Description: Brook Silverside is small fish that has a distinguishing mouth. It is a long, slender, translucent fish. The coloration is light green, occasionally olive, with a transparent body and silver lateral stripe along the sides. They have two dorsal fins positioned above a long anal fin. This species forms abundant schools that are active at the surface during the day and at night are almost motionless near shore in small groups or alone.
Habitat: Populations are usually found in slow-moving clear streams that have some aquatic vegetation.