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Brassy Minnow Ministry of Fisheries
1999
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Abstract: This small, slender fish gets its name from the gold or brassy colour of its sides. Males have a deeper colour than the females, particularly during breeding season. The back is olive-green and the belly is creamy white. A dark band is usually visible along the side of the fish. It has larger scales than most other minnows. Females tend to be larger than males. The brassy minnow is on the Blue List in B.C, so is considered to be at risk in the province. Some of the populations in central B.C. have disappeared altogether, while others live in water bodies susceptible to urban pollution and habitat problems.
 
Ministry of Fisheries. 1999. Brassy Minnow. Ministry of Fisheries. Fish Facts
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: brassy minnow, fish, threatened, endangered
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Hybognathus hankinsoni
ISBN:  English Name: Brassy Minnow
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