Columbia Sculpin
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Cottus hubbsi

Habitat

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Status

Special Concern

Description

The Columbia Sculpin is a small fish that reaches a maximum 10 cm to 11 cm in length. It is a typically shaped sculpin with dark mottling on the fins, tail and body.

This species can generally be found in rocky riffle habitats in rivers and streams, but may sometimes occur in lakes as well. In BC, this Sculpin is only found in the Similkameen River.

Threats

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-Prevent riverbank and creek side erosion
-Stop pollution of water bodies

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