Cottus greenei, a potentially threatened species endemic to Idaho, was collected from 49 localities in 25 springs/streams in south central Idaho. Most localities were along the north bank of the Snake River in waters of the Thousand Springs formation, Gooding County. One population was found in a spring in the main Snake River. Another sculpin, Cottus bairdi, was collected with C. greenei at 23 locations in 16 springs/streams. Confusion concerning the type locality of Cottus greenei is discussed.>
Wallace, Richard L.; Griffith, J. S. Jr.; Daley, D. M.; Connolly, Patrick J.; and Beckham, G. B.
"Distribution of the Shoshone scuplin (Cottus greenei: Cottidae) in the Hagerman Valley of south central Idaho,"
Great Basin Naturalist: Vol. 44:
2, Article 15.
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