• Bright orange Tennessee shiners surround a stoneroller on a chub nest in the West Fork of the Pigeon River in Smoky Mountain National Park. Both species take advantage of nests built by chubs, and use them to deposit their eggs in.
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  • Bright orange Tennessee shiners surround a stoneroller on a chub nest in the West Fork of the Pigeon River in Smoky Mountain National Park.
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  • Oyster mussel with fish host. After trapping the fish, the female mussel places young mussels (glochidia) onto the gills of the fish to help distribute her young.
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  • Hellbender in Tellico River.
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  • Spawning stonerollers over a chub nest.
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  • An Eastern spiny softshell uses the sandy substrate for cover.
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  • A whitetail shiner swims in the Hiwassee river.
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  • A female chestnut lamprey removes rocks to build her nest in Citico Creek.
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  • Musk turtle peeks his head out from river vegetation.
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  • Spawning stonerollers over a chub nest.
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