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The creek heelsplitter is found in the Canadian Interior Basin, the upper Mississippi, Ohio and St. Lawrence River systems extending from Saskatchewan to Nebraska and eastward to Vermont and Quebec. It is always found from the Hudson River system in New York.
In Michigan this species is found in creeks, headwater streams and small rivers throughout drainages in the lower and upper peninsula.
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )