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Bluntnose Minnow

Pimephales notatus Bluntnose Minnow Distribution black dots = sampling sites; red blocks = species present

Bluegill

Lepomis macochrius Bluegill Distribution black dots = sampling sites; red blocks = species present

Black bullhead

Ameiurus melas Black bullhead Distribution black dots = sampling sites; red blocks = species present

Bowfin

Amia calva The bowfin is the only member of an ancient line of fish that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. Found in vegetated...
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Blacknose Dace

Rhinichthys obtusus Blacknose Dace Distribution black dots = sampling sites; red blocks = species present

Bullfrog

The state’s largest frog, the bullfrog, can grow up to 8 in. long and live up to 10 years. These frogs are not very common...
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Green Frog

Green frogs are one of Michigan’s largest species, growing up to 6 in. long. They are widespread around the state where there are permanent ponds...
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Eastern Gray Treefrog

There are two species of tree frogs in southeast Michigan; eastern gray tree frogs and Cope’s gray tree frogs. Visually there is no way to...
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American Toad

The American toad is abundant all over the state and is the most commonly heard frog or toad species in the Rouge River Watershed. The...
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