Another little creek in the Upper Savannah watershed. Video and some still-frames, but no specimen tank. Upping my videography game from "Dunk Phone Into Water," this time I'm using an Olympus TG-5 on a stick!
I see there are several of what look like the yellowfin shiners from last time, swimming out in the open. Up against the rocks, it looks like there's a different minnow species hanging out. The dark stripe is less distinct and there doesn't seem to be much of a counter-shading light bar above it, unlike with the shiners. Some sort of young chub, maybe?
Some stills from the original source, to avoid YouTube compression. The mystery minnows are the pair on the right, next to the rock. Got a profile and snout in one shot and a nice flick of the caudal fin in the next. Not embedding for dimension and filesize reasons:
And another capture with more of the fish out in the open:
(I'm using external hosting for now, but is it preferred etiquette to upload the images as attachments?)