The Tennessee Logperch is found in the Duck and lower Tennessee River systems. This species was recently described in 2017 from a distinct population of Blotchside Logperch. P. burtoni. As the common name suggests, Tennessee Logperch are only found in Tennessee and they have a series of dark blotches along their sides. As with other members of the logperch group, Tennessee Logperch have a pointed snout that they use to flip over rocks for feeding on aquatic insects.
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- Near, T.J., J.W. Simmons, J.M. Mollish, M.A. Correa, E. Benavides, R.C. Harrington, and B.P. Keck. 2017. A new species of logperch endemic to Tennessee (Percidae: Etheostomatinae: Percina). Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History. 58(2):287-310.
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