IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Biology

Inhabits lakes and quiet, vegetated, mud or sand-bottomed pools of headwaters, creeks and small to large rivers. Distinct subspecies: Gila bicolor snyderi (protected) in Owens River, California; Gila bicolor mohavensis (protected) in Mojave River, California; Gila bicolor bicolor in Klamath River system in Oregon and California; Gila bicolor obesa, a stream and spring-inhabiting form and G. b. pectinifer, a lake-inhabiting form, both in Lake Lahontan basin in Nevada.

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