Post date: Friday, April 11, 2014 - 13:37
Updated date: 4/11/14
Knobfin Sculpin Cottus immaculatus

 

A typical sculpin, with a large, blocky head, wide mouth and thinner body, this species lives in the rocky streams of the Ozark highlands. Spawning male knobfins develop bright blue coloration on their chin and belly.

 

 


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