Skip to main content
USGS - science for a changing world

Culture of Roundtail Chub, Gila robusta robusta (Cyprinidae), through the Larval Period

Citation

Muth, Robert T, Haynes, Charles M, and Carlson, Clarence A, Culture of Roundtail Chub, Gila robusta robusta (Cyprinidae), through the Larval Period: .

Summary

The cyprinid genus Gila includes three historically sympatric species endemic to the Colorado River Drainage, i.e., G. robusta (roundtail chub), G. cypha (humpback chub) and G. elegans (bonytail). Roundtail chub are locally common and widely distributed throughout the Colorado River System, whereas humpback chub and bonytail are presently rare and have extremely restricted distributions (Behnke and Benson, Coop. Ext. Serv. Bull. 503A, Colorado State Univ., 1983; Lee et al., Atlas of North American freshwater fishes, North Carolina State Mus. Nat. Hist., Raleigh, 1980; Tyus et al., pp. 12-70 in Fishes of the Upper Colorado River System: present and future [W. H. Miller, H. M. Tyus, and C. A. Carlson, eds.], Am. Fish. Soc., Bethesda, [...]

Contacts

Communities

  • Upper Colorado River Basin

Tags

Provenance

From Source - Mendeley RIS Export <br> On - Wed Sep 19 08:12:57 MDT 2012

Additional Information

Identifiers

Type Scheme Key
Title Citation Culture of Roundtail Chub, Gila robusta robusta (Cyprinidae), through the Larval Period

Citation Extension

noteNotes
tableOfContentsTable of Contents
citationTypeMendeley

Item Actions

View Item as ...

Save Item as ...

View Item...