Chub, any of several freshwater fishes of the carp family, Cyprinidae, common in Europe and North America. © Copyright 2021 CAB International. Response Statement - Silver Chub, Saskatchewan - Nelson River populations (2013-01-03) This small-bodied fish inhabits rivers and lakes in the Saskatchewan-Nelson watershed. Arlington, Virginia, USA: NatureServe. There are no pictures available for this datasheet, US Fish and Wildlife Service, The Comparative Food Habits of the Cyprinid Fishes. In late spring the breeding male builds a pebble nest close to the bank of the stream in low to moderate current. Habitat As its common name implies, the lake chub is most commonly found in cold-water lakes with clean gravel, and it can also live in cold-water rivers and streams.It often lives in shallows, but during mid-summer, it may move to the deeper parts of a lake to avoid the warmer waters of the lake shore. The chub is a freshwater coarse fish mainly found in UK rivers and can be … FishBase. http://www.natureserve.org/getData. Photo Credit: Dave Herasimtschuk, Freshwater Illustrated. [14] At two years the river chub is 95-110mm and sexually mature. Scientific Name Author Year Common Name Leuciscidae Nocomis platyrhynchus Lachner & Jenkins 1971 Bigmouth Chub Nocomis platyrhynchus Unique Characters: Large, stout body. CHARACTERISTICS: Compared to the bluehead chub, Nocomis leptocephalus, which is stout and whose breeding males become blue, the river chub, N. micropogon, is less stout, and its breeding males become rosy red. One example is the Nocomis micropogon X Rhinichthys cataractae which is sometimes identified as Rhinichthys bowersi. Gravel addition as a habitat zestoration technique for tailwaters. 1999. Crossman and McAllister (1986) listed this species as possibly present in the U.S. section of the Red River [10] They provide ecological services to mussels (as glochidia host), and nest associates, some of which may not spawn in its absence. [14], In early spring the adult male river chub undergoes pronounced changes in his appearance in preparation for breeding. 1993. The silvery chub can be seen gathering in large shoals in lowland rivers and streams. The humpback chub (Gila cypha) is a federally protected fish that lived originally in fast waters of the Colorado River system in the United States. Chub. Common name • Sicklefin chub Scientific name • Macrhybopsis meeki Federal status • Candidate Ecology The sicklefin chub is restricted to the Missouri River and the Mississippi River downstream of the confluence of these two Reproductive behavior captive breeding, and restoration ecology of endangered fishes. The male fans the nest and defends it from rivals with head butting and circle swim behaviors. There is no evidence of decline in abundance or range, and recent sampling suggests that this is a widespread species, but one which is not particularly abundant anywhere in the watershed. [4] The main threats it faces are pollution, siltation, and habitat destruction primarily by dam building. Common length is about 14 centimetres (5.5 in). Other insects consumed were Coleoptera (beetles), Hemiptera (true bugs), Hymenoptera (bees, wasps, and ants), Plecoptera (stoneflies), Neuroptera (net-winged insects like laceflies), and Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths). Available, Lachner, EA. Scientific name i Nocomis micropogon Taxonomy navigation › Nocomis Terminal (leaf) node. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30.5:1238-1257. Johnston, CE. Virgin River Chub Species Information Scientific Name: Gila seminude Family: Cyprinidae Description: Freshwater fish that is a silvery, medium sized minnow averaging 8 inches in length. Available, Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Downloadable animal datasets, NatureServe Central Databases. RIVER CHUB. Specifically, it is found in the central and western portions of the Ohio River basin, including in the upper Green, upper Barren, Cumberland, Duck, and lower Tennessee rivers. Limestone treatments and wetlands were built to mitigate the acid mine drainage and the river chub was one of the first species to return.[10]. US Fish and Wildlife Service, 2008. 2012. [15] When the water temperature reaches 16°-19 °C he finds an area in low to moderate current, typically 0.5-1m deep and begins to build a pebble nest. Studies of the Biology of the Cyprinid Fishes of the Chub Genus, Maurakis, EG, WS Woolcott, and MH Sabaj. The relationship of spawning mode to conservation of North American minnows (Cyprinidae). Conservation Status: Not listed State Rank: secure Distribution: The range of the creek chub encompasses most of eastern North America, including the Great Lakes, Mississippi River, Gulf coast, Atlantic coast (excluding Florida and Georgia), and Hudson Bay drainages. The Oregon chub was listed as endangered in 1993. Gilbert (1998) recognized three distinct subspecies: C. p. plumbeus, C. p. greeni, and one formerly known as C. p. dissimilis (a name no longer available). Mohave tui chub Credit: Joe Ferreira, California Department of Wildlife The Mohave tui chub, Gila bicolor mohavensis, is the only fish native to the Mohave River basin in San Bernardino County, California.Arroyo chubs, Gila orcutti, were introduced into Mohave River headwater reservoirs in the San Bernardino Mountains, and first appeared in the Mohave River during the 1930s. It is suspected that the river chub feeds on the gelatinous masses as it does drifting insects. In Fairfax County they were found on the main stems of AccotinkCreek, Pohick Creek, Cub Run and Popes Head Creek. 1999. Common Name: Virgin River Chub Scientific Name: Gila seminuda Appearance: The Virgin River Chub is a medium-sized minnow, typically less than 5.9 in long, but can reach lengths of 9.8 in. This species takes its name from the prominent hump between the head and dorsal fin , which is thought to direct the flow of water over the body and help maintain body position in the swift currents of the Colorado. The scientific name of the Columbia River chub Zoology, University of Michigan Museum of (UMMZ) The scientific name of the Columbia River chub Hubbs, C. L.; Schultz, L. P. Critical habitat was designated on March 10, 2010. It is a streamlined fish with NH Fish and Game Department, guardian of the state's fish, wildlife, and marine resources. Chubs are good bait fish, and large specimens are caught for sport or food. McManamay RA, DJ Orth, CA Dolloff, and MA Cantrell. Cravotta CA, RA Brightbill, and MJ Langland. Also, hybridization among nest associates is not uncommon. A monitoring plan to assess the status of the spotfin chub population in the Little Tennessee River was implemented in August 2007. Rakes PL, JR Shute, and PW Shute. 2012. 1991. Mine Water and the Environment 29.3:176-199. 2010. Environmental Conservation Online System. Chub - Leuciscus cephalus - description of Chub baits and fishing methods to catch Chub. Mayflies (mainly baetids) were about 6% of the total. It has been extirpated in areas with excess turbidity and siltation in western Ohio. The glochidia encyst on the gills of river chubs where they metamorphose into juveniles and then drop off. 2012. The Swatara Creek in Pennsylvania had no fish due to acid mine drainage. Flathead Chub Platygobio gracilis Common name • Flathead Chub Scientific name • Platygobio gracilis Federal status • None State status • Endangered Purpose … Due to the successful implementation of the recovery plan, the species' status improved, and on April 23, 2010, the USFWS changed the Endangered Species Act classification of the Oregon chub from endangered to threatened. : 010145 Legal Status: ¾ Arizona, Species of Special Concern ¾ ESA, Endangered ¾ ESA, Proposed Endangered ¾ ESA, Proposed Threatened ¾ ¾ ¾ This sediment-starved condition has impacted some species, such as the redd nesting northern hog sucker and black redhorse, that require natural deposits of coarse material to spawn, but typically the river chub continues to be able to find gravel to build its own spawning habitat. Native Range: Throughout much of Canada and northern United States; south to Delaware River, New York; southern end of Lake Michigan, Illinois; Platte River system, Colorado; and Columbia River drainage, Washington. Description Name Family Cyprinidae Scientific Name Nocomis micropogon Genus Nocomis Species micropogon Common Name river chub Description Catalog Number 169063 Size 129 mmSL,150 TL Number of Specimens 1 NatureServe, Arlington, Virginia. It is a member of the carp family and looks very similar to the dace, but is larger and has redder fins. [7], The river chub is generally considered widespread and abundant with no apparent major threats. About 20% of North American minnows are considered imperiled. For example, in an effort to establish a more viable population, pebble nest associate Phoxinus cumberlandensis was bred in aquaria with a man made pebble nest, and milt from a breeding male river chub was added to induce spawning. The Virgin River fishes: Woundfin (Plagopterus argentissimus) and Virgin River chub (Gila seminuda) 5-Year Review: Summary and Evaluation. It is one of the most common fishes in North American streams. NatureServe Explorer: An online encyclopedia of life [web application]. When a gravid female enters the trough he presses her against the side by placing his caudal peduncle over hers and lodging her head between his opercle and pectoral fin. Reproductive Behavioral Phylogenetics of, 10.2305/IUCN.UK.2013-1.RLTS.T202276A18230616.en, https://nas.er.usgs.gov/queries/factsheet.aspx?SpeciesID=577, http://ohiodnr.com/watercraft/tabid/2592/Default.aspx, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=River_chub&oldid=948690426, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2014, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 April 2020, at 13:39. It is one of the most common fishes in North American streams. Its maximum life span is 5 years and it can grow up to 33 cm. His head swells and grows well-developed tubercles from eyes to snout tip. Abandoned Mine Drainage in the Swatara Creek Basin, Southern Anthracite Coalfield, Pennsylvania, USA: 1. Next, collecting a relatively uniform set of up 10,000 pebbles about 1 cm in size from as far away as 25m, he builds a short platform and then a 20–30 cm high circular mound with a central trough on the upstream slope. [5] In addition to the breeding male's changes, other sexual dimorphic characters include slightly larger paired, anal, and dorsal fins in the female, and faster growth rate and larger size in the male. When Oregon chub were listed in 1993 as “endangered” under the ESA, the population had declined to under 1,000 fish in eight known locations, down from at least 29 locations historically. ODFW biologists sample for Oregon Chub. Dams can also trap the stone and gravel sediments and keep them from replenishing the waters below. During the breedingseason the Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. One study of river chub stomach contents in western New York found that insects were 70% of the volume of food consumed, plants 20% (mainly filamentous algae), crustaceans 5% (primarily Cambarus), and mollusks 4% (primarily gastropods), plus a few fish and arachnids. [citation needed], The river chub is among the most common fishes in North American streams. Version 7.1. A recovery plan was published in 1998. This includes the Susquehanna River system, James River system, Great Lakes basin (except Lake Superior), Ohio River basin, Santee River, Savannah River, and Coosa River. Ten sites are surveyed within the 23 mile (37 km) reach from Franklin Dam to Fontana Reservoir. Size: 23 cm. [3], The river chub does suffer where pollution, turbidity and siltation, acid mine drainage and acid precipitation/deposition impact its habitat. [15], River chub is one of the most common fishes in its range. Scientific name: Squalius cephalus. USFWS (US Fish and Wildlife Service), 2013. During the breeding season, sexually mature males develop pinkish-purple coloration, and swollen heads with tubercles between the eyes and snout tip (they are sometimes called hornyheads). Populations in Ohio have been extirpated by turbidity and siltation in western regions and are threatened by acid mine drainage in the coal region. Riverine Fish of Ohio's Scenic Rivers. The river chub is a robust minnow, dark olivaceous above to dusky yellow below, with orange-red fins, large scales, a large slightly subterminal mouth, and a small barbel (whisker-like organ) at the corners of the jaw. The European chub (Leuciscus cephalus) is a [11][12], Nest associates of the river chub include species of the Clinostomus, Luxilus, Lythrurus, Notropis, Phoxinus, Rhinichthys, and Semotilus genera. [11][12] The river chub is host to mussels including the endangered fine-rayed pigtoe, Tennessee clubshell and probably many other amblemine glochidia. 1991. Caddisfly larvae and fly larvae (primarily Simulium and Chironomus) made up just over half the total food consumed. [3] Nest construction begins with the river chub male creating a shallow depression 0.5-1m in diameter by removing the stones with his mouth and depositing them on the lateral margins. River Chub Scientific Name: Nocomis micropogon Taxonomy Group: Fishes COSEWIC Range: Ontario COSEWIC Assessment Date and Status Change: April 1988 COSEWIC Status: Not … Reproductive Biology and Fish Hosts of the Tennessee Clubshell, Bruenderman, SA and RJ Neves. They are intolerant of pollution, turbidity and siltation, and require a minimum pH 6.0. www.fishbase.org, version (10/2012). [11][12][13] Fresh-water mussels release small masses of microscopic larvae known as glochidia in a loose gelatinous matrix. [2] The pebble nest also provides spawning habitat for several other minnow species. Description Name Family Cyprinidae Scientific Name Nocomis micropogon Genus Nocomis Species micropogon Common Name river chub Description Catalog Number 99490 Size 16-21 mm SL Number of Specimens 10 Determiner If you’ve got the time, a great technique is to walk the river, feeding various different swims before fishing, then fishing each in turn once the chub have had time to enjoy the free offerings. http://ecos.fws.gov. [13] Nest associates and host may equally benefit from their affiliation. 2010. Learn about the restrictions and public health measures that are in … Small tubercles grow on the outer part of his first several pectoral fin rays and his body develops a pinkish-purple coloration. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55:21-30. The river chub (Nocomis micropogon) is a minnow in the family Cyprinidae. [9], The river chub presence in a stream is a good indicator of water quality. [2][14] Preference for river chub nests by nest associates may be due to a lack of spawning habitat for some species, but some require the association with pebble nest builders to reproduce. Stream Water Quality Trends Coinciding with the Return of Fish. [3] Females produce about 500-1000 ova that are probably spread among several different males’ nests. Scientific Name Author Year Common Name Leuciscidae Nocomis raneyi Lachner & Jenkins 1971 Bull Chub Nocomis raneyi Bull Chub Unique Characters: Very large, stout body. [14], The river chub lives up to 5 years, reaching sexual maturity in its second year. Scientific Name: Gila robusta Common Name: Roundtail chub BISON No. Scientific names are used to universally identify and name an organism. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Explore the scientific names of relatively well-known plants and animals. Editors. On February 17, 2015, the USFWS announced the removal of the Oregon chub, and its critical habitat, from the list of Endangered and Thre… [5] The river chub is found in clear, medium to large creeks and rivers with moderate to swift current over rock and gravel substrate, from southeast Ontario and southern New York to Michigan and Indiana, south to northwest South Carolina to northwest Alabama. SCIENTIFIC NAME: Nocomis micropogon. If, however, you are short on time, you can have a productive session without pre-baiting, just make sure you approach each swim quietly and don’t cause any disturbances prior to fishing. 1980. Egg, Larval and Juvenile Development of Longnose Dace, Lachner, EA. Common Name: Virgin River Chub Scientific Name: Gila seminuda Appearance: The Virgin River Chub is a medium-sized minnow, typically less than 5.9 in long, but can reach lengths of 9.8 in. 1952. Like many minnow species it requires flowing water over coarse substrate to reproduce so dams impact its range negatively. [citation needed], The river chub is prey for larger fish and is used as bait by fishermen seeking large game fish such as bass and catfish. Its diet consists primarily of aquatic invertebrates. The Flathead Chub is used as a bait fish in selected areas of the country (Koster 1957; Scott and Crossman 1973). 2008, Gila robusta semidnuda Cope and Yarrow, 1876, Gila robusta seminuda Cope and Yarrow, 1875. Woundfin and Virgin River chub 5-Year Review., USA: US Fish and Wildlife Service. However, it can reach 18 inches in length Froese, R and D Pauly. 1950. As its name implies, the river chub is found mainly in medium to largerivers. [6] It has been introduced into the Ottawa River system in Ontario, and may owe its presence in the Santee, Savannah and Coosa Rivers to introduction by fishermen emptying bait buckets. Weaver LR, GB Pardue, and RJ Neves. Exceptions are Illinois, where it is considered Critically Imperiled in its very limited range on the Wabash River; Alabama, where it is considered Imperiled; and in Georgia it is ranked as Vulnerable (NatureServe conservation status). NatureServe, 2006. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55.1.2:31-42. Cooper JE. [16], The eggs hatch in 5–6 days and the larvae grows to become a 19mm long juvenile in about 57 days. World Wide Web Electronic publication. Scientific name: Erimystax x-punctata A provincewide shutdown is in effect as of Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 12:01 a.m . [8] Also, dams have inundated areas that were once habitat for the river chub eliminating bits of its range. NatureServe. [2] The river chub grows to a maximum of about 33 centimetres (13 in), with males larger than females. The river chub (Nocomis micropogon) is a minnow in the family Cyprinidae. She produces 500-1000 ova, probably among several nests. Conical barbel at corner of large, slightly . 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