Class - Fish


Characteristics: fish are covered with scales and have fins attached to help them move through the water. Fish breathe using gills which take oxygen out of the water. When male and female fish mate, the eggs often meet the sperm in the water. This is called external fertilization.

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Common Name
Common Name
Common Name
Common Name


Golden Shiner
White Perch
Largemouth Bass
Johnny Darter
Mimic Shiner
Yellow Perch
Rock Bass
Tessellated Darter
Rosyface Shiner
Chain Pickerel
Smallmouth Bass
Freshwater Drum
Sand Shiner
Grass Pickerel
Bluegill
American Eel
Spotfin Shiner
Redfin Pickerel
Bowfin
Fallfish
Spottail Shiner
Northern Pike
Brown Bullhead
Longnose Gar
Brook Silverside
Pumpkinseed
Yellow Bullhead
Goldfish
Rainbow Smelt
Quillback
Burbot
Blueback Herring
Brook Stickleback
Greater Redhorse
Common Carp
Banded Killifish
Stonecat
Shorthead Redhorse
Channel Catfish
American Brook Lamprey
Lake Sturgeon
Silver Redhorse
Creek Chub
Northern Brook Lamprey
Longnose Sucker
Rudd
Lake Chub
Sea Lamprey
Northern Hog Sucker
Atlantic Salmon
Cisco
Silver Lamprey
White Sucker
Sauger
Black Crappie
Logperch
Tench
Mottled Sculpin
White Crappie
Bluntnose Minnow
Brook Trout
Slimy Sculpin
Blacknose Dace
Brassy Minnow
Brown Trout
Gizzard Shad
Finescale Dace
Cutlips Minnow
Lake Trout
Blackchin Shiner
Longnose Dace
Fathead Minnow
Rainbow Trout
Blacknose Shiner
Northern Redbelly Dace
Eastern Silvery Minnow
Trout-Perch
Bridle Shiner
Pearl Dace
Mooneye
Walleye
Common Shiner
Channel Darter
Central Mudminnow
Lake Whitefish
Emerald Shiner
Eastern Sand Darter
Muskellunge
Round Whitefish