|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Leuciscidae||Notropis scabriceps||(Cope)||1868||New River Shiner|
Unique Characters: Broad snout. Large, upwardly directed eye. Slightly subterminal mouth. Eight anal fin rays. Anterior lateral line scale vertically elongated, height about 2 times the width. Tubercles well developed on snout and lower cheek. Restricted to New basin.
Mimic Shiner Notropis volucellus. Anterior lateral scale height about 3 times the width. Eye usually directed to the side. Neuromasts, tiny pit-like sensory structures, well developed on the head. Tubercles absent or poorly developed.