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Fishes of Yosemite National Park (1941, 1948) by Willis A. Evans and Orthello L. Wallis


FAMILY COTTIDAE

Sculpins

Most members of this large family live in the ocean. A few are found in fresh water where they are known by various names: miller’s-thumbs, muddlers, bullheads, or sculpins. The fresh water sculpins are broadheaded, slender bodied, more or less tadpole shaped scaleless fishes with two dorsal fins. Only one member of this family is found within the park.



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