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Northern leatherside chub (lepidomeda copei) distributional surveys and monitoring, 2006-2007
by State of Utah Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Resources, Native Aquatic Species in Salt Lake City, Utah
Written in English
|Statement||regional contributions by P. Aaron Webber ; compiled by Laura L.C. Hines.|
|Series||Publication / Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- no. 08-26|
|Contributions||Webber, P. Aaron., Hines, Laura L. C.|
|LC Classifications||SK453 .N67 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2008412376|
Northern Leatherside Chubs were also more likely to occur when temperatures were warmer, aquatic macrophytes were abundant, and stream channels were narrow and deep. The linkage between chubs, complex streamflows, and beaver dams needs to be evaluated more broadly to completely understand its role in the rangewide status of the species. Slowly, it dawned on him that he was likely looking at a northern leatherside chub. He paused, carefully reviewed the gray and bronze-tinted baitfish .
Northern leatherside chub spawned almost exclusively over the small cobble substrate (% of total young). Habitat selection was significant, but the patterns were not consistent across tanks; uncovered pool habitat was selected in two tanks and the upper riffle habitat was primarily selected in the third tank. In addition, northern. of northern leatherside chub, and these are limited to the far south-western portion of the Basin, specifically the Bear River drainage, including the mainstem and its major tributaries. A potential intro-duced population may exist in the Green River drainage. Water-.
Protected Nongame Fish including Northern Leatherside Chub and Bluehead Sucker (also known as Green Sucker) May not be harvested or possessed; All Other Fish Species includes bullfrogs and crayfish. No bag, size or possession limit. Today's featured fish is the Northern Leatherside Chub (Lepidomeda copei). Northern Leatherside Chub are endemic to the northeast portion of the Bonneville Basin and select drainages of the upper Snake River. They are typically found in streams with good habitat complexity and in .
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Leatherside chub (Gila copei) distributional surveys in Northern Utah, (Publication) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Benjamin Nadolski (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: Benjamin Nadolski. conditions for leatherside chub. Predation by nonnative fish (particularly brown trout, Salmo trutta) is an additional factor threatening northern leatherside chub (Walser et al).
Table 2. Summary of a Utah threat assessment and prioritization completed in This assessment applies to the species’ entire distribution within Utah. Introduction Northern leatherside chub is one of two taxa formerly known as leatherside chub (Gila copei and Snyderichthys copei) that was recently split into two species: Northern (Lepidomeda copei) and Southern (L.
aliciae) based upon genetic, morphological, and ecological differences (Johnson et. The northern leatherside chub inhabits desert streams of the Bonneville Basin and Snake River drainages. The elevation range is – m (– ft). The temperature range utilized by this species has been reported to be 10–23 C (50–73 F), but optimal conditions may be somewhat narrower, perhaps about 15–20 C (60–68 F).
(Northern Leatherside Chub) Fishes Native Transplant. Collection Info Point Map Species Profile Animated Map. 18 results for Lepidomeda copei (Northern Leatherside Chub) Download Data Results per page: Specimen ID State County Locality Year HUC Number Drainage name Status; AZ: lower Colorado River: (Northern Leatherside Chub) Fishes Native Transplant.
Collection Info Point Map Species Profile Animated Map. Translate this page with. Lepidomeda copei (Jordan and Gilbert, ) Common name: Northern Leatherside Chub. Synonyms and Other Names: Gila copei (Jordan and Gilbert ). Dorsal soft rays (total): 8; Anal soft rays: 8. Lepidomeda copei can be diagnosed by the following characters: leatherlike in appearance due to its small scales (lateral line scales ); Northern leatherside chub book specks on silver blue back and sides; dorsal fin with 8 rays; anal fin with 8 rays; pharyngeal teeth 1,1 to 2,2; slender; barely compressed body; large eye; terminal mouth; and rounded snout.
Northern Leatherside Chub, Leatherside Chub. Scientific Name(s): Lepidomeda copei, Snyderichthys copei. Observed in County(s) Cassia. Lincoln. View Observations. ID: TTT. Data and Apps Idaho Fish and Wildlife Information System Bringing information to bear on the management and conservation of fish, wildlife, and plants in Idaho.
] Northern Leatherside Chub Temperature Tests on mean summer temperatures observed in streams where adult northern leatherside chub exist (Belk et al. After hatching on 9 Augustage-0 L. copei were held in 18 °C well water, until 15 September, after which water temperature was lowered to °C.
Northern Leatherside Chub Thermal Tolerance Analysis – Juvenile and Adult, Summer Page 2 April Acute Thermal Tolerance Thresholds Table 2 provides a summary of the range of acute temperature tolerance values for northern leatherside chub for various lines of evidence.
These values are based upon a review of 1 paper, the details of which. The northern leatherside chub (Lepidomeda copei) is a cyprinid fish native to the Snake River, Green River, and Bonneville basins of the western United States.
Population declines prompted the development of a multistate conservation agreement and strategy, which emphasized the need to reliably delineate its current distribution and monitor its.
The northern leatherside chub (Lepidomeda copei) is a cyprinid fish native to the Snake River, Green River, and Bonneville basins of the western United tion declines prompted the development of a multistate conservation agreement and strategy, which emphasized the need to reliably delineate its current distribution and monitor its status.
This drainage is the focus of ongoing conservation of northern leatherside chub (Lepidomeda copei). Our goals were (i) to describe variation in trophic position of individual species and (ii) to determine whether these measures differed between sites with and without northern leatherside chub.
The northern leatherside chub (Lepdomeda copei) is a cyprinid fish of western North America. This is a small fish, reported at up to 15 cm (6 in) in length, but more typically half that. The tapered body is covered with very small scales over a skin with a leathery texture, inspiring the common : Actinopterygii.
Northern leatherside chub occur in small desert streams between elevations of approximately 4, and 9, feet, with low to moderate velocities. Specifically, the northern leatherside chub is native to smaller, mid-elevation desert streams in the Bear River (draining to the Great Salt Lake) and Snake River (draining to the Pacific Ocean).
Northern leatherside chub spawning studies were conducted at the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources’ Fisheries Experiment Station (FES) in Logan, Utah, in and Northern leatherside chub used in the first study were collected by electrofishing in Deadman Creek, tributary to Mill Creek in the upper section of the Bear River drainage.
The project will improve riparian conditions and habitat for Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout (Snake River cutthroat trout subspecies), northern leatherside chub, boreal toad, western pearl shell.
concluded that northern leatherside chub is not the sister taxon to southern leatherside chub, but is more closely related to Virgin spinedace (L.
mollispinis) and White River spinedace (L. albivallis) (Johnson et al. Due to this taxonomic revision and the understanding of the northern leatherside’s taxonomic uniqueness, there has been.
NOTE: The leatherside chubs in this article have been split into two species, northern leatherside chub, Lepidomeda copei, and southern leatherside chub, Lepidomeda aliciae (Johnson et al.Page et al.
Snyderichthys copei is no longer used. Doprendek22 August (UTC). Northern leatherside chub Lepidomeda copei (hereafter northern leatherside) is a cyprinid native to the Snake and Bear River Basins of Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah, and it is believed to have declined in distribution relative to historical records.
To address information gaps in the species' ecology and assess its status in the state, the. The northern leatherside chub (Lepidomeda copei) is a cyprinid fish native to the Snake River, Green River, and Bonneville basins of the western United States.
Population declines prompted the development of a multistate conservation agreement and strategy, which emphasized the need to reliably delineate its current distribution and monitor its status.The northern leatherside chub was included in this list of species.
We published the results of our review of the petition, also called a day finding, on Augindicating that the petition presented substantial information that listing of the northern leatherside chub may be warranted.Abstract.
We report the isolation and characterization of eight microsatellite markers in a rare desert cyprinid fish, the leatherside chub. This taxon has recently been divided into two species (Lepidomeda aliciae and Lepidomeda copei) based on genetic, ecological and morphological data, and we explore the utility of these microsatellite loci in both species.