Logperch (Percina caprodes)


The Logperch is widespread across central and northeastern North America in the Mississippi River, St Lawrence-Great Lakes, and Hudson Bay drainages, including the Tennessee and Cumberland river drainages. They live over gravel and sandy substrate in a wide variety of habitats. As with other members of the logperch group, Logperches have a pointed snout that they use to flip over rocks for feeding.

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