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Table Bc02: Fish present in MDC fish community samples of the East Osage River Basin

Table Bc02: Fish present in MDC fish community samples of the East Osage River Basin by subbasin and most recent time period collected*
Common Name Lower Osage R. Lower Maries R. Upper Maries R. Little Maries R. Tavern Cr. Wet Glaize Cr. Dry Auglaize Cr.
Chestnut lamprey   B     C B  
Shovelnose sturgeon              
Lake sturgeon              
Longnose gar B D     D B  
Shortnose gar B D     D    
American eel B            
Alabama shad B            
Gizzard shad D D     D B  
Skipjack herring              
Mooneye         B    
Goldeye B            
Largescale stoneroller D D D D D D D
Central stoneroller D D D D D D D
Red shiner B D A A D D D
Common carp B D     D D D
Goldfish           D  
Gravel chub B       D    
Bleeding shiner D D D D D D D
Redfin shiner A D A A D   D
Wedgespot shiner   D A D D D  
Hornyhead chub D D D D D D A
Mimic shiner B            
Emerald shiner B            
Golden shiner         C D D
Ghost shiner B A          
Blacknose shiner     A A     D
Channel shiner B            
Sand shiner B D A   D D D
Silverband shiner B            
Ozark minnow D D D D D D D
Western silvery minnow B A     C    
Rosyface shiner D D     D D D
Striped shiner              
Suckermouth minnow B C     C C  
Southern redbelly dace D   D D D D D
Bluntnose minnow D D D D D D D
Fathead minnow     D     D C
Gravel chub B C     D    
Creek chub D C D C D D D
Speckled chub              
Silver chub B            
White sucker         D D D
Blue sucker              
Highfin carpsucker              
Northern hogsucker D D C C D D D
Bigmouth buffalo   D          
Smallmouth buffalo D            
Black buffalo              
Quillback B         D  
Black redhorse D D C C D D D
Golden redhorse D D A   D D D
Shorthead redhorse B D     C B  
Silver redhorse D D     D B  
River redhorse              
Black bullhead A     C C   D
Yellow bullhead D C C C D C D
Channel catfish B D     D    
Flathead catfish B D          
Blue catfish              
Freckled madtom B       A    
Slender madtom D D D D D D D
Stonecat B       D    
Northern studfish D D   D D D D
Blackspotted topminnow D D D D D D D
Plains topminnow D C D D D    
Western mosquitofish   D     D D D
Brook silverside D D D D D D D
Mottled sculpin D       D D  
Banded sculpin B         D  
Ozark sculpin         D    
White bass   D     D B  
Rock bass   D C C      
River carpsucker B         B  
Green sunfish D D D D D D D
Warmouth   D          
Orangespotted sunfish   A     C   A
Bluegill D D D D D D D
Longear sunfish D D D D D D D
Smallmouth bass D D D D D D A
Spotted bass C D   C D D D
Largemouth bass D D D D D D D
White crappie         D B D
Black crappie B D       B  
Greenside darter D D C D D D D
Rainbow darter D D D D D D D
Fantail darter       D   D D
Least darter              
Niangua darter   D     D    
Johnny darter D A A   D    
Stippled darter D C C D   D  
Orangethroat darter   D D D D D D
Banded darter B D     D D  
Missouri saddled darter C D     D D  
Slenderhead darter B       D    
Gilt darter B            
Logperch B       D D D
Northern pike B            
Walleye           B  
Sauger B D          
Freshwater drum B D     C B  
Table Bc02: Fish present in MDC fish community samples of the East Osage River Basin by subbasin and most recent time period collected*
Common Name Deer Cr. Turkey Cr. Cole Camp Cr. Upper LOZ Hills Gravois Arm Lower LOZ Hills Miller Co Osg R Hills
Chestnut lamprey             C
Shovelnose sturgeon             C
Lake sturgeon             A
Longnose gar     D       C
Shortnose gar             C
American eel             C
Alabama shad              
Gizzard shad C D A   A   D
Skipjack herring             C
Mooneye              
Goldeye             C
Largescale stoneroller D D D D D   D
Central stoneroller D D D D D   D
Red shiner     A   A   C
Common carp D D D       D
Goldfish             D
Gravel chub             C
Bleeding shiner D D D D D   D
Redfin shiner   D D       C
Wedgespot shiner             C
Hornyhead chub D B A C D   D
Mimic shiner             D
Emerald shiner             C
Golden shiner     D   D   D
Ghost shiner             D
Blacknose shiner              
Channel shiner              
Sand shiner     D   A   C
Silverband shiner              
Ozark minnow D D D D D   D
Western silvery minnow              
Rosyface shiner             D
Striped shiner             D
Suckermouth minnow     A       A
Southern redbelly dace D     D D   D
Bluntnose minnow D D D   D   D
Fathead minnow     D   A   D
Gravel chub             C
Creek chub D D D D D   D
Speckled chub             C
Silver chub              
White sucker             D
Blue sucker             C
Highfin carpsucker             C
Northern hogsucker D D D D D   D
Bigmouth buffalo             C
Smallmouth buffalo             C
Black buffalo             C
Quillback             C
Black redhorse D D D       D
Golden redhorse D C D       D
Shorthead redhorse             C
Silver redhorse             C
River redhorse             C
Black bullhead             C
Yellow bullhead D D D C D   D
Channel catfish     A B     C
Flathead catfish             C
Blue catfish             C
Freckled madtom              
Slender madtom D D D D D   D
Stonecat              
Northern studfish D D D D D   D
Blackspotted topminnow D D D D A   D
Plains topminnow B   D D D   D
Western mosquitofish             D
Brook silverside D D D   A   D
Mottled sculpin D           D
Banded sculpin     C D A    
Ozark sculpin       D D   D
White bass             C
Rock bass             D
River carpsucker     A       C
Green sunfish D D D D D   D
Warmouth              
Orangespotted sunfish     B       A
Bluegill D D D D D   D
Longear sunfish D D D B D   D
Smallmouth bass D B D D D   D
Spotted bass D D D D D   D
Largemouth bass D D D C D   D
White crappie             C
Black crappie             D
Greenside darter D D D   A   D
Rainbow darter D D D D D   D
Fantail darter D D D D D   D
Least darter B   D   A    
Niangua darter              
Johnny darter             C
Stippled darter     D D A   D
Orangethroat darter D D D D D   D
Banded darter     A       C
Missouri saddled darter             C
Slenderhead darter             D
Gilt darter             C
Logperch D C D   D   D
Northern pike             C
Walleye             C
Sauger             C
Freshwater drum   D D       D

A = 1931-1946 collections

B = 1947-1973 collections

C = 1974-1990 collections

D = 1991-2001 collections

Key Messages: 

Conservation pays by enriching our economy and quality of life.

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