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24/3/2011

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central mudminnow

The central mudminnow is widely distributed in the Allegheny system and Lake Erie in western New York, in the Niagara River, along the coastal plain of Lake Upload your photos and videos | All pictures | Google image |. Image of Umbra limi ( Central mudminnow ) · Umbra limi. Picture by The Native Fish Conservancy The central mudminnow (Umbra limi) is a small fish in the family Umbridae of the order Esociformes. It is found in central and eastern North America in Central mudminnow : the "mudminnow" is a minnow-sized fish named for its habit of escaping into the soft sediments; "central" refers to its occurrence in 14 Nov 1999 Umbra limi, Central Mudminnow . A part of the Swanson party BWCA pages.
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