stenotherm


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stenotherm

[′sten·ə‚thərm]
(biology)
An organism able to tolerate only a small variation of temperature in the environment.
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limosa; a detritivore and cold water stenotherm; found only at a few sites in N.
Synonyms Amnicola greggi, Lyogyrus greggi, a lithophile and aufwuchs feeder; very cold water stenotherm; found regionally in N.
Synonyms include Fluminicola columbianus, Fhindsi(in part); see Hershler and Frest, 1996; Hershler, 1999; lithophile, aufwuchs feeder; cold water stenotherm. General distribution includes SE ID, NE UT, SW WY; locally common but quite limited number of sites; on federal watch list as F columbianus; generally in cold, stony, medium-sized to large rivers (not springs).
Could prove to be a species of Colligyrus; a detritivore and cold water stenotherm; rare in N.WA, N.
Could prove to be a species of Colligyrus; lithophile and cold water stenotherm; endemic to SE ID only, very rare; cold springs.
Lithophile and cold water stenotherm; ID endemic, found above Hells Canyon to Hagerman; Snake River and 1 Bruneau River site; very rare; federally Endangered; restricted to cold springs and spring-influenced stream sites.
Lithophile, aufwuchs feeder, cold water stenotherm endemic to the Sublett Range, at 1 site only (a cold spring).
A lithophile, aufwuchs feeder, and cold water stenotherm, endemic to the Lemhi and Beaverhead Ranges; only a few sites extant, all cold springs and spring-fed creeks.
Lithophile, aufwuchs feeder, and cold-water stenotherm, known from a single SE ID stream valley; there are only 3 sites, all cold springs.
Lithophile, aufwuchs feeder; and a cold water stenotherm, found in a single SE ID stream valley; known from 3 sites; all cold springs.
Lithophile, aufwuchs feeder, and cold-water stenotherm; limited to the Bannock Range; so far at 3 sites only, all cold springs.
Lithophile and aufwuchs feeder; cold-water stenotherm; from single SE ID valley only, at 2 sites, both cold springs.