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Blacknose - Blacknose dace are small, swift fish with small scales and barbels in the corners of its mouth and a broad frenum that most often live in headwater streams.
Rosyside - Restricted to the Tennessee River tributaries in Alabama, breeding rosyside dace are quite colorful, with both sexes ranging from olive to light brown or golden yellow; it is the breeding males that develop a wide rose red streak extending from the gill covers to the caudal fin.
Southern Redbelly - Found in small upland springs and streams with little silt from the Tennessee River drainage north, the southern redbelly dace is one of Alabama's most beautiful minnows whose body is covered with tiny scales.

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