Table Bc01: Percent of sites in each subbasin where a species was collected

Table Bc01: Percent of sites in each subbasin where a species was collected (Data from seine samples).
Family/Species Common Name Percent
Upper Subbasin Lower Subbasin
PETROMYZONTIDAE LAMPREYS
Ichthyomyson castaneus 2
Lampetra aepyptera Least brook lamprey 5
LEPISOSTEIDAE GARS
Lepisosteus oculatus Spotted gar 18
L. osseus Longnose gar 7 27
L. platostomus Shortnose gar 2 27
AMIIDAE BOWFINS
Amia calva Bowfin 12
HIODONTIDAE MOONEYES
Hiodon tergisus Mooneye 6
ANGUILLIDAE FRESHWATER EELS
Anguilla rostrata American eel 6
CLUPEIDAE HERRINGS
Alosa chrysochloris Skipjack herring 3
Dorosoma cepedianum Gizzard shad 11 73
D. petenense Threadfin shad 3
CYPRINIDAE MINNOWS
Campostoma pullum Central stoneroller 86
C. oligolepis Largescale stoneroller 66
Cyprinella galactura Whitetail shiner 18
C. venusta Blacktail shiner 20 61
C. whipplei Steelcolor shiner 39 15
Cyprinus carpio Common carp 9 21
Erimystax harryi Ozark chub 16
Hybognathus hayi Cypress minnow 24
H. nuchalis Miss. silvery minnow 16 21
Luxilus chrysocephalus Striped shiner 63 6
L. zonatus Bleeding shiner 43
Lythrurus umbratilis cyanocephalus E. Redfin shiner 27 30
L. fumeus Ribbon shiner 4 36
Nocomis biguttatus Hornyhead chub 25
Notemigonus crysoleucas Golden shiner 13 42
Notropis amblops Bigeye chub 32
N. amnis Pallid shiner 12
N. atherinoides Emerald shiner 11 30
N. boops Bigeye shiner 59
N. buccatus Silverjaw minnow 5
N. chalybaeus Ironcolor shiner 12
N. greenei Wedgespot shiner 21
N. maculatus Taillight shiner 6
N. nubilus Ozark minnow 30
N. ozarcanus Ozark shiner 7
N. rubellus Rosyface shiner 34
N. telescopus Telescope shiner 36
N. texanus Weed shiner 2 30
N. v. volucellus N. E. mimic shiner 4 24
Opsopoeodus emiliae Pugnose minnow 4 25
Phenacobius mirabilis Suckermouth minnow 2 6
Phoxinus erythrogaster S. redbelly dace 14
Pimephales notatus Bluntnose minnow 63 39
P. promelas Fathead minnow 2
P. tenellus parviceps E. slim minnow 5
P. vigilax Bullhead minnow 5 48
Semotilus atromaculatus Creek chub 36 9
CATOSTOMIDAE SUCKERS
Carpiodes carpio River carpsucker 2 3
C. cyprinus Quillback 4
C. velifer Highfin carpsucker 4
Cycleptus elongatus Blue sucker 6
Erimyzon oblongus Creek chubsucker 52 9
E. sucetta Lake chubsucker 15
Hypentelium nigricans Northern hogsucker 57
Ictiobus bubalus Smallmouth buffalo 2 9
I. cyprinellus Bigmouth buffalo 5 9
I. niger Black buffalo 3
Minytrema melanops Spotted sucker 7 27
Moxostoma anisurum Silver redhorse 5
M. carinatum River redhorse 5
M. duquesnei Black redhouse 34
M. erythrurum Golden redhorse 32 9
M. macrolepidotum Shorthead redhorse 4 12
ICTALURIDAE CATFISHES
Ameiurus melas Black bullhead 14 24
A. natalis Yellow bullhead 27 21
A. nebulosus Brown bullhead 6
Ictalurus punctatus Channel catfish 7 39
Noturus albater Ozark madtom 13
N. eleutherus Mountain madtom 2
N. exilis Slender madtom 5
N. gyrinus Tadpole madtom 2 30
N. miurus Brindled madtom 7 21
N. nocturnus Freckled madtom 2 15
Pylodictis olivaris Flathead catfish 4 18
ESOCIDAE PIKES
Esox americanus Grass pickerel 20 21
E. niger Chain pickerel 4 18
APHREDODERIDAE PIRATE PERCHES
Aphredoderus sayanus Pirate perch 5 55
FUNDULIDAE KILLFISHES
Fundulus catenatus Northern studfish 55
F. notatus Blackstripe topminnow 7 27
F. dispar Starhead topminnow 27
F. olivaceus Blackspotted topminnow 70 79
POECILLIIDAE LIVE BEARERS
Gambusia affinis Mosquitofish 13 76
ATHERINIDAE SILVERSIDES
Labidesthes sicculus Brook silversides 39 58
COTTIDAE SCULPINS
Cottus carolinae Banded sculpin 20
MORONIDAE TEMPERATE BASSES
Morone chrysops White bass 2 15
ELASSOMATIDAE PYGMY SUNFISHES
Elassoma zonatum Banded pygmy sunfish 27
CENTRARCHIDAE SUNFISHES
Ambloplites ariommus Shadow bass 34 12
Centrarchus macropterus Flier 18
Lepomis cyanellus Green sunfish 71 36
L. gulosus Warmouth 13 52
L. humilis Orangespotted sunfish 9 61
L. macrochirus Bluegill 57 85
L. megalotis Longear sunfish 82 67
L. microlophus Redear sunfish 5 3
L. miniatus Redspotted sunfish 11 27
L. symmetricus Bantam sunfish 12
Micropterus dolomieu Smallmouth bass 46 3
M. punctulatus Spotted bass 43 52
M. salmoides Largemouth bass 34 73
Pomoxis annularis White crappie 7 45
P. nigromaculatus Black crappie 11 39
PERCIDAE PERCHES
Ammocrypta clara Western sand darter 2 18
A. vivax Scaly sand darter 14 15
Crystallaria asprella Crystal darter 4 18
Etheostoma asprigene Mud darter 18
E. blennioides Greenside darter 41
E. caeruleum Rainbow darter 70
E. chlorosomum Bluntnose darter 2 58
E. flabellare lineolatum Striped fantail darter 50 3
E. gracile Slough darter 36
E. histrio Harlequin darter 21
E. nigrum Johnny darter 4 3
E. proeliare Cypress darter 4 30
E. s. spectabile N.E. Orangethroat darter 50 6
E. stigmaeum Speckled darter 11 18
E. zonale Banded darter 25 3
Percina c. caprodes Ohio logperch 25 9
P. evides Gilt darter 16 3
P. maculata Blackside darter 7 30
P. nasuta Longnose darter 4
P. phoxocephala Slenderhead darter 2
P. sciera Dusky darter 7 36
P. shumardi River darter 15
P. vigil Saddleback darter 4 9
Stizostedion canadense Sauger 2
S. vitreum Walleye 4
SCIAENIDAE DRUMS
Aplodinotus grunniens Freshwater drum 4 18

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