NANFA-- Current fish literature

Denkhaus, Robert (DenkhaR_at_Ci.Fort-Worth.TX.US)
Mon, 19 Mar 2001 11:39:08 -0600

I just received the newest issue of The Southwestern Naturalist (Vol 46, No.
1, March 2001) and noted several native fish articles that I thought were
worth making known to the list. I have included the email address of the
corresponding author so that you can (probably) request a reprint of the

Bulger, A.G. ( and D.R. Edds. Population structure and
habitat use in Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus). Pages 8-15.

Stephens, M.J. ( and D.A. Hendricksen. Larval development of
the Cuatro Cienegas cichlid, Cihlasoma minckleyi. Pages 16-22.

Gido, K.B. ( Feeding ecology of three omnivorous fishes in Lake
Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas). Pages 23-33.

Bundy, J.M. ( and K.R. bestgen. Confirmation of
daily increment deposition in otoliths of young razorback suckers. pages

Guzman, A.F., H.E. perez ( and R.R. Miller.
Occurrence of the clingfish, Gobiesox fluviatilis (Gobiesociformes:
Gobiesocidae), in the Rio Chapalagana, Mexico: confirmation of a historical
record. Pages 96-98.

Nico, L.G. ( and R.T. Martin. The South American
suckermouth armored catfish, Pterygoplichthys anisitsi (Pisces:
Loricariidae), in Texas, with comments on foreign fish introductions in the
American southwest. Pages 98-104.

For those unfamiliar with The Southwestern Naturalist, it is the journal of
the Southwestern Association of Naturalists and deals with "the field study
of plants and animals (living and fossil) in the southwestern United States,
Mexico and Central America". The journal always is packed with interesting
and useful information on a wide variety of topics. See for the table of contents of recent

The current journal also includes the following announcement for book and
information collectors:

issues not available) back issues of The Southwestern Naturalist from 1956
to 1989 (Volumes 1-34) are on sale for $100 plus $25 S&H. Issues after 1989
(volumes 35-43) are $32 per volume (4 issues) plus S&H. For more info.

This is an excellent deal if you have any interest in this geographic

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