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The Longnose Dace of the coastal rivers of Oregon and Washington belong to the western lineage (Pacific drainages) of the R.
Strong associates in this system include Mountain Redbelly Dace Chrosomus areas, Rosyside Dace Clinostomus funduloides, Rosefin Shiner Lythrurus ardens, and Crescent Shiner Luxilus cerasinus; facultative associates include Blacknose Dace Rhinichthys atratulus and Longnose Dace R.
Microsatellite primers from non-conspecifics longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) were obtained from Integrated DNA Technologies[R] (IDT) (Waltham, Massachusetts) based on sequences derived from Girard and Angers (2006).
Native fishes in the Rio Grande, particularly the endangered RGSM and native longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae), appear to be declining, possibly due to the synergistic effects of these factors (Hoagstrom et al., 2010).
Rhinichthys cataractae (Valenciennes), Longnose Dace. In Illinois, the Longnose Dace occurs along the pebble beaches of Lake Michigan and in several gravelly, boulder-strewn streams in the northwestern corner of the state (Smith 1979).
Researchers tested a native minnow, longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae), and found that at nearly every site, 14 out of 15 locations, males showed elevated levels of a protein, hepatic vitellogenin, which is normally only found in the blood of females and is used by females to procluce eggs.
The analysis showed elevated levels of a protein, hepatic vitellogenin, in male minnow, longnose dace fishes.
A few veterans bait minnow traps with bread catching wild lake chubs, common carp, golden, common, bridle, spottail shiners, bluntnose and fathead minnows, blacknose and longnose dace, creek chubs and fallfish.
Within a year after removal of the 2-m-high dam in 2000, these species declined in favor of river species, such as shield darters and longnose dace, Hart and his colleagues reported in 2002.
15 1 13 104 4 Channel catfish 3 5 47 14 149 92 Common carp 2 7 7 8 Creek chub Longnose dace Emerald shiner 1 Fathead minnow 77 9 2 1 Flathead chub 3 4 26 35 174 569 Grass pickerel 1 Largemouth bass 6 1 2 4 Red shiner 308 382 93 143 439 80 River shiner Sand shiner 326 165 198 36 831 547 Sanger 1 Shorthead redhorse 4 4 4 1 Stone catfish 1 White crappie 1 1 1 White sucker 2 1 Yellow bullhead 1 1 Yellow perch No.
The species that were killed included sand shiners, creek chubs, fathead minnows, longnose dace and largemouth bass.
Geographic variation among Pacific Northwest populations of Longnose Dace, Rhinichthys cataractae.