The mud minnow is a North American fish quite unlike the minnow. Several species of mud minnow
grow to 15 cm in length, the smallest species reaching an average length of 5 cm. This greenish-brown fish has narrow stripes and rounded snout. The mud minnow is a stocky fish and can be found
buried in the mud along the banks of streams and in dense vegetation. MORE!
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