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    Cumberland Gap

    National Historical Park KY,TN,VA

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Fish Known to Occur in

Cumberland GapNational Historical Park

Family Petromyzontidae

Lampetra aepyptera (Least Brook Lamprey)

Family Salmonidae

Salvelinus fotinalis(Brook Trout)

Family Cyprinidae

Campostoma anomalum(Central Stoneroller)

Cyprinella galactura(Whitetail Shiner)

Cyprinus carpio(Common Carp)

Luxilus chrysocephalus(Striped Shiner)

Notropis buccatus(Silverjaw Minnow)

Phoxinus cumberlandensis(Blackside Dace)

Phoxinus erythrogaster(Southern Redbelly Dace)

Pimephales notatus(Bluntnose Minnow)

Rhinichthys atratulus(Blacknose Dace)

Semotilus atromaculatus(Creek Chub)

Family Catostomidae

Catostomus commersonii (White Sucker)

Hypentelium nigricans(Northern Hog Sucker)

Family Atherinopsidae

Labidesthes sicculus (Brook Silverside)

Family Centrarchidae

Ambloplites rupestris (Rock Bass)

Lepomis gulosus(Warmouth)

Lepomis macrochirus(Bluegill)

Lepomis megalotis(Longear Sunfish)

Micropterus punctulatus(Spotted Bass)

Micropterus salmoides(Largemouth Bass)

Family Percidae

Etheostoma caeruleum (Rainbow Darter)

Etheostoma flabellare(Fantail Darter)

Etheostoma kennicotti(Stripetail Darter)

Etheostoma sagitta sagitta(Arrow Darter)

Perca flavescens(Yellow Perch)

Family Cottidae

Cottus carolinae(Banded Sculpin)

Taxonomic nomenclature from http://www.natureserve.org/explorer/

Did You Know?

Fire Pink, a bright red appalachian wildflower.

Although Cumberland Gap is designated a national historical park, 14,000 of its 24,000 acres have been proposed, and are managed, as wilderness.