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Satinfin Shiner

Image of a Satinfin Shiner

Cyprinella analostana

Satinfin Shiner inhabits mid-sized creeks. It occurs in nine watersheds. It is native in six southern watersheds. It is presumed to be non-native in the Ontario, Black and Saint Lawrence watersheds. It continues to be found throughout its historic native range but populations have declined.

Fish atlas map for the Satinfin Shiner.