Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office
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Olympic mudminnow


Olympic Mudminnow Workshop - October 17, 2012

Conservation of Washington's Only Endemic Fish




  • Share science on Olympic mudminnow, a native fish that only lives in western Washington.  
  • Establish a partnership coalition capable of developing and implementing a conservation strategy for Olympic mudminnow and their habitat.


An Introduction to Olympic Mudminnow (pdf) (1.41M) Molly Hallock, WDFW
The Olympic Mudminnow - A Historic Overview (pdf) (1.14M) F. Teal Waterstrat, USFWS.
Habitat Suitability and Preferences of the Olympic Mudminnow, Novumbra hubbsi (pdf) (4.6M) John Meldrim, Ph.D.
Diet of Olympic Mudminnow - Spatial and Temporal Variation (pdf) (6.32M) Andi Kopit, USFWS
Mapping Olympic Mudminnow Habitat - Implications for Habitat Management (pdf) (2.59M) Jamie Glasgow, Wild Fish Conservancy
Analysis of Genetic Variation in Populations of Olympic Mudminnow (pdf) (2.76M) Pat DeHaan, USFWS
Olympic Mudminnow Regulatory Issues (pdf) (4.25M) Steve Kalinowski, WDFW
Facilitated Discussion on Establishment of a Conservation Coalition (pdf) Doug Zimmer and Taylor Goforth
Olympic Mudminnow Bibliography  



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