Texas State Fish - Guadalupe Bass
Texas State Fish

Guadalupe Bass

The Guadalupe Bass, designated as the official state fish of Texas in 1989, is a small yet ecologically significant species native to the clear-flowing rivers and streams of the Edwards Plateau in central Texas. Known for its striking appearance with vibrant green and yellow colors, this bass species is not only an iconic symbol of Texas but also plays a crucial role in maintaining the health and balance of the state's aquatic ecosystems. Conservation efforts have been made to protect and restore its natural habitats, emphasizing the importance of preserving this unique and cherished aquatic species in the Lone Star State.

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