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A Mobile logperch (Percina kathae) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage, near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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A speckled madtom (Noturus leptacanthus) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn, Alabama.

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A Tallapoosa shiner (Cyprinella gibbs) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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An Alabama shiner (Cyprinella callistia) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the EW Shell Center in Auburn, Alabama.

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A muscadine darter (Percina smithvanizi) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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A speckled madtom (Noturus leptacanthus) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn, Alabama.

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A speckled madtom (Noturus leptacanthus) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn, Alabama.

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A Tallapoosa shiner (Cyprinella gibbs) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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An Alabama shiner (Cyprinella callistia) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the EW Shell Center in Auburn, Alabama.

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A muscadine darter (Percina smithvanizi) from Hillabee Creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage near Alexander City, Alabama. This individual was photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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A male and female lipstick darter (Etheostoma chuckwachatte) from Hillabee creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage, near Alexander City, Alabama. The male is below and the female is above. These individuals were photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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A male and female lipstick darter (Etheostoma chuckwachatte) from Hillabee creek, Tallapoosa River Drainage, near Alexander City, Alabama. The male is above and the female is below. These individuals were photographed at the Fish Biodiversity Lab at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.

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