Table Bc02: The ten most abundant fish species collected from streams by subwatershed

Table Bc02: The ten most abundant fish species collected from streams by subwatershed.
Upper Niangua Subwatershed Lower Niangua Subwatershed Little Niangua Subwatershed
Species Relative Abundance Species Relative Abundance Species Relative Abundance
Central stoneroller 29.3 Bleeding shiner 10.0 Bleeding shiner 22.8
Bleeding shiner 21.8 Black redhorse 7.6 Ozark minnow 15.7
Ozark minnow 6.3 Golden redhorse 6.7 Rainbow darter 15.0
Rainbow darter 5.0 Gizzard shad 5.9 Central stoneroller 7.4
Ozark sculpin 3.9 Bluegill 5.5 N. orangethroat darter 5.9
N. orangethroat darter 3.4 Longear sunfish 5.4 Striped fantail darter 4.1
Striped shiner 3.1 Largescale Stoneroller 5.2 Greenside darter 3.8
Bluntnose minnow 3.1 Rock bass 4.8 Largescale stoneroller 3.4
Northern studfish 2.7 Green sunfish 4.8 Hornyhead chub 2.1
Longear sunfish 2.6 Bluntnose minnow 4.6 Bluntnose minnow 1.8
81.2 60.5 82.0

Relative Abundance - Percent of total number of fish collected.

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