turneri Miller 1975; Blackspotted Livebearer
Poeciliopsis turrubarensis (Meek 1912); Barred Livebearer
Poeciliopsis viriosa Miller 1960; Chubby Livebearer

Priapella bonita (Meek 1904); Graceful Priapella ENDANGERED (Mexico); PROBABLY EXTINCT
Priapella intermedia Álvarez & Carranza 1952; Isthmian Priapella
Priapella olmecae Meyer & Espinosa-Pérez 1990; Olmec Priapella ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Xiphophorus andersi Meyer & Schartl 1979; Spiketail Platyfish
Xiphophorus birchmanni Lechner & Radda 1987; Sheepshead Swordtail
Xiphophorus continens Rauchenberger, Kallman & Morizot 1990; Short-sword Platyfish
Xiphophorus cortezi Rosen 1960; Delicate Swordtail
Xiphophorus couchianus (Girard 1859); Monterrey Platyfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Xiphophorus cf. couchianus (Tunnel Platyfish)
Xiphophorus evelynae Rosen 1960; Reticulate Platyfish
Xiphophorus gordoni Miller & Minckley 1963; Cuatro Ciénegas Platyfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Xiphophorus hellerii Heckel 1848; Green Swordtail
Xiphophorus kallmani Meyer & Schartl 2003; Veracruz Swordtail
Xiphophorus maculatus (Günther 1866); Southern Platyfish
Xiphophorus malinche Rauchenberger, Kallman & Morizot 1990; Highland Swordtail
Xiphophorus meyeri Schartl & Schröder 1988; Marbled Swordtail ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Xiphophorus milleri Rosen 1960; Catemaco Platyfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Xiphophorus montezumae Jordan & Snyder 1899; Moctezuma Swordtail
Xiphophorus multilineatus Rauchenberger, Kallman & Morizot 1990; Barred Swordtail
Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl Rauchenberger, Kallman & Morizot 1990; Mountain Swordtail
Xiphophorus nigrensis Rosen 1960; Pánuco Swordtail
Xiphophorus pygmaeus Hubbs & Gordon 1943; Pygmy Swordtail
Xiphophorus variatus (Meek 1904); Variable Platyfish
Xiphophorus xiphidium (Gordon 1932); Swordtail Platyfish

Family Goodeidae (Goodeids)

Allodontichthys hubbsi Miller & Uyeno 1980; Whitepatch Splitfin
Allodontichthys polylepis Rauchenberger 1988; Finescale Splitfin
Allodontichthys tamazulae Turner 1946; Peppered Splitfin
Allodontichthys zonistius (Hubbs 1932); Bandfin Splitfin

Alloophorus robustus (Bean 1892); Bulldog Goodeid

Allotoca catarinae (de Buen 1942); Catarina Allotoca
Allotoca diazi (Meek 1902); Patzcuaro Allotoca ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Allotoca dugesii (Bean 1887); Bumblebee Allotoca THREATENED (Mexico)
Allotoca goslinei Smith & Miller 1987; Banded Allotoca PROBABLY EXTINCT IN WILD
Allotoca maculata Smith & Miller 1980; Blackspot Allotoca
Allotoca meeki (Álvarez 1959); Zirahuen Allotoca
Allotoca regalis (Álvarez 1959); Balsas Allotoca
Allotoca zacapuensis Meyer, Radda & Domínguez 2001; Zacapu Allotoca

Ameca splendens Miller & Fitzsimons 1971; Butterfly Splitfin ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Ataeniobius toweri (Meek 1904); Bluetail Splitfin ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Chapalichthys encaustus (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Barred Splitfin
Chapalichthys pardalis Álvarez 1963; Polka-dot Splitfin

Characodon audax Smith & Miller 1986; Bold Characodon THREATENED (Mexico)
Characodon garmani Jordan & Evermann 1898; Parras Characodon EXTINCT
Characodon lateralis Günther 1866; Rainbow Characodon ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Crenichthys baileyi baileyi (Gilbert 1893); White River Springfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Crenichthys baileyi albivallis Williams & Wilde 1981; Preston White River Springfish
Crenichthys baileyi grandis Williams & Wilde 1981; Hiko White River Springfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Crenichthys baileyi moapae Williams & Wilde 1981; Moapa White River Springfish
Crenichthys baileyi thermophilus Williams & Wilde 1981; Mormon White River Springfish
Crenichthys nevadae Hubbs 1932; Railroad Valley Springfish THREATENED (U.S.)

Empetrichthys latos latos Miller 1948; Manse Spring Poolfish ENDANGERED (U.S.); EXTINCT IN WILD
Empetrichthys latos concavus Miller 1948; Raycraft Ranch Poolfish EXTINCT
Empetrichthys latos pahrump Miller 1948; Pahrump Poolfish EXTINCT
Empetrichthys merriami Gilbert 1893; Ash Meadows Poolfish EXTINCT

Girardinichthys multiradiatus (Meek 1904); Darkedged Goodeid
Girardinichthys viviparus (Bustamente 1837); Chapultepec Goodeid ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Goodea atripinnis Jordan 1880; Blackfin Goodea

Hubbsina ireneae (Radda & Meyer 2003); Zacapu Splitfin
Hubbsina turneri de Buen 1940; Highland Splitfin ENDANGERED (Mexico); POSSIBLY EXTINCT

Ilyodon cortesae Paulo-Maya & Trujillo-Jiménez 2000; Freckled Splitfin
Ilyodon furcidens (Jordan & Gilbert 1882); Goldbreast Splitfin
Ilyodon whitei (Meek 1904); Balsas Splitfin

Skiffia bilineata (Bean 1887); Twoline Skiffia ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Skiffia francesae Kingston 1978; Golden Skiffia EXTINCT IN WILD
Skiffia lermae Meek 1902; Olive Skiffia THREATENED (Mexico)
Skiffia multipunctata (Pellegrin 1901); Splotched Skiffia

Xenoophorus captivus (Hubbs 1924); Relict Splitfin ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Xenotaenia resolanae Turner 1946; Leopard Splitfin

Xenotoca eiseni (Rutter 1896); Redtail Splitfin
Xenotoca melanosoma Fitzsimons 1972; Black Splitfin
Xenotoca variata (Bean 1887); Jeweled Splitfin

Zoogoneticus purhepechus Domínguez-Domínguez, Pérez-Rodríguez & Doadria 2008; Tarascan Splitfin THREATENED (Mexico)
Zoogoneticus quitzeoensis (Bean 1898); Picote Splitfin THREATENED (Mexico)
Zoogoneticus tequila Webb & Miller 1998; Tequila Splitfin EXTINCT IN WILD

Family Cyprinodontidae (Pupfishes)

Cualac tessellatus Miller 1956; Media Luna Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)

Cyprinodon albivelis Minckley & Miller 2002; Whitefin Pupfish
Cyprinodon alvarezi Miller 1976; Potosí Pupfish EXTINCT IN WILD
Cyprinodon arcuatus Minckley & Miller 2002; Santa Cruz Pupfish EXTINCT
Cyprinodon atrorus Miller 1968; Bolsón Pupfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon bifasciatus Miller 1968; Cuatro Ciénegas Pupfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon bobmilleri Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Balderas 1999; San Ignacio Pupfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon bovinus Baird & Girard 1853; Leon Springs Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon ceciliae Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Balderas 1993; La Presita Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico) but EXTINCT
Cyprinodon diabolis Wales 1930; Devils Hole Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon elegans Baird & Girard 1853; Comanche Springs Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon eremus Miller & Fuiman 1987; Sonoyta Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S., Mexico)
Cyprinodon eximius Girard 1859; Conchos Pupfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon fontinalis Smith & Miller 1980; Carbonera Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon inmemoriam Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Balderas 1993; La Trinidad Pupfish EXTINCT
Cyprinodon julimes De la Maza-Benignos & Vela-Valladares 2009; Julimes Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon latifasciatus Garman 1881; Parras Pupfish EXTINCT
Cyprinodon longidorsalis Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Balderas 1993; Charco Palma Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico) but EXTINCT IN WILD
Cyprinodon macrolepis Miller 1976; Bigscale Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon macularius Baird & Girard 1853; Desert Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S., Mexico)
Cyprinodon meeki Miller 1976; Mezquital Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon nazas Miller 1976; Nazas Pupfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon cf. nazas (Aguanaval Pupfish) THREATENED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon nevadensis nevadensis Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1889; Saratoga Springs Pupfish
Cyprinodon nevadensis amargosae Miller 1948; Amargosa Pupfish
Cyprinodon nevadensis calidae Miller 1948; Tecopa Pupfish EXTINCT
Cyprinodon nevadensis mionectes Miller 1948; Ash Meadows Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon nevadensis pectoralis Miller 1948; Warm Springs Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon nevadensis shoshone Miller 1948; Shoshone Pupfish
Cyprinodon pachycephalus Minckley & Minckley 1986; Bighead Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Cyprinodon pecosensis Echelle & Echelle 1978; Pecos Pupfish
Cyprinodon pisteri Miller & Minckley 2002; Palomas Pupfish
Cyprinodon radiosus Miller 1948; Owens Pupfish ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cyprinodon rubrofluviatilis Fowler 1916; Red River Pupfish
Cyprinodon salinus salinus Miller 1943; Salt Creek Pupfish
Cyprinodon salinus milleri LaBounty & Deacon 1972; Cottonball Marsh Pupfish
Cyprinodon salvadori Lozano-Vilano 2002; Bocochi Pupfish
Cyprinodon tularosa Miller & Echelle 1975; White Sands Pupfish
Cyprinodon variegatus variegatus Lacepède 1803; Southern Sheepshead Minnow
Cyprinodon variegatus hubbsi Carr 1936; Lake Eustis Pupfish
Cyprinodon variegatus ovinus (Mitchill 1815); Northern Sheepshead Minnow
Cyprinodon veronicae Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Balderas 1993; Charco Azul Pupfish ENDANGERED (Mexico) but EXTINCT IN WILD

Jordanella floridae Goode & Bean 1879; Flagfish

Megupsilon aporus Miller & Walters 1972; Catarina Pupfish EXTINCT IN WILD

Family Gasterosteidae (Sticklebacks)

Apeltes quadracus (Mitchill 1815); Fourspine Stickleback

Culaea inconstans (Kirtland 1840); Brook Stickleback

Gasterosteus aculeatus aculeatus Linneaus 1758; Anadromous Threespine Stickleback ENDANGERED (Canada, Enos Lake, Paxton Lake, and Vanada Creek pop. only); PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada, Charlotte unarmored and giant stickleback forms only); SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)
Gasterosteus aculeatus microcephalus Girard 1854; Resident Threespine Stickleback
Gasterosteus aculeatus williamsoni Girard 1854; Unarmored Threespine Stickleback ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Gasterosteus aculeatus ssp.; Shay Creek Stickleback ENDANGERED (U.S., as pop. of G. a. williamsoni)

Pungitius pungitius occidentalis (Cuvier 1829); North American Ninespine Stickleback

Family Syngnathidae (Pipefishes & Seahorses)

Microphis brachyurus lineatus (Valenciennes 1853); Opossum Pipefish SPECIES OF CONCERN (U.S.)

Pseudophallus starksii (Jordan & Culver 1895); Yellowbelly Pipefish

Syngnathus scovelli (Evermann & Kendall 1896); Gulf Pipefish

Family Synbranchidae (Swamp Eels)

Monopterus albus (Zuiew 1793); Asian Swamp Eel EXOTIC

Ophisternon aenigmaticum Rosen & Greenwood 1976; Obscure Swamp Eel

Family Mastacembelidae (Spiny Eels)

Macrognathus siamensis (Günther 1861); Spotfin Spiny Eel EXOTIC

Family Cottidae (Sculpins)

Cottus aleuticus Gilbert 1896; Coastrange Sculpin THREATENED (Canada, pygmy Cultus Lake pop. only)
Cottus asper Richardson 1836; Prickly Sculpin
Cottus asperrimus Rutter 1908; Rough Sculpin
Cottus baileyi Robins 1961; Black Sculpin
Cottus bairdii bairdii Girard 1850; Northern Mottled Sculpin
Cottus bairdii kumlieni (Hoy 1876); Great Lakes Mottled Sculpin
Cottus bairdii punctulatus (Gill 1861); Mountain Sculpin
Cottus bairdii semiscaber (Cope 1872); Bonneville Sculpin
Cottus bairdii ssp.; Smoky Sculpin
Cottus cf. bairdii; Clinch Sculpin
Cottus cf. bairdii; Rocky Mountain Sculpin THREATENED (Canada, St. Mary R. and Milk R. pops. only)
Cottus cf. bairdii; Holston Sculpin
Cottus cf. bairdii; White River Sculpin
Cottus beldingii Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1891; Paiute Sculpin
Cottus bendirei (Bean 1881); Malheur Sculpin
Cottus caeruleomentum Kinziger, Raesly & Neely 2000; Blue Ridge Sculpin
Cottus carolinae carolinae (Gill 1861); Banded Sculpin
Cottus carolinae infernatis Williams & Robins 1970; Alabama Banded Sculpin
Cottus carolinae zopherus (Jordan 1877); Coosa Banded Sculpin
Cottus cf. carolinae; Bluestone Sculpin
Cottus cf. carolinae; Eyelash Sculpin
Cottus cf. carolinae; Fall-line Sculpin
Cottus cf. carolinae; Fringehead Sculpin
Cottus chattahoochee Neely, Williams & Mayden 2007; Chattahoochee Sculpin
Cottus cognatus Richardson 1836; Slimy Sculpin
Cottus cf. cognatus; Checkered Sculpin
Cottus confusus Bailey & Bond 1963; Shorthead Sculpin THREATENED (Canada)
Cottus echinatus Bailey & Bond 1963; Utah Lake Sculpin EXTINCT
Cottus extensus Bailey & Bond 1963; Bear Lake Sculpin
Cottus girardi Robins 1961; Potomac Sculpin
Cottus greenei (Gilbert & Culver 1898); Shoshone Sculpin
Cottus gulosus (Girard 1854); Riffle Sculpin
Cottus hubbsi Bailey & Dimick 1949; Columbia Sculpin SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Cottus hypselurus Robins & Robison 1985; Ozark Sculpin
Cottus immaculatus Kinziger & Wood 2010; Knobfin Sculpin
Cottus kanawhae Robins 2005; Kanawha Sculpin
Cottus klamathensis klamathensis Gilbert 1898; Marbled Sculpin
Cottus klamathensis macrops Rutter 1908; Bigeye Marbled Sculpin
Cottus klamathensis polyporus Daniels & Moyle 1984; Lower Klamath Marbled Sculpin
Cottus leiopomus Gilbert & Evermann 1894; Wood River Sculpin
Cottus marginatus (Bean 1881); Margined Sculpin
Cottus paulus Williams 2000; Pygmy Sculpin THREATENED (U.S.)
Cottus perplexus Gilbert & Evermann 1894; Reticulate Sculpin
Cottus pitensis Bailey & Bond 1963; Pit Sculpin
Cottus princeps Gilbert 1898; Klamath Lake Sculpin
Cottus rhotheus (Smith 1882); Torrent Sculpin
Cottus ricei (Nelson 1876); Spoonhead Sculpin
Cottus schitsuumsh Lemoine, Young, McKelvey, Eby, Pilgrim & Schwartz 2014; Cedar Sculpin
Cottus specus Adams & Burr 2013; Grotto Sculpin ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Cottus tallapoosae Neely, Williams & Mayden 2007; Tallapoosa Sculpin
Cottus tenuis (Evermann & Meek 1898); Slender Sculpin

Myoxocephalus quadricornis (Linnaeus 1758); Fourhorn Sculpin PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada, freshwater populations only)
Myoxocephalus thompsonii (Girard 1851); Deepwater Sculpin PROPOSED THREATENED (Canada)

Family Moronidae (Temperate Basses)

Morone americana (Gmelin 1789); White Perch
Morone chrysops (Rafinesque 1820); White Bass
Morone mississippiensis Jordan & Eigenmann 1887; Yellow Bass
Morone saxatilis (Walbaum 1792); Striped Bass

Family Centrarchidae (Sunfishes)

Acantharchus pomotis (Baird 1855); Mud Sunfish

Ambloplites ariommus Viosca 1936; Shadow Bass
Ambloplites cavifrons Cope 1868; Roanoke Bass
Ambloplites constellatus Cashner & Suttkus 1977; Ozark Bass
Ambloplites rupestris (Rafinesque 1817); Rock Bass

Archoplites interruptus (Girard 1854); Sacramento Perch

Centrarchus macropterus (Lacepède 1801); Flier

Enneacanthus chaetodon (Baird 1855); Blackbanded Sunfish
Enneacanthus gloriosus (Holbrook 1855); Bluespotted Sunfish
Enneacanthus obesus (Girard 1854); Banded Sunfish

Lepomis auritus (Linnaeus 1758); Redbreast Sunfish PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Lepomis cyanellus Rafinesque 1819; Green Sunfish
Lepomis gibbosus (Linnaeus 1758); Pumpkinseed
Lepomis gulosus (Cuvier 1829); Warmouth SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Lepomis humilis (Girard 1858); Orangespotted Sunfish PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Lepomis macrochirus macrochirus Rafinesque 1819; Bluegill
Lepomis macrochirus mystacalis Cope 1877; Florida Bluegill
Lepomis macrochirus speciosus (Baird & Girard 1854)
Lepomis marginatus (Holbrook 1855); Dollar Sunfish
Lepomis megalotis megalotis (Rafinesque 1820); Central Longear Sunfish
Lepomis megalotis aquilensis (Baird & Girard 1853); Rio Grande Longear Sunfish
Lepomis megalotis breviceps (Baird & Girard 1853); Great Plains Longear Sunfish
Lepomis megalotis occidentalis Meek 1902; Western Longear Sunfish
Lepomis microlophus microlophus (Günther 1859); Eastern Redear Sunfish
Lepomis microlophus ssp. (Western Redear Sunfish)
Lepomis miniatus Jordan 1877; Redspotted Sunfish
Lepomis peltastes Cope 1870; Northern Sunfish
Lepomis punctatus (Valenciennes 1831); Spotted Sunfish
Lepomis symmetricus Forbes 1883; Bantam Sunfish

Micropterus cahabae Baker, Johnston & Blanton 2013; Cahaba Bass
Micropterus cataractae Williams & Burgess 1999; Shoal Bass
Micropterus chattahoochae Baker, Johnston & Blanton 2013; Chattahoochee Bass
Micropterus coosae Hubbs & Bailey 1940; Redeye Bass
Micropterus dolomieu dolomieu Lacepède 1802; Northern Smallmouth Bass
Micropterus dolomieu velox Hubbs & Bailey 1940; Neosho Smallmouth Bass
Micropterus henshalli Hubbs & Bailey 1940; Alabama Bass
Micropterus notius Bailey & Hubbs 1949; Suwannee Bass
Micropterus punctulatus (Rafinesque 1819); Spotted Bass
Micropterus salmoides salmoides (Lacepède 1802); Largemouth Bass
Micropterus salmoides floridanus (Lesueur 1822); Florida Bass
Micropterus tallapoosae Baker, Johnston & Blanton 2013; Tallapoosa Bass
Micropterus treculii (Vaillant & Bocourt 1874); Guadalupe Bass
Micropterus warriorensis Baker, Johnston & Blanton 2013; Warrior Bass

Pomoxis annularis Rafinesque 1818; White Crappie
Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Lesueur 1829); Black Crappie

Family Percidae (Perches & Darters)

Ammocrypta beanii Jordan 1877; Naked Sand Darter
Ammocrypta bifascia Williams 1975; Florida Sand Darter
Ammocrypta clara Jordan & Meek 1885; Western Sand Darter
Ammocrypta meridiana Williams 1975; Southern Sand Darter
Ammocrypta pellucida (Putnam 1863); Eastern Sand Darter THREATENED (Canada)
Ammocrypta vivax Hay 1882; Scaly Sand Darter

Crystallaria asprella (Jordan 1878); Crystal Darter
Crystallaria cincotta Welsh & Wood 2008; Diamond Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Etheostoma akatulo Layman & Mayden 2009; Bluemask Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma artesiae (Hay 1881); Redspot Darter
Etheostoma asprigene (Forbes 1878); Mud Darter
Etheostoma atripinne (Jordan 1877); Cumberland Snubnose Darter
Etheostoma australe Jordan 1889; Conchos Darter ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Etheostoma autumnale Mayden 2010; Autumn Darter
Etheostoma baileyi Page & Burr 1982; Emerald Darter
Etheostoma barbouri Kuehne & Small 1971; Teardrop Darter
Etheostoma barrenense Burr & Page 1982; Splendid Darter
Etheostoma basilare Page, Hardman & Near 2003; Corrugated Darter
Etheostoma bellator Suttkus & Bailey 1993; Warrior Darter
Etheostoma cf. bellator; Locust Fork Darter
Etheostoma cf. bellator; Sipsey Darter
Etheostoma bison Ceas & Page 1997; Buffalo Darter
Etheostoma blennioides blennioides Rafinesque 1819; Northern Greenside Darter
Etheostoma blennioides newmanii (Agassiz 1854); Highlands Greenside Darter
Etheostoma blennioides pholidotum Miller 1968; Central Greenside Darter PROPOSED SPECIAL CONCERN (Canada)
Etheostoma blennius blennius Gilbert & Swain 1887; Blenny Darter
Etheostoma blennius sequatchiense Burr 1979; Sequatchie Darter
Etheostoma boschungi Wall & Williams 1974; Slackwater Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Etheostoma brevirostrum Suttkus & Etnier 1991; Holiday Darter
Etheostoma brevispinum (Coker 1926); Carolina Fantail Darter
Etheostoma burri Ceas & Page 1997; Brook Darter
Etheostoma caeruleum caeruleum Storer 1845; Rainbow Darter
Etheostoma caeruleum ssp.; Ozark Rainbow Darter
Etheostoma caeruleum ssp.; Homochitto Rainbow Darter
Etheostoma cf. caeruleum; Arkansas Rainbow Darter
Etheostoma cf. caeruleum; Relict Rainbow Darter
Etheostoma cervus Powers & Mayden 2003; Chickasaw Darter
Etheostoma chermocki Boschung, Mayden & Tomelleri 1992; Vermilion Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma chienense Page & Ceas 1992; Relict Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma chlorosoma (Hay 1881); Bluntnose Darter
Etheostoma cinereum Storer 1845; Ashy Darter
Etheostoma clinton Mayden & Layman 2012; Beaded Darter
Etheostoma collettei Birdsong & Knapp 1969; Creole Darter
Etheostoma collis (Hubbs & Cannon 1935); Carolina Darter
Etheostoma colorosum Suttkus & Bailey 1993; Coastal Darter
Etheostoma coosae (Fowler 1945); Coosa Darter
Etheostoma corona Page & Ceas 1992; Crown Darter
Etheostoma cragini Gilbert 1885; Arkansas Darter CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Etheostoma crossopterum Braasch & Mayden 1985; Fringed Darter
Etheostoma davisoni Hay 1885; Choctawhatchee Darter
Etheostoma derivativum Page, Hardman & Near 2003; Stone Darter
Etheostoma ditrema Ramsey & Suttkus 1965; Coldwater Darter
Etheostoma duryi Henshall 1889; Blackside Snubnose Darter
Etheostoma edwini (Hubbs & Cannon 1935); Brown Darter
Etheostoma erythrozonum Switzer & Wood 2009; Meramec Saddled Darter
Etheostoma etnieri Bouchard 1977; Cherry Darter
Etheostoma euzonum euzonum (Hubbs & Black 1940); Arkansas Saddled Darter
Etheostoma euzonum erizonum (Hubbs & Black 1940); Current Saddled Darter
Etheostoma exile (Girard 1859); Iowa Darter
Etheostoma flabellare flabellare Rafinesque 1819; Barred Fantail Darter
Etheostoma flabellare humerale (Girard 1859); Chesapeake Fantail Darter
Etheostoma flabellare lineolatum (Agassiz 1854); Striped Fantail Darter
Etheostoma flabellare ssp. (Tennessee and New River drainages)
Etheostoma flavum Etnier & Bailey 1989; Saffron Darter
Etheostoma fonticola (Jordan & Gilbert 1886); Fountain Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma forbesi Page & Ceas 1992; Barrens Darter
Etheostoma fragi Distler 1968; Strawberry Darter
Etheostoma fricksium Hildebrand 1923; Savannah Darter
Etheostoma fusiforme fusiforme (Girard 1854); Swamp Darter
Etheostoma fusiforme barratti (Holbrook 1855); Scalyhead Darter
Etheostoma gore Layman & Mayden 2012; Longhunt Darter
Etheostoma gracile (Girard 1859); Slough Darter
Etheostoma grahami (Girard 1859); Rio Grande Darter THREATENED (Mexico)
Etheostoma gutselli (Hildebrand 1932); Tuckasegee Darter
Etheostoma histrio Jordan & Gilbert 1887; Harlequin Darter
Etheostoma hopkinsi hopkinsi (Fowler 1945); Christmas Darter
Etheostoma hopkinsi binotatum Bailey & Richards 1963; Christmas-Eve Darter
Etheostoma inscriptum (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Turquoise Darter
Etheostoma jessiae (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Blueside Darter
Etheostoma jimmycarter Layman & Mayden 2012; Bluegrass Darter
Etheostoma kanawhae (Raney 1941); Kanawha Darter
Etheostoma kantuckeense Ceas & Page 1997; Highland Rim Darter
Etheostoma kennicotti (Putnam 1863); Stripetail Darter
Etheostoma lachneri Suttkus & Bailey 1994; Tombigbee Darter
Etheostoma lawrencei Ceas & Burr 2002; Headwater Darter
Etheostoma lemniscatum Blanton 2008; Tuxedo Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma lepidum (Baird & Girard 1853); Greenthroat Darter
Etheostoma longimanum Jordan 1888; Longfin Darter
Etheostoma lugoi Norris & Minckley 1997; Tufa Darter ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Etheostoma luteovinctum Gilbert & Swain 1887; Redband Darter
Etheostoma lynceum Hay 1885; Brighteye Darter
Etheostoma mariae (Fowler 1947); Pinewoods Darter
Etheostoma marmorpinnum Blanton & Jenkins 2008; Marbled Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma maydeni Powers & Kuhajda 2012; Redlips Darter
Etheostoma mihileze Mayden 2010; Sunburst Darter
Etheostoma microperca Jordan & Gilbert 1888; Least Darter
Etheostoma neopterum Howell & Dingerkus 1978; Lollypop Darter
Etheostoma nianguae Gilbert & Meek 1887; Niangua Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Etheostoma nigripinne Braasch & Mayden 1985; Blackfin Darter
Etheostoma nigrum Rafinesque 1820; Johnny Darter
Etheostoma nuchale Howell & Caldwell 1965; Watercress Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma obama Mayden & Layman 2012; Spangled Darter
Etheostoma obeyense Kirsch 1892; Barcheek Darter
Etheostoma occidentale Powers & Mayden 2007; Westrim Darter
Etheostoma okaloosae (Fowler 1941); Okaloosa Darter ENDANGERED, PROPOSED THREATENED (U.S.)
Etheostoma olivaceum Braasch & Page 1979; Sooty Darter
Etheostoma olmstedi olmstedi Storer 1842; Northern Tessellated Darter
Etheostoma olmstedi atromaculatum (Girard 1859)
Etheostoma olmstedi maculaticeps (Cope 1870); Southern Tessellated Darter
Etheostoma olmstedi vexillare (Jordan 1880)
Etheostoma oophylax Ceas & Page 1992; Guardian Darter
Etheostoma orientale Powers & Mayden 2007; Eastrim Darter
Etheostoma osburni (Hubbs & Trautman 1932); Candy Darter
Etheostoma pallididorsum Distler & Metcalf 1962; Paleback Darter
Etheostoma parvipinne Gilbert & Swain 1887); Goldstripe Darter
Etheostoma percnurum Jenkins 1994; Duskytail Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma perlongum (Hubbs & Raney 1946); Waccamaw Darter
Etheostoma phytophilum Bart & Taylor 1999; Rush Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma planasaxatile Powers & Mayden 2007; Duck Darter
Etheostoma podostemone Jordan & Jenkins 1889; Riverweed Darter
Etheostoma pottsii (Girard 1859); Mexican Darter THREATENED (Mexico)
Etheostoma proeliare (Hay 1881); Cypress Darter
Etheostoma pseudovulatum Ceas & Page 1992; Egg-mimic Darter
Etheostoma punctulatum (Agassiz 1854); Stippled Darter
Etheostoma pyrrhogaster Bailey & Etnier 1988; Firebelly Darter
Etheostoma radiosum radiosum (Hubbs & Black 1941); Orangebelly Darter
Etheostoma radiosum cyanorum (Moore & Rigney 1952)
Etheostoma radiosum paludosum (Moore & Rigney 1952); Washita Darter
Etheostoma rafinesquei Burr & Page 1982; Kentucky Darter
Etheostoma ramseyi Suttkus & Bailey 1994; Alabama Darter
Etheostoma raneyi Suttkus & Bart 1994; Yazoo Darter
Etheostoma rupestre Gilbert & Swain 1887; Rock Darter
Etheostoma sagitta (Jordan & Swain 1883); Cumberland Arrow Darter CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Etheostoma scotti Bauer, Etnier & Burkhead 1995; Cherokee Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Etheostoma segrex Norris & Minckley 1997; Salado Darter
Etheostoma sellare (Radcliffe & Welsh 1913); Maryland Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.); PROBABLY EXTINCT
Etheostoma serrifer (Hubbs & Cannon 1935); Sawcheek Darter
Etheostoma simoterum (Cope 1868); Snubnose Darter
Etheostoma sitikuense Blanton 2008; Citico Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma smithi Page & Braasch 1976; Slabrock Darter
Etheostoma spectabile spectabile (Agassiz 1854); Orangethroat Darter
Etheostoma spectabile pulchellum (Girard 1859); Plains Darter
Etheostoma spectabile squamosum Distler 1968; Plateau Darter
Etheostoma cf. spectabile; Ihiyo Darter
Etheostoma cf. spectabile; Mamequit Darter
Etheostoma cf. spectabile; Ozark Darter
Etheostoma cf. spectabile; Sheltowee Darter
Etheostoma spilotum Gilbert 1887; Kentucky Arrow Darter CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Etheostoma squamiceps Jordan 1877; Spottail Darter
Etheostoma stigmaeum (Jordan 1877); Speckled Darter
Etheostoma striatulum Page & Braasch 1977; Striated Darter
Etheostoma susanae (Jordan & Swain 1883); Cumberland Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Etheostoma swaini (Jordan 1884); Gulf Darter
Etheostoma swannanoa Jordan & Evermann 1889; Swannanoa Darter
Etheostoma tallapoosae Suttkus & Etnier 1991; Tallapoosa Darter
Etheostoma tecumsehi Ceas & Page 1997; Shawnee Darter
Etheostoma teddyroosevelt Layman & Mayden 2012; Highland Darter
Etheostoma tennesseense Powers & Mayden 2007; Tennessee Darter
Etheostoma tetrazonum (Hubbs & Black 1940); Missouri Saddled Darter
Etheostoma thalassinum (Jordan & Brayton 1878); Seagreen Darter
Etheostoma thompsoni Suttkus, Bart & Etnier 2012; Gumbo Darter
Etheostoma trisella Bailey & Richards 1963; Trispot Darter
Etheostoma tuscumbia Gilbert & Swain 1887; Tuscumbia Darter
Etheostoma uniporum Distler 1968; Current Darter
Etheostoma variatum Kirtland 1840; Variegate Darter
Etheostoma virgatum (Jordan 1880); Striped Darter
Etheostoma vitreum (Cope 1870); Glassy Darter
Etheostoma whipplei (Girard 1859); Redfin Darter
Etheostoma zonale (Cope 1868); Banded Darter
Etheostoma zonifer (Hubbs & Cannon 1935); Backwater Darter
Etheostoma zonistium Bailey & Etnier 1988; Bandfin Darter
Etheostoma cf. zonistium; Blueface Darter

Gymnocephalus cernua (Linnaeus 1758); Ruffe EXOTIC

Nothonotus acuticeps (Bailey 1959); Sharphead Darter
Nothonotus aquali (Williams & Etnier 1978); Coppercheek Darter
Nothonotus bellus (Zorach 1968); Orangefin Darter
Nothonotus camurus (Cope 1870); Bluebreast Darter
Nothonotus chlorobranchius (Zorach 1972); Greenfin Darter
Nothonotus chuckwachatte (Mayden & Wood 1993); Lipstick Darter
Nothonotus denoncourti (Stauffer & van Snik 1997); Golden Darter
Nothonotus douglasi (Wood & Mayden 1993); Tuskaloosa Darter
Nothonotus etowahae (Wood & Mayden 1993); Etowah Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Nothonotus jordani (Gilbert 1891); Greenbreast Darter
Nothonotus juliae (Meek 1891); Yoke Darter
Nothonotus maculatus (Kirtland 1840); Spotted Darter
Nothonotus microlepidus (Raney & Zorach 1967); Smallscale Darter
Nothonotus moorei (Raney & Suttkus 1964); Yellowcheek Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Nothonotus rubrus (Raney & Suttkus 1966); Bayou Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Nothonotus rufilineatus (Cope 1870); Redline Darter
Nothonotus sanguifluus Cope 1870; Bloodfin Darter
Nothonotus starnesi Keck & Near 2013; Caney Fork Darter
Nothonotus tippecanoe (Jordan & Evermann 1890); Tippecanoe Darter
Nothonotus vulneratus (Cope 1870); Wounded Darter
Nothonotus wapiti (Etnier & Williams 1989); Boulder Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Perca flavescens (Mitchill 1814); Yellow Perch

Percina antesella Williams & Etnier 1977; Amber Darter ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Percina apristis (Hubbs & Hubbs 1954); Guadalupe Darter
Percina aurantiaca (Cope 1868); Tangerine Darter
Percina aurolineata Suttkus & Ramsey 1967; Goldline Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Percina aurora Suttkus & Thompson 1994; Pearl Darter CANDIDATE (U.S.)
Percina austroperca Thompson 1995; Southern Logperch
Percina bimaculata Haldeman 1844; Chesapeake Logperch
Percina brevicauda Suttkus & Bart 1994; Coal Darter
Percina brucethompsoni Robison, Cashner & Near 2014; Ouachita Darter
Percina burtoni Fowler 1945; Blotchside Logperch
Percina caprodes caprodes (Rafinesque 1818); Ohio Logperch
Percina caprodes fulvitaenia Morris & Page 1981; Ozark Logperch
Percina caprodes semifasciata (DeKay 1842); Northern Logperch
Percina carbonaria (Baird & Girard 1853); Texas Logperch
Percina cf. carbonaria (Brazos and Colorado drainages)
Percina copelandi (Jordan 1877); Channel Darter THREATENED (Canada)
Percina crassa Jordan & Brayton 1878; Piedmont Darter
Percina crypta Freeman, Freeman & Burkhead 2008; Halloween Darter
Percina cymatotaenia (Gilbert & Meek 1887); Bluestripe Darter
Percina evides evides (Jordan & Copeland 1877); Gilt Darter
Percina evides ssp.; Appalachian Gilt Darter
Percina evides ssp.; Ozark Gilt Darter
Percina gymnocephala Beckham 1980; Appalachia Darter
Percina jenkinsi Thompson 1985; Conasauga Logperch ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Percina kathae Thompson 1997; Mobile Logperch
Percina kusha Williams & Burkhead 2007; Bridled Darter
Percina lenticula Richards & Knapp 1964; Freckled Darter
Percina macrocephala (Cope 1867); Longhead Darter
Percina macrolepida Stevenson 1971; Bigscale Logperch THREATENED (Mexico)
Percina maculata (Girard 1859); Blackside Darter
Percina nasuta (Bailey 1941); Longnose Darter
Percina nevisense (Cope 1870); Chainback Darter
Percina nigrofasciata nigrofasciata (Agassiz 1854); Blackbanded Darter
Percina nigrofasciata raneyi Crawford 1956; Savannah Blackbanded Darter
Percina notogramma notogramma (Raney & Hubbs 1948); Stripeback Darter
Percina notogramma montuosa Hogarth & Woolcott 1966; Mountain Stripeback Darter
Percina oxyrhynchus (Hubbs & Raney 1939); Sharpnose Darter
Percina palmaris (Bailey 1940); Bronze Darter
Percina pantherina (Moore & Reeves 1955); Leopard Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Percina peltata (Stauffer 1864); Shield Darter
Percina phoxocephala (Nelson 1876); Slenderhead Darter
Percina rex (Jordan & Evermann 1889); Roanoke Logperch ENDANGERED (U.S.)
Percina roanoka (Jordan & Jenkins 1889); Roanoke Darter
Percina sciera (Swain 1883); Dusky Darter
Percina shumardi (Girard 1859); River Darter
Percina sipsi Williams & Neely 2007; Bankhead Darter
Percina smithvanizi Williams & Walsh 2007; Muscadine Darter
Percina squamata (Gilbert & Swain 1887); Olive Darter
Percina stictogaster Burr & Page 1993; Frecklebelly Darter
Percina suttkusi Thompson 1997; Gulf Logperch
Percina tanasi Etnier 1976; Snail Darter THREATENED (U.S.)
Percina uranidea (Jordan & Gilbert 1887); Stargazing Darter
Percina vigil (Hay 1882); Saddleback Darter
Percina williamsi Page & Near 2007; Sickle Darter

Sander canadensis (Griffith & Smith 1834); Sauger
Sander lucioperca (Linnaeus 1758); European Zander EXOTIC
Sander vitreus vitreus (Mitchill 1818); Walleye
Sander vitreus glaucus (Hubbs 1926); Blue Pike EXTINCT

Family Sciaenidae (Drums)

Aplodinotus grunniens Rafinesque 1819; Freshwater Drum

Family Elassomatidae (Pygmy Sunfishes)

Elassoma alabamae Mayden 1993; Spring Pygmy Sunfish THREATENED (U.S.)
Elassoma boehlkei Rohde & Arndt 1987; Carolina Pygmy Sunfish
Elassoma evergladei Jordan 1884; Everglades Pygmy Sunfish
Elassoma gilberti Snelson, Krabbenhoft & Quattro 2009; Gulf Coast Pygmy Sunfish
Elassoma okatie Rohde & Arndt 1987; Bluebarred Pygmy Sunfish
Elassoma okefenokee Böhlke 1956; Okefenokee Pygmy Sunfish
Elassoma zonatum Jordan 1877; Banded Pygmy Sunfish

Family Cichlidae (Cichlids)

Amatitlania nigrofasciata (Günther 1867); Convict Cichlid EXOTIC

Amphilophus citrinellus (Günther 1864); Midas Cichlid EXOTIC
Amphilophus robertsoni (Regan 1905); Honduras Cichlid

Astatotilapia calliptera (Günther 1894); Eastern Happy EXOTIC

Astronotus ocellatus (Agassiz 1831); Oscar EXOTIC

Cichla ocellaris Bloch & Schneider 1801; Butterfly Peacock Bass EXOTIC

Cichlasoma beani (Jordan 1889); Sinaloa Cichlid
Cichlasoma bimaculatum (Linnaeus 1758); Black Acara EXOTIC
Cichlasoma istlanum (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Redside Cichlid
Cichlasoma trimaculatum (Günther 1867); Threespot Cichlid
Cichlasoma urophthalmus (Günther 1862); Mayan Cichlid EXOTIC

Coptodon zillii (Gervais 1848); Redbelly Tilapia EXOTIC

Geophagus surinamensis (Bloch 1791); Redstriped Eartheater EXOTIC

Hemichromis guttatus Günther 1862; Spotted Jewelfish EXOTIC
Hemichromis letourneuxi Sauvage 1880; African Jewelfish EXOTIC

Herichthys bartoni (Bean 1892); Media Luna Cichlid ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Herichthys carpintis (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Lowland Cichlid
Herichthys cyanoguttatus Baird & Girard 1854; Rio Grande Cichlid
Herichthys deppii (Heckel 1840); Nautla Cichlid
Herichthys labridens (Pellegrin 1903); Blackcheek Cichlid THREATENED (Mexico)
Herichthys minckleyi (Kornfield & Taylor 1983); Cuatro Ciénegas Cichlid ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Herichthys molango De la Maza-Benignos & Lozano-Vilano 2013; Aztec Cichlid THREATENED (Mexico)
Herichthys pame De la Maza-Benignos & Lozano-Vilano 2013 THREATENED (Mexico)
Herichthys pantostictus (Taylor & Miller 1983); Chairel Cichlid
Herichthys pratinus De la Maza-Benignos & Lozano-Vilano 2013; Green Cichlid THREATENED (Mexico)
Herichthys steindachneri (Jordan & Snyder 1899); Slender Cichlid ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Herichthys tamasopoensis Artigas Azas 1993; Tamasopo Cichlid

Heros severus Heckel 1840; Banded Cichlid EXOTIC

Heterotilapia buttikoferi (Hubrecht 1881); Zebra Tilapia EXOTIC

Oreochromis aureus (Steindachner 1864); Blue Tilapia EXOTIC
Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters 1852); Mozambique Tilapia EXOTIC
Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus 1758); Nile Tilapia EXOTIC
Oreochromis urolepis hornorum (Trewavas 1966); Wami Tilapia EXOTIC

Parachromis managuensis (Günther 1867); Jaguar Guapote EXOTIC
Parachromis salvini (Günther 1862); Yellowbelly Cichlid

Paraneetroplus fenestratus (Günther 1860); Blackstripe Cichlid

Pelmatolapia mariae (Boulenger 1899); Spotted Tilapia EXOTIC

Rocio octofasciata (Regan 1903); Jack Dempsey

Sarotherodon melanotheron Rüppell 1852; Blackchin Tilapia EXOTIC

Theraps nebuliferus (Günther 1860); Papaloapan Cichlid

Thorichthys ellioti Meek 1904; Spotcheek Cichlid
Thorichthys meeki Brind 1918; Firemouth Cichlid EXOTIC

Family Embiotocidae (Surfperches)

Hysterocarpus traskii traskii Gibbons 1854; Sacramento Tule Perch
Hysterocarpus traskii lagunae Hopkirk 1974; Clear Lake Tule Perch
Hysterocarpus traskii pomo Hopkirk 1974; Russian River Tule Perch

Family Gobiesocidae (Clingfishes)

Gobiesox fluviatilis Briggs & Miller 1960; Mountain Clingfish THREATENED (Mexico)
Gobiesox juniperoserrai Espinosa Pérez & Castro-Aguirre 1996; Peninsular Clingfish ENDANGERED (Mexico)
Gobiesox mexicanus Briggs & Miller 1960; Mexican Clingfish SPECIAL CONCERN (Mexico)

Family Eleotridae (Sleepers)

Dormitator latifrons (Richardson 1844); Pacific Fat Sleeper
Dormitator maculatus (Bloch 1792); Fat Sleeper

Eleotris amblyopsis (Cope 1871); Largescaled Spinycheek Sleeper
Eleotris picta Kner 1863; Spotted Sleeper

Gobiomorus dormitor Lacepède 1800; Bigmouth Sleeper
Gobiomorus maculatus (Günther 1859); Pacific Sleeper
Gobiomorus polylepis Ginsburg 1953; Finescale Sleeper

Family Gobiidae (Gobies)

Awaous banana (Valenciennes 1837); River Goby

Ctenogobius claytonii (Meek 1902); Mexican Goby
Ctenogobius pseudofasciatus (Gilbert & Randall 1971); Slashcheek Goby
Ctenogobius shufeldti (Jordan & Eigenmann 1887); Freshwater Goby

Eucyclogobius newberryi (Girard 1856); Tidewater Goby ENDANGERED (U.S.)

Neogobius melanostomus (Pallas 1814); Round Goby EXOTIC

Proterorhinus semilunaris (Heckel 1837); Tubenose Goby EXOTIC

Rhinogobius brunneus (Temminck & Schlegel 1845); Amur Goby EXOTIC

Sicydium gymnogaster Ogilvie-Grant 1884; Smoothbelly Goby
Sicydium multipunctatum Regan 1906; Multispotted Goby

Tridentiger bifasciatus Steindachner 1881; Shimofuri Goby EXOTIC

Family Channidae (Snakeheads)

Channa argus (Cantor 1842); Northern Snakehead EXOTIC
Channa marulius (Hamilton 1822); Bullseye Snakehead EXOTIC

Family Pleuronectidae (Righteye Flounders)

Platichthys stellatus (Pallas 1788); Starry Flounder

Family Achiridae (American Soles)

Trinectes fonsecensis (Günther 1862); Spottedfin Sole
Trinectes maculatus (Bloch & Schneider 1801); Hogchoker

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