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Class: Actinopteri
Order: Cypriniformes
Family: Leuciscidae Minnows
Subfamily: Pogonichthyinae
Genus: Dionda

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6 species
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North America
Max. Length 7.6 cm SL
Dionda argentosa Girard, 1856

Photo by Photo by Shattuck, Z.R.
 
Dionda argentosa
[Manantial roundnose minnow]



North America
Max. Length 6.4 cm TL
Dionda diaboli Hubbs & Brown, 1957

Photo by Photo by Sneegas, G.W.
 
Dionda diaboli
[Devils River minnow]



North America
Max. Length 7.7 cm TL
Dionda episcopa Girard, 1856

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Dionda episcopa
[Roundnose minnow]



North America

Dionda melanops Girard, 1856

Photo by Photo by Artigas Azas, J.M.
 
Dionda melanops
[Spotted minnow]



North America
Max. Length 9 cm TL
Dionda nigrotaeniata (Cope, 1880)

Photo by Photo by Thomas, C.
 
Dionda nigrotaeniata
[Guadalupe roundnose minnow]



North America
Max. Length 7.7 cm TL
Dionda serena Girard, 1856

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Dionda serena
[Nueces roundnose minnow]



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Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm) Year
Dionda argentosa Manantial roundnose minnow North America 7.6 SL 1856
Dionda diaboli Devils River minnow North America 6.4 TL 1957
Dionda episcopa Roundnose minnow North America 7.7 TL 1856
Dionda melanops Spotted minnow North America 1856
Dionda nigrotaeniata Guadalupe roundnose minnow North America 9 TL 1880
Dionda serena Nueces roundnose minnow North America 7.7 TL 1856



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