Perennial Warm Water Streams
SWAP General Vegetation Type
Perennial Warm Water Streams [PWWS] are natural courses of flowing water containing dissolved and suspended nutrients and other materials that normally support communities of plants and animals within the channel and the riparian vegetation zone. Water temperatures generally are too warm to support trout, but instead support species such as bass and catfish.
Species that live in Perennial Warm Water Streams
Threats and Conservation Actions
Result for: All