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Alvord chub

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  1. Gila alvordensis is a rare cyprinid fish endemic to the Alvord basin in southeastern Oregon and northwestern Nevada, USA, known only from a few springs, streams, and marshes in the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, and one location elsewhere

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  2. a small fish, with adults ranging up to 14 cm in length, but with many half that size

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  3. generally grayish-whitish, darker on the back than below, and with a faint band passing down the sides

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  4. The dorsal fin has 7 rays, the anal fin 8 rays, and the tail 19 rays

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  5. Studies of the fish's diet shows it is an opportunistic feeder, consuming a variety of aquatic invertebrates, with a considerable percentage of midge larvae

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