Maryland Darter Etheostoma sellare (Radcliffe & W. W. Welsh, 1913)Extirpated  -  GH (No known extant occurrences)  -  Endangered (Federal)  -  Endangered (MD)  


The Maryland Darter is a federally endangered fish known only from the Susquehanna River drainage near the Fall Line; specifically in Swan Creek, Gasheys Run, and Deer Creek in Harford County, Maryland, USA. This species was last observed in 1988. The maximum size is 3 inches. There are at least 12 other fish that resemble the Maryland Darter including other darter species found in Maryland, plus the Northern Hogsucker and the Blue Ridge Sculpin. (Maryland DNR) (Read more here)

There are 6 records in the project database.

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