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Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

Conasauga river

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Number 51 (December 2009), Southern Fishes Council Dec 2009

Number 51 (December 2009), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 2009) - Post-impoundment Changes in the Cyprinid Fauna of the Lower Sabine River, Louisiana and Texas By Royal D. Suttkus and Maurice F. Mettee

The Desperate Dozen: Southeastern Freshwater Fishes on the Brink. By Bernard R. Kuhajda, Anna L. George, and James D. Williams

Prioritizing Areas of the Conasauga River Sub-basin in Georgia and Tennessee for Preservation and Restoration. By Seth J. Wenger, Megan M. Hagler, and Byron J. Freeman.

State Southeastern Fishes Council State Reports

Minutes, Business Meeting, 34th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

2008 Treasurer's Report for the Southeastern Fishes Council


Number 44 (November 2002), Southern Fishes Council Nov 2002

Number 44 (November 2002), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(November 2002) - Seasonal, diel and spawning habitat of the rare muscadine darter (Percina sp.) in the Conasauga River, Georgia. By Carol E. Johnston, Kevin J. Kleiner, and Steven J. Herrington

The rediscovery of the Mississippi silverside, Menidia audens, in the Pearl River draninage in Mississippi and Louisiana. By Royal D. Suttkus and Bruce A. Thompson

News and Notes


Number 35 (August 1997), Southern Fishes Council Aug 1997

Number 35 (August 1997), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(August 1997) - Observational notes on the spawning behavior of the blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) and the holiday darter (Etheostoma brevirostrum), two rare fishes of the Conasauga River, Georgia and Tennessee. By Carol E. Johnston and J.R. Shute

Fish species composition and associations in a section of Morganfork Creek, southwestern Mississippi. By Mark D. Farr

Minutes, Business Meeting, 22nd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports