|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Leuciscidae||Pteronotropis cummingsae||(Myers)||1925||Dusky Shiner|
Unique Characters: Broad black lateral stripe that extends down to below the lateral line and ends in a streak in the caudal fin. Usually 10-12 anal fin rays. Light zone above lateral stripe: usually slightly obscured anteriorly behind head by dark pigment edging of scales. Black pigment usually present along anal fin base. Snout with much pigment from medium pigment to heavily pigmented, almost black.
Highfin Shiner Hudsonius altipinnis. Boldly outlined scales on strongly arched back and a light, often orangish stripe above a diffuse black lateral stripe that extends slightly into the caudal fin. The black lateral stripe does not extend below the lateral line. Light zone above lateral stripe: usually continuous to head. Little to no pigment along anal fin base.
Ironcolor Shiner Alburnops chalybaeus. Well-defined black lateral stripe from spot on caudal fin base to around the snout covering both lips and chin. Stripe does not extend into caudal fin. Black pigment on roof of mouth. Usually 8 anal fin rays.