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White River spinedace
November 18, 2020

White River spinedace

White River spinedace. Photo taken Wayne E. Kirch Wildlife Management Area, Lund, NV.

White River spinedace
November 17, 2020

White River spinedace

White River spinedace. Photo taken Wayne E. Kirch Wildlife Management Area, Lund, NV.

White River desert sucker
November 17, 2020

White River desert sucker

White River desert sucker. Photo taken Wayne E. Kirch Wildlife Management Area, Lund, NV.

USGS PIT detection antenna, Flag Springs Complex, eastern Nevada
November 17, 2020

USGS passive integrated transponder (PIT) detection antenna

Passive integrated transponder detection antenna located in the Flag Springs Complex in eastern Nevada. This is the only place on earth where White River spinedace still exist.

White River spinedace
November 16, 2020

White River spinedace

White River spinedace. Photo taken Wayne E. Kirch Wildlife Management Area, Lund, NV.

Fish biologist catches adult Klamath sucker
April 15, 2019

Fish biologist catches adult suckers as part of a long-term monitoring

Fish biologist Carolyn Malecha with the Klamath Falls Field Station catches adult suckers as part of a long-term monitoring program that estimates survival and recruitment of suckers.

Juga sp. snails
October 17, 2018

Juga sp. snails

Juga sp. snails, the molluscan intermediate host for Nanophyetus salmincola, populate the bottom of a stream bed in a south Puget Sound watershed.

Flushing stomach contents from a live resident Chinook salmon
September 6, 2018

Flushing stomach contents from a live resident Chinook salmon

Flushing stomach contents from a live resident Chinook salmon for an investigation of cannibalism and predation impacts.

Gills from Lost Rver suckers with a heavy infestation of Ichthyobodo sp. (arrows)
August 22, 2018

Gills from Lost River Suckers - Heavy Infestation of Ichthyobodo sp.

Gills from Lost River suckers with a heavy infestation of Ichthyobodo sp. (arrows).  Slide is stained with hematoxylin and eosin.

Herring (top) and juvenile Chinook salmon (bottom)
August 14, 2018

Herring (top) and juvenile Chinook salmon (bottom)

Herring (top) and juvenile Chinook salmon (bottom) flushed from the stomach of a resident Chinook salmon in Puget Sound.

Photo of scientist at loading gel
July 12, 2018

Nested polymerase chain reaction (nPCR) for the detection of Rs

Nested polymerase chain reaction (nPCR) for the detection of Renibacterium salmoninarum. Agarose gel electrophoresis is used for size separation and visualization of amplified DNA sequences.

Spawning Lost River suckers
June 18, 2018

Spawning Lost River suckers

Lost River suckers congregating to spawn on Sucker Springs in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon.