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These tiny native fishes represents the largest biomass in the creek.

Rarely seen, they are cryptic and hide out under rocks.

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Piute sculpin - Photo (c) faerthen, all rights reserved, uploaded by faerthen
faerthen's ID: Piute sculpin (Cottus beldingi)
Posted by faerthen about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Piute sculpin - Photo (c) faerthen, all rights reserved, uploaded by faerthen
loarie's ID: Piute sculpin (Cottus beldingi)

I'm not familiar with Sagehen fish but there's only one sculpin on the sagehen list and its definitely a sculpin!

Posted by loarie about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Piute sculpin - Photo (c) faerthen, all rights reserved, uploaded by faerthen
faerthen's ID: Piute sculpin (Cottus beldingi)
Piute sculpin - Photo (c) faerthen, all rights reserved, uploaded by faerthen
Community ID: Piute sculpin (Cottus beldingi)
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