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Number 53 (December 2011), Southern Fishes Council Dec 2011

Number 53 (December 2011), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 2011) - Population Status and Environmental Associations of the Rare Striated Darter, Etheostoma striatulum. By Andrew C. Abernathy and Hayden T. Mattingly

Conservation Status of the Longhead Darter, Percina macrocephala, in Kinniconick Creek, Kentucky. By David A. Eisenhour, Audrey M. Richter and Joshua M. Shiering

First Observation of a Natural Hybrid Between Endangered Roanoke Logperch (Percina rex) and Chainback Darter (Percina navisense). By James H. Roberts

Minutes, Business Meeting, 36th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

2010 Treasurer's Report for the Southeastern Fishes Council


Number 52 (December 2010), Southern Fishes Council Dec 2010

Number 52 (December 2010), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 2010) - Comparative Conservation Genetics of Two Endangered Darters, Percina rex and Percina jenkinsi By Anna L. George, David Neely, and Richard Mayden

Invasion of Gulf Menhaden in the Alabama River By T. Heath Haley, R. Kyle Bolton, and Carol E. Johnston

Southeastern Fishes Council State Reports

Minutes, Business Meeting, 35th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

2009 Treasurer's Report for the Southeastern Fishes Council


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 50 (October 2008), Southern Fishes Council Oct 2008

Number 50 (October 2008), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(October 2008) - Use of Visible Implant Fluorescent Elastomer (VIE) Tag Technique on Darters (Teleostei: Percidae): Mortality and Tag Retention. By Joyce A. Coombs and J. Larry Wilson

Diversity and Distribution of Native Freshwater Mussels in Bayou Bartholomew, Arkansas. By Jeff A. Brooks, Russell L. Minton, Steven G. George, David M. Hayes, Ronnie Ulmer, and Frank Pezold

A Note on Three Collections of Cyprinodontid Fishes Housed in the British Museum of Natural History, Including Syntypes and Historically Important Specimens. By Royal D. Suttkus and James D. Williams

Minutes, Business Meeting, 33rd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


Number 48 (July 2005), Southern Fishes Council Jul 2005

Number 48 (July 2005), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(July 2005) - An analysis of the Menidia complex in the Mississippi River Valley and in two nearby minor drainages. By Royal D. Suttkus, Bruce A. Thompson, and Jason K. Blackburn

Minutes, Business Meeting, 30th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


Number 46 (December 2003), Southern Fishes Council Dec 2003

Number 46 (December 2003), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 2003) - Fish survey and bioassessment of Station Camp Creek in the Upper Kentucky River Drainage. By Jeffery M. Ray and Patrick A. Ceas

Minutes, Business Meeting, 29th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council


Number 45 (April 2003), Southern Fishes Council Apr 2003

Number 45 (April 2003), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(April 2003) - An Annotated List of Fishes Known from the Dan River in Virginia and North Carolina (Blue Ridge/Piedmont Provinces). By Fred C. Rohde, Rudolf G. Arndt, David J. Coughlan, and Scott M. Smith

Minutes, Business Meeting, 28th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


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 43 (February 2002), Southern Fishes Council Feb 2002

Number 43 (February 2002), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(February 2002) - Louisiana's inland fisheries: a quarter century of change. By Neil H. Douglas and Robyn J. Jordan

Minutes, Business Meeting, 27th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports

Book Review: Dangerous Wildlife in the Southeast: A Guide to Safe Encounters at Home and in the Wild, by Lynn F. Bachleda, as reviewed by Martin O'Connell


Number 42 (July 2001), Southern Fishes Council Jul 2001

Number 42 (July 2001), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(July 2001) - Longitudinal succession of fishes in the Dan River in Virginia and North Carolina (Blue Ridge/Piedmont Provinces). By Fred C. Rohde, Rudolf G. Arndt and Scott M. Smith

Minutes, Business Meeting, 26th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


Number 40 (May 2000), Southern Fishes Council May 2000

Number 40 (May 2000), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(May 2000) - Survey of fishes in the southern tributaries of the South Bend of the Tennessee River with notes on Wheeler, Wilson, and Pickwick Reservoirs. By E.B. Dale Jones III

William Bartram's early observation of a nest association between cyprinid fishes. By Philip A. Cochran.


Number 38 (March 1999), Southern Fishes Council Mar 1999

Number 38 (March 1999), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(March 1999) - Retention of passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags for individual identification of warmwater stream fishes. By Carol E. Johnston and Elizabeth B. Smithson

Laboratory observations of spawning behavior in two species of snubnose darters, Etheostoma colorosum and E. tallapoosae. By Carol E. Johnston, Nathan A. Farnau, Henry L. Bart and Amanda K. Howard

Minutes, Business Meeting, 24th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports News Notes


Number 36 (March 1998), Southern Fishes Council Mar 1998

Number 36 (March 1998), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(March 1998) - Distribution and habitat affinities of the blackmouth shiner (Notropis melanostomus) in Mississippi, including eight newly discovered localities in the Upper Pascagoula River Drainage. By Martin T. O'Connell, Stephen T. Ross, John A. Ewing III and William T. Slack

The bluebarred pygmy sunfish (Elassoma okatie) in Georgia. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover, Steven G. George and Neil H. Douglas

Minutes, Business Meeting, 23rd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


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


Number 34 (December 1996), Southern Fishes Council Dec 1996

Number 34 (December 1996), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 1996) - The Fishes of the Little River Drainage in Alabama. By Terri L. Ballard and J. Malcolm Pierson, 6pp., plus News Notes.


Number 32 (December 1995), Southern Fishes Council Dec 1995

Number 32 (December 1995), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 1995) - Status of the Southern Redbelly Dace, Phoxinus erythrogaster, in Hatcher Bayou and Streams of the Yazoo Drainage, Mississippi. By William T. Slack, Martin T. O'Connell, Tanya L. Peterson, John A. Ewing, III, and Stephen T. Ross

Constitution of the Southeastern Fishes Council (Revision, 20 April 1995)

Contents of PROCEEDINGS


Number 31 (April 1995), Southern Fishes Council Apr 1995

Number 31 (April 1995), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(April 1995) - Nocturnal Reproductive Behavior in Semotilus atromaculatus (Pisces, Cyprinidae). By E.G. Maurakis, et al., 3 pp.

Techniques of Videotaping Fishes From Above the Surface of the Water. By E.G. Maurakis and W.S. Woolcott, 3 pp.

The Effect of Preservation on Urogenital Papilla Length in the Least Brook Lamprey Lampetra aepyptera. By P.A. Cochran and M.E. Sneen, 3 pp.

Museum Notes by H.L. Bart and M.S. Taylor; Regional Reports.


Number 29 (March 1994), Southern Fishes Council Mar 1994

Number 29 (March 1994), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(March 1994) - History of the Southeastern Fishes Council, 1975-1993. By D.G. Cloutman, 5 pp.

Our Southeastern Fishes--What have We Lost and What Are We Likely to Lose. By D.A. Etnier, 5 pp.

Constitution of the Southeastern Fishes Council, with Amendments (1976-1977).

Corrections and Emendations to "Provenance and disposition of fish specimens appearing in color plates of Kuhene and Barbour's book, The American Darters." By C.R. Gilbert and S.J. Walsh, 1 pp.


Number 26 (December 1992), Southern Fishes Council Dec 1992

Number 26 (December 1992), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 1992) - Fishes of Okatoma Creek, a Free-flowing Stream in South-Central Mississippi. By S.T. Ross et al., 9 pp.

Reidentification of William Bartram's Savannah River Ambloplites, with Early Evidence for a Tennessee-Savannah Faunal Exchange. By R.C. Cashner, et al., 4 pp.


Number 24 (November 1991), Southern Fishes Council Nov 1991

Number 24 (November 1991), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(November 1991) - Fishes of the Sucarnoochee River System Alabama and Mississippi. By W.D. Hubbard, et al., 11 pp.

Provenance and Disposition of Fish Specimens Appearing in Color Plates of Kuehne and A. Barbour's Book, The American Darters. By C.R. Gilbert and S.J. Walsh, 8 pp. Museum Notes by E.G. Maurakis, 1 pp.


Number 22 (October 1990), Southern Fishes Council Oct 1991

Number 22 (October 1990), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(October 1990) - Fishes of Springs and Spring-fed creeks of Calhoun County Alabama. By D.R. Sizemore and W.M. Howell, 6 pp.

Pebble-nests of Four Semotilus Species. By W.F. Maurakis, et al., 7 pp.

Evidence for a Genetically Unique Walleye Population in the Upper Tombigbee River System of Northeastern Mississippi. By B.R. Murphy, 3 pp.


Number 21 (February 1990), Southern Fishes Council Feb 1990

Number 21 (February 1990), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(February 1990) - Aspects of the Life History of the Blue Shiner, Notropis caeruleus, in the Consauga River, Georgia. By R.S. Krotzer, 2 pp.

Decline of the Alabama Shad, Alosa alabamae in the Pearl River, Louisiana-Mississippi: 1963-1988. By G.E. Gunning and R.D. Suttkus, 2 pp.

Mating Behaviors of the Blacktail Shiner, Cyprinella venusta, from Southeastern Mississippi. By D.C. Heins, 3 pp., plus News Notes.


Number 20 (August 1989), Southern Fishes Council Aug 1989

Number 20 (August 1989), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(August 1989) - Distribution and Conservation Status of the Northern Studfish, Fundulus catenatus, in Indiana. By J.E. Thomerson and L.N. Smith, 6pp.

New Records and Comments on the Distribution of Blair's Starhead Topminnow, Fundulus blairae (Fundulidae). By M.G. Warren and P.E. Denette, 3 pp.

The Chestnut Lamprey, Ichthyomyzon castaneus Girard, in the Mobile Basin. By R.L. Mayden, et al., 3 pp.

Diet of Juvenile Bowfm, Amia calva Linnaeus, in the Sipsey River, Alabama. By K.S. Frazer et al., 3 pp.


Number 19 (July 1989), Southern Fishes Council Jun 1989

Number 19 (July 1989), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(July 1989) - Atlas of Fishes of the Upper Tombigbee River Drainage, Alabama-Mississippi. By H.T. Boschung, 104 pp.


Number 18 (December 1988), Southern Fishes Council Dec 1988

Number 18 (December 1988), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 1988) - Pit-Ridge Nest Construction and Spawning Behavior of Semotilus lumbee and Semotilus thoreauianus. By W.S. Wollcott and E.G. Maurakis, 2 pp.

A Need for Clarification of the Concept of Nest Building Among Cyprinid Minnows. By W.S. Wollcott and E.G. Maurakis, 1 p. plus Curatorial Notes and News Notes.


Number 17 (December 1987), Southern Fishes Council Dec 1987

Number 17 (December 1987), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(December 1987) - Morphometric and Meristic Characteristics of a Peripheral Population of Enneacanthus. By M.S. Peterson and S.T. Ross, 4 pp.

Ecology of the Muscadine Darter, Percina sp. of. P. macrocephala, in the Tallapoosa River, Alabama, with Comments on Related Species. By W. Wieland and J.S. Ramsey, 7 pp. plus News Notes.


Number 15 (August 1984), Southern Fishes Council Aug 1984

Number 15 (August 1984), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

A Report on the Fishes of Bull Mountain Creek, with Comments on the Status of Rare Species. By M. Pierson and C.A. Schultz, 3 pp.

Fishes of the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River, Kentucky. By B.A. Branson and D.L. Batch, 7 pp.

A Survey of Fish Communities of Streams in Coal Surface Mining Areas of the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee. By C.J. O'Bara and R.D. Estes, 4 pp.

Recent Collections of Fishes from the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River System, Tennessee and Kentucky. By C.J. O'Bara and R.D. Estes ...


Number 14 (March 1983), Southern Fishes Council Mar 1983

Number 14 (March 1983), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

Fishes of the South Fork of the Kentucky River with Notes and Records from Other Parts of the Drainage. By B.A. Branson and D.L. Batch, 16 pp.


Number 13 (October 1982), Southern Fishes Council Oct 1982

Number 13 (October 1982), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

Initial Changes in Fish Species Composition in Two Lakes of the Tennessee - Tombigbee Waterway, Alabama-Mississippi. By T.J. Timmons, 4 pp.


Number 12 (May 1982), Southern Fishes Council May 1982

Number 12 (May 1982), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

New Records, Distribution and Status of Ten Rare Fishes in the Tradewater and Lower Green River, Kentucky. By M.L. Warren and R.R. Cicerello, 8 pp.