|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Percidae||Percina squamata||(Gilbert and Swain)||1887||Olive Darter|
Unique Characteristics: Belly and interpelvic area with 1 or more highly modified (enlarged, often strong-spined) modified scales. Gill membranes broadly joined, 80-90°. Snout pointed. Breast well scaled, at least laterally and posteriorly, scales small and embedded. Restricted to Tennessee River drainage basins, except for the Watauga basin.
Similar Species: None