This stickleback is an active fish that forms schools Three-spined stickleback range
This widespread species is found throughout Britain and continental Europe from the Iberian Peninsula, the Black Sea and Italy in the south, reaching as far north as Iceland, Norway and the White Sea in Russia Three-spined stickleback habitat
Both marine and freshwater forms of this fish are known Three-spined stickleback status
Common and widespread in Britain Three-spined stickleback threats
This species is not fish
Conservation action has not been targeted at this common species.
This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be fish
- Dorsal fin
- The unpaired fin found on the back of the body of fish, or the raised structure on the back of most cetaceans.
- Aquatic organisms that drift with water movements; may be either phytoplankton (plants), or zooplankton (animals).