Selected Articles from American Currents

2012 Vol 37 No 1
Pg 2. Trawling Down the River. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 7. Build it and they will come. By Fritz Rohde
Pg 13. Observations of Flame Chub Spawning, Egg, and Larva Development. By Bob Muller
Pg 17. Observations on the Aquarium Spawning of the Xenisma Group of Killifishes in Alabama. By Joseph Scanlan
Pg 22. The Darter That Gets No Respect-The Mud Darter. By Ray Katula
2012 Vol 37 No 2
Pg 2. Status of the Hornyhead Chub Nocomis biguttatus in Minnesota. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 11. Reproductive Ecology of the Relict Population of Ironcolor Shiner Notropis chalybaeus in Headwaters of the San Marcos River Texas. By Joshuah S. Perkin, Zachary R. Shattuck, and Timothy H. Bonner
Pg 22. The Fish and Wildlife Service you Don't Know. By David Klinger
Pg 28. What in the World is a Darter Hunt. By Jenny Kruckenberg
2012 Vol 37 No 3
Pg 2. 48 hours of the serpent_Ganley. By Thomas Ganley
Pg 4. Building and Maintaining a Native Fish Pond and Stream. By Patrick T. Johnson
Pg 11. Forays into Northwestern Iowa Yield New Records of Plains Topminnow (Fundulus sciadicus) and More Data on Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus). By Konrad Schmidt and Robert Hrabik
Pg 18. Egg Mimicry Observed in Slimy Sculpin (Cottus cognatus). By Ray Katula
Pg 22. Serendipity and Lampreys. By Rudolf G. Arndt
2012 Vol 37 No 4
Pg 2. NANFA members search for Minnesota's rarest fishes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 8. Elassoma zonatum E_okejenokee and E_evergladei-habitats and comparative observations. By Jörg Bohlen and Arne Nolte
Pg 21. Breeding Fantail Darters in Captivity. By Rachel Moran
2013 Vol 38 No 1
Pg 2. Plains Topminnow - the minnow that isn't a minnow. By Chelsey Pasbrig
Pg 8. A unique Eagle Scout project. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 11. Search for the Redsdie Dace in Michigan's most polluted river. By Kristina Blott and Robert Muller
Pg 18. Flat Shoals plus 136 years. By Michael Wolfe
Pg 23. A pack of wild dogfish - aggregation by adult Amia calva. By Collin Nienhaus and Clinton Nienhaus
Pg 29. Scientfic value of keeping native fishes in Aquaria. By Lawrence M. Page
2013 Vol 38 No 2
Pg 2. King of perches-observations of captive Roanoke Logperch. By Chris Crippen
Pg 9. Logistics for public display of Roanoke Logperch. By Chris Crippen
Pg 13. Fin Anomalies in Blacknose Dace (Rhinichthys atratulus) from Southern Minnesota. By Melissa Markert
Pg 19. Minnow Trap Surveys for Deepwater (Myoxocephalus thompsonii) and Slimy (Cottus cognatus) Sculpin in Northeastern Minnesota Lakes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 23. Catching Air - Those Magnificent Jumping Suwannee Sturgeons. By Ken Sulak
2013 Vol 38 No 3
Pg 2. Biodiversity on the (Blue) Line. By Kevin Kubach
Pg 8. Gilt Darters return to New York's Allegeny River. By Doug Carlson and Doug Fischer
Pg 11. Collecting at the 57th Parallel North. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 18. The Phalen enigma - Rainbow Darters in a lake. By Ray Katula
Pg 22. Tiny fish under big skies - why minnows matter. By Tom Dickson
Pg 26. Fish phenology in an urban stream. By Konrad Schmidt
2013 Vol 38 No 4
Pg 2. Bluehead Chub, Nocomis leptocephalus (Girard 1856), the First Species of Freshwater Fish Scientifically Described from North Carolina. By Bryn H. Tracy
Pg 11. How Do You Spell Success. By Jim Bland
Pg 23. Back to the Swamp. By Dustin Smith
Pg 26. My Particular Apogee. By Matt Knepley
Pg 27. Mudfish on the Menu-Rise of the much Maligned Bowfin. By Ken Sulak
Pg 31. Blue Ridge Parkway Snorkel Camp. By Casper Cox
2014 Vol 39 No 1
Pg 2. Mummichogs Establish Beachhead in Michigan. By Bob Muller
Pg 5. Say! What a Lot of Fish There Are. By Robert Hrabik and Lance Merry
Pg 8. Noah’s Fish Ark. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 18. Tiny See-through Ghosts of the Deep and Dark Rivers. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 26. Spawning the “Green” Banded Darter. By Ray Katula
Pg 8. The Glacial Relict Fishes of South Dakota’s Sandhills. By Chelsey Pasbrig
2014 Vol 39 No 2
Pg 2. Blue Ridge Parkway Fish Survey, 2007. By Ed Scott
Pg 7. Artificial Spawning Site for Pirate Perch. By James Wetzel and J. Tyler Edwards
Pg 9. Recovery Of Oregon Chub Helps Mark The 40th Anniversary Of The Endangered Species Act. By Paul Scheerer
Pg 11. History Of Changes In The Willamette River And Effects On Oregon Chub. By Paul Scheerer
Pg 13. Observations On Spawning By Captive Sand Shiners (Notropis stramineus) From Minnesota. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 15. Bluebreast Darter Removed From Ohio’s List Of Endangered And Threatened Fishes. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 17. Spawning My Milwaukee River Spotfin Shiners, Legally!!! By Brian J. Torreano
Pg 22. Darters On The Brain: Insights And Observations Of A Redline Fanatic. By Nick Little
Pg 25. Occurrence Of Least Killifish At The Northern Limit Of Its Range In South And North Carolina. By Travis J. Nelson and Erin J. Burge
Pg 33. Corcoran Education Grant Report A Life-Size Sturgeon Educational Display For Free Interagency Loan. By Thomas E. Brooking
Pg 36. 2013 NANFA Convention Summary. By Josh Blaylock
2014 Vol 39 No 3
Pg 2. The Native Stream Fishes of Hawaii. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 9. A Life History Study Of Minnesota’s Great Northerner: The Iowa Darter. By Jay T. Hatch and James D. Johnson
Pg 17. Brood Size in a Western Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) from Wisconsin. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 18. Monitoring Feral Oriental Weatherfish Infestations in New York State. By Scott Wells
Pg 22. Sex in the Suwannee, The Secretive Love Life of Gulf Sturgeons. By Ken Sulak
Pg 25. What in the World is a Bioblitz? By Jenny Kruckenberg, Konrad Schmidt and Bryan Stefansky
2014 Vol 39 No 4
Pg 2. Oklahoma's Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) Research and Caviar Program. By Brandon Brown
Pg 6. The Illinois Redspotted Sunfish (Lepomis miniatus) Project: Not Possible Without NANFA. By Jeremy Tiemann et al.
Pg 9. Keeping and Spawning Arkansas Darters (Etheostoma cragini). By Ray Katula
Pg 14. Fishing for Aquaria. By Jon Andrews
Pg 17. The Etyfish Project, Fish Name Etymology Database. By Christopher Scharpf and Kenneth J. Lazara
Pg 21. How I Got to Where I am Today. By Robert E. Jenkins
Pg 22. History in Jars. By Emily Hilts
Pg 26. The 2014 NANFA Convention, North Carolina
2015 Vol 40 No 1
Pg 2. The Clinch Dace short stories about a short fish. By Michael Moore
Pg 5. The Blue Sucker and a Lost America: An Essay. By Corey Geving
Pg 8. Black Horse, Blue Sucker. By Olaf Nelson
Pg 11. Lake Sturgeon Egg Collection. By Kathlina Alford
Pg 14. Foray into the Wilds of Iowa Finds Northern Pearl Dace and Least Darter but Not Northern Sunfish. By John Olson
Pg 19. Hybrids, Oddities, and Variation Observed in Minnesota Fishes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 26. Dusky Darters: A North American Native Fish new to Michigan. By Robert Muller
Pg 29. Pond Culture of the Bluenose Shiner Pteronotropis welaka. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 31. Glassworms: A Live or Frozen Treat for even the Most Finicky Fish. By Konrad Schmidt
2015 Vol 40 No 2
Pg 3. Eureka, Topeka! (Shiner, That Is). By Ray Katula
Pg 8. Summary of Genetic Studis related to Notropis topeka (Topeka Shiner). By George R. Cunningham
Pg 10. Minnesota Fishes: Just How Many Species are there Anyway?. By Jay Hatch
Pg 22. TYCC puts in a Hard Day’s work on Pueblo Fish Passage Project. By Melanie Dabovich
Pg 24. O2 tabs do they Really Work?. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 26. Photography and Post-Processing Techniques for Native Fishes. By Scott Smith and Jesse Bissette
Pg 30. Blood River Bottoms Wildlife Management Area Provides Habitat for Rare Aquatic Species. By Matthew Thomas and Stephanie Brandt
2015 Vol 40 No 3
Pg 4. Spring Break 2015 NANFA Style. By Casper Cox (with help from Fritz Rohde)
Pg 15. Species in a Bucket. By Edwin Philip Pister
Pg 23. Panchax vs. Killifish: The Origin of “Panchax”. By Albert J. Klee
2015 Vol 40 No 4
Pg 3. Gar Farming. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 10. Late-Spawning Suckers of New York’s Adirondack Mountains. By Douglas Carlson, Richard Morse, and Evon Hekkala
Pg 15. One Member’s Road to Percidae Husbandry. By Ken Glackin
Pg 22. 2015 NANFA Convention in Oklahoma. By Jenny Kruckenberg
Pg 33. The NANFA 2015 Convention: An Oklahoma Perspective. By Brandon Brown
Pg 34. North Carolina Biologists Hope to Restore Rare Fish in Pee Dee River. From NC Wildlife Resources Commission
Pg 36. How I got to where I am today. By Henry W. Robison
2016 Vol 41 No 1
Pg 3. The Goodeids something new, rare, and different. By Greg Sage
Pg 7. Confounding Ciscoes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 16. Kentucky’s Threatened and Endangered Fishes Blackside Dace (Chrosomus cumberlandensis). By Douglas Michael A. Floyd, PhD
Pg 19. Some Observations on the Waccamaw Killifish (Fundulus waccamensis) with Notes on Spawning in Captivity. By Doug Stuber, with Joseph Scanlan, MD
Pg 23. The “Chrome Minnow” of North America keeping and spawning the rainbow shiner Notropis chrosomus). By Ray Katula
Pg 26. Current State of the Invasion: 50 Years of the Black Acara in Florida. By Ryan Crutchfield
Pg 30. Let the Invasion Begin. By Melvin C. Bowler
2016 Vol 41 No 2
Pg 3. From the “Ol’ South” To farther South: Killies, Mollies, Cichlids, Characins, and Knifefish in Honduras. By Dustin Smith
Pg 13. My Idea for Long-Distance Fish Transport. By Ken Glackin
Pg 16. Cases of Fish Occurrence: Minnow Mysteries. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 23. Accidental Discovery Increases Killifish Breeding Success. By Arthur J J Leuterman, Ph.D
Pg 25. Serendipity the Nothonotus wapiti Story. By Dave Etnier
Pg 27. Buck Darter Described by Friend of NANFA Tom Near and NANAFA Member Matt Thomas. By Thomas J. Near and Matthew R. Thomas
Pg 28. How I got to where I am today; Reflections the Evolution of California Department of Fish and Wildlife Programs Since 1953. By Phil Pister
2016 Vol 41 No 3
Pg 3. Suckers, Students, and Science: Studying the Sicklefin redhorse in Georgia. By Dr. Johnathan Davis
Pg 9. A Darter Festival?. By Casper Cox
Pg 17. Iowa’s Longear Sunfish Mystery Solved...Maybe. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 19. Interview: Roughfish.com founder Corey Geving. By Jenny Kruckenberg
Pg 22. An Introduction to Underwater Photography. By Bryce Gibson
Pg 26. Many Hands Make Small Work; New Stream Crossing Benefits People and Native Fishes. By Craig Springer
Pg 28. A new species of darter from Missouri: keeping and culturing the Meramec saddled darter (Etheostoma erythrozonum). By Ray Katula
2016 Vol 41 No 4
Pg 5. Iowa’s Curious Record for Lake Chub (Couesius plumbeus). By John Olson
Pg 19. BAPPING Natives. By Bryan Stefansky
Pg 23. In Search of Minnesota’s Crossover Connections. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 33. The 2016 NANFA Convention in New Hampshire. By Joshua Jarvis

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