Post date: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 13:03
Updated date: 4/11/14
Stonecat Noturus flavus

 

Largest of the diminuative madtoms, the stonecat can reach almost ten inches long! It's common throughout central North America, from New York to Montana and from southern Canada to Arkansas.

 

 


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