Quillback



[kwil-bak] /ˈkwɪlˌbæk/

noun, plural quillbacks (especially collectively) quillback.
1.
a carpsucker, Carpiodes cyprinus, inhabiting waters in the central and eastern U.S., having one ray of the dorsal fin greatly elongated.

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