Scientific Name: Notropis shumardi
SPECIES CLASS: Fishes
T 1987; SINC 2015
Richard T. Bryant
The Silverband Shiner is a small (2-2 3/4 inches) minnow with a high sharply pointed dorsal fin located directly above the pelvic fins. Its color is pale green with a narrow silvery lateral stripe.
Silverband Shiners are restricted to the Missouri River in Kansas. It prefers moderately deep, flowing water along sand or gravel bars.
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DESIGNATED CRITICAL HABITATS
The following counties contain critical habitat for SILVERBAND SHINER:
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