pup fish

Devils Hole pupfish forage on the shallow ledge about 50 feet below the land surface in Devils Hole, where the world’s entire population of this species lives in the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Nye County, Nevada. Photographed during the peak of the spawning season when males turn a deep iridescent blue. (Photo by Olin Feuerbacher, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Ash Meadows Fish Conservation Facility
1042 E Warm Springs Rd.
Amargosa Valley, NV. 89020
(775) 372-5279
Email: olin_feuerbacher@fws.gov

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