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Brook Stickleback-Mad River Drainage, Ohio  Culaea inconstans Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Brook Stickleback-Mad River Drainage, Ohio

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  1. Wonderful, Zach! Posted 7 months ago

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The brook stickleback is a small freshwater fish that is distributed across the US and Canada. It grows to a length of about 2 inches. It occupies the northern part of the eastern United States, as well as the southern half of Canada. Small populations are scattered throughout the Mississippi-Great Lakes basin extending to Colorado, New Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, etc., though some of these areas are not native to the species. This small fish inhabits clear, cool streams and lakes. They eat small.. more

Similar species: Sticklebacks And Allies
Species identified by Zach Alley
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By Zach Alley

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Uploaded Apr 26, 2019. Captured Apr 3, 2019 09:54.
  • Canon EOS REBEL T5
  • f/8.0
  • 1/200s
  • ISO100
  • 60mm