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Eastern Sand Darter

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jessica smith

on 17 May 2010

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Eastern Sand Darter Discription Grows Up To 2.5 Inches New York Status: Threatened Long Slinder Body Can Be Silver or Yellow Dark Spots Run Down The Side SS Spots Are Normally Green Belly Is Not Covered In Scales Diet Fly Larve Midge Hunting Technique Climate Requirements Living Habits Why Is It Endangered? Whats The Difference Between Threatend And Endangerd? hell hhhh -Threatend: Endanger of Becoming Extinct In The Future -Endangered: Endanger of Becoming Extinct -Building of Dams -Siltation Siltation Causes Loss In Oxygen Content Affects Health of Eggs Which Reduces Chances of Survival Housing Requirements Status: Endangered Population Has Been Declining Since The 20th Century -Hides Under Sand To Wear Only Its Head Is Showing - When Prey Gets Close It Ambushes It - Sand - Freshwater - Water Temp: 14.4- 24.4 C. - Independent Fish - Most Polulated In Ohio - Dosn't Eat In Decmber - Eats Little September Through November Reproduction - Deposit 22 - 829 Eggs
- Spawn Multiple Times Over A Season -Males Are Sexually Mature At -0 Years - Females Are Mature +1 Year - Live In Large or Median Rivers With Moderate Currents - Sucks Food Into Its Mouth - Likes Fairly Deep Water Current Population: Unkown - No Parental Care - Dont Live Past 3 Years - Thats About As Long As Your Index Finger - Listed Under Ontario's Endangered Species Act,2007 - Also Has A General Protection Given By The Habitat Selection Of The Fishers Act Protection -Pollution -Sand Bar Removals -Active During The Day And Night -Males And Females Are The Same Size -Males Outnumber Females (23 Males And 4 Females)
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