Mature flathead chubs (Hybopsis gracilis) were present in mid-July and mid-August collections from the Musselshell River, Montana. The estimated numbers of mature eggs present in eight females were 360–753 per female. The smallest mature female and male collected were 113 and 123 mm in total length, respectively. The male to female sex ratio in collections was about 1:1. Only small differences were detected among the length–weight relationships of males and females and samples taken from various seasons and localities in Montana. Observations on size groups, fish associates, and habitat characteristics of flathead chubs are presented.
"Aspects of the biology of the flathead chub (Hybopsis gracilis) in Montana,"
Great Basin Naturalist: Vol. 45
, Article 16.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/gbn/vol45/iss2/16