Threatened fishes of the world: Phoxinus cumberlandensis Starnes & Starnes, 1978 (Cyprinidae)

@article{Eisenhour2004ThreatenedFO,
  title={Threatened fishes of the world: Phoxinus cumberlandensis Starnes \& Starnes, 1978 (Cyprinidae)},
  author={David J. Eisenhour and Rex Meade Strange},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={140}
}
Common name: Blackside dace (E). Conservation status: This species is listed as Federally Threatened (Biggins 1987), considered endangered in Tennessee, and listed as Endangered in Kentucky. Identification: One of six North American species of the genus Phoxinus, distinguished by the presence of a single wide black lateral stripe; black specks on the dorsum; nuptial males with a brilliant red belly and rows of comb like tubercles on the breast; intestine long and moderately looped; scales tiny… 
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