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Updated Distributional Records Of Selected Kentucky Fishes, David J. Eisenhour, Matthew R. Thomas, J. Jacob Culp, Michael C. Compton, Stephanie L. Brandt, Rodney Pierce Aug 2018

Updated Distributional Records Of Selected Kentucky Fishes, David J. Eisenhour, Matthew R. Thomas, J. Jacob Culp, Michael C. Compton, Stephanie L. Brandt, Rodney Pierce

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

Distribution records for 15 fish species of conservation interest are included for Kentucky. Notropis dorsalis, previously undocumented in Kentucky, is reported for the first time (Mayfield Creek drainage). Also reported are state rediscoveries of three species thought to be extirpated from Kentucky: Ichthyomyzon gagei (Tennessee River drainage), Hemitremia flammea (Lower Cumberland and Green river drainages), and Hybopsis amnis (upper Cumberland River drainage). Unreported drainage records comprise nine species: Ichthyomyzon castaneus (Salt River drainage and Upper Green River drainage); Ichthyomyzon unicuspis (Salt River drainage and upper Big Sandy River drainage); Campostoma pullum (Tennessee River drainage); Umbra limi (Obion Creek drainage); Lepomis ...


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 49 (July 2007), Southern Fishes Council Jul 2007

Number 49 (July 2007), Southern Fishes Council

Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings

(July 2007) - Distribution and Status of Etheostoma tecumsehi, the Shawnee Darter, a Species Endemic to the Pond River, Green River Drainage, Kentucky. By Ronald R. Cicerello and Robert S. Butler

Assessment and Control of an Invasive Aquaculture Species: An Update on Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Coastal Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. By Pamela J. Schofield, W. Todd Slack, Mark S. Peterson and Denise R. Gregoire

Minutes, Business Meeting, 31st and 32nd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Fishes Council

Regional Southeastern Fishes Council Reports


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 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.