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Handbook of Darters by Lawrence M. Page This is a classic work by a dean of American ichthyology published in 1983. Range maps, color photos and species descriptions. 271 pages hardcover.Email for Price
Freshwater Fishes of Mexico by Robert Rush Miller, W. L. Minckley, and Steven Mark Norris, Hardcover, Dec 15, 2005, 540 pages, ISBN 0226526046, the long-awaited, complete and indispensible guide to Mexico's natives - in English - black and white photos and line drawings throughout as well as color photos, distribution maps for each species, natural histories; covers the gars, livebearers, darters, minnows, sunfishes, suckers, catfishes, killifishes, cichlids, fishes of marine origin in freshwaters, etc - all the species that are known to occur in Mexico, this book will complete your North American fishes library with those species not covered in the US fish books Email for Price
Fishes of Missouri by William L Pflieger, Missouri Dept of Conservation publisher, soft cover, 372 pages, 1997 revised and expanded edition, photos, drawings, graphical and text keys and distribution maps, accounts of all species found in the state, good coverage of the central US/Ozark fishes, ISDN 1-887247-11-4, new - Email for Price
The Crayfishes of Missouri by William L Pflieger, Missouri Dept of Conservation publisher, soft cover, 151 pages, color photos, detailed line drawings, ranges maps, keys, a very user friendly book similar to the best of the Fishes-of books, species accounts for 32 crayfishes, including the dwarf crayfishes, shufeldtii and puer, a great book to learn how to identify crayfishes as a group, glossary of anatomical terms, ISDN 1-887247-05-X, paperback, new - Email for Price
Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Decapod Crustaceans by A. B. Williams et al, Special Publication 17, the purpose of this list is to provide a checklist of species and to recommend selected common names for North American Decapod Crustaceans, thereby achieving uniformity and avoiding confusion in the nomenclature of their common names, this list will heighten public awareness of the diversity and wide distribution of Decapod Crustaceans in North America, help to identify taxonomic groups in need of systematic revision, and serve as a preliminary guide to the literature required for the identification of species, the book was compiled in cooperation with the Crustacean Society, includes more than 1,600 species, 77 pages; color plates, Published by American Fisheries Society, Publication date 1989, Stock #510.13P; ISBN 0-913235-49-0 Email for Price
DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteers:
- Arkansas Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme, new Email for Price
- Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme, new Email for Price
- South Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme, new Email for Price
- North Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme, new Email for Price
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American Currents, journal of the North American Native Fishes Association, quarterly publication with hard-to-find information on the biology and captive care of North American fishes, color and black and white photos and line drawings. The following issues are available:
Annotated Checklist of North American Freshwater Fishes, Including Subspecies and Undescribed Forms by Chris Scharpf, Complete Five Volume Set $40.00
- Individual issues of American Currents:
- 1999 AC Summer $6.00
2000 AC Summer Vol 26, Issue 3, 39 pages $6.00
- Imperiled Fishes in Mississippi; The Fate of the Alabama Sturgeon; recent Additions and Changes to the US and Canadian Endangered Fishes lists; Collecting and Maintaining the Mud Sunfish, Acantharcus pomotis; New Localities for the Tadpole Madtom (Noturus gyrinus) in Northeastern Wisconsin; Tishomingo National Fish Hatchery Gets Alligator Gar.
2000 AC Winter $6.00
2001 AC Fall Vol 27, Number 4, 35 pages $6.00
- Keeping the Brook Trout; The Battle of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow; The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Recovery Effort at the Albuquerque Biological Park; Captive Propagation of Chubs of the Genus Erimystax; Federal Hatchery Develops Technology for Imperiled Bonytail; book review of Complete Guide to Building Aquariums.
2001 AC Spring Vol 27, Issue 2, 35 pages $6.00
- The Smallest-Mouth Buffalo; Occurrence of Pimephales vigilax (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in the Spring river Drainage, Missouri; Search for the Fabled Mountain Nymph; Reproductive Behavior of the Fundulus Lima Vaillant, a Killifish from Baja California; How Do Your Redbellies Spawn? President’s Report, Spring 2001.
2001 AC Summer Vol 27, Issue 3, 35 pages $6.00
2001 AC Winter Vol 27, Issue 1, 39 pages $6.00
- Fishes from the Land of Trucha de Tierra Caliente; Building the Perfect Gar Pond; NANFA Convention, Jackson, MS; Editorial: What Are We Doing?; Spawning the Rare Pygmy Madtom, Noturus staunali; Corrections and Updates to American Aquarium Fishes; A Native Fish and Riparian Zone Interpretive and Educational Sign Project; NANFA Establishes the Corcoran Education Grant; NANFA Illinois-Indiana Chapter Fall Outing.
2002 AC Fall Vol 28, Number 4 $6.00
- 30th Anniversary Issue; NANFA: Its Past and Future; Anniversary Kudos from a NANFA Old-timer; New Species of Freshwater Sculpins from the Middle Atlantic Eastern United Sates; Developing Propagation and Culture Protocols for the Cahaba Shiner, Notropis cahabae, the Goldline Darter, Percina aurolineata; Tennessee River Gorge Seinerama 2002; Collecting and Spawning the Flagfin Shiner; The First Texas Native Fish Weekend; Anti-Bacterials, Tranquilizers, and You!; Auction Ameca Collecting.
2002 AC Spring Vol 28, Number 2 $6.00
- Growth, Condition, and Color of Juvenile Bowfin in Medium-Sized Aquaria; Exploring the Naturalist-Aquarist Connection; Captive Propagation of Two Pupfishes, Cyprinodon nevadensis armagosae and Cyprinodon fontinalis; Birthplace of the Eels; Spawning of Three Nothonotus Darter Species; Feeding the North American Paddlefish.
2002 AC Summer Vol 28, Number 3 $6.00
- Snorkeling Michigan Inland Lakes; Where Bowfin Lurk; Iowa and Least Darters; Teens Promoting Native Fish Awareness; Field Trip to Cedar Creek, Lebanon Church, Virginia; Discovering Desert Fishes; A Fragile Jewel, the Blackbanded Sunfish.
2002 AC Winter Vol 28, Number 1, 35 pages $6.00
- Pools: Construction and Maintenance; Catching and Keeping Redfin Pickerel; The Fascinating Fishes of Cape Fear; 2001 NANFA Convention in Hocking Hills, Ohio; Killifishes of Nantucket
2003 AC Fall Vol 29, Number 4 $6.00
- The Lonely Longnose Sucker; Okefenokee II; Spawning the Swamp Darter (Etheostoma fusiforme); Seining Downstream; Have Snorkel, Will Travel; Cryptic Biodiversity; The Best Kept Secret in the Bait Shop; Sudden Onset Piscine Expiration
2003 AC Spring Vol 29, Number 2 $6.00
- Herrings and Shads of North America; Building the Perfect Gar Pond; Gila Trout Swim Back from Extinction; National Water (and Fish) Monitoring Day; Cheap and Easy Shipping Boxes; In memoriam: Robert Rush Miller; Green Water, Shipping, and Bad Taste.
2003 AC Summer Vol 29, Number 3 $6.00
- Where Have All the Shiners Gone?; The Mexican Blindcat (Prietella phreatophila); The Fishes of Traders Creek in Northwestern Oklahoma; Spawning the Okefenokee Pygmy Sunfish (Elassoma okefenokee); Darters and Bass Get A Pass; The Crested Goby (Lophogobius cyprinoids)
2003 AC Winter Vol 29, Number 1 $6.00
- Extreme Catfishes; Design and Application of a Larval Fish Trap; Lake Superior’s Native Lampreys; book review of Learn About . . . Texas Freshwater Fishes; Underwater Video Monitoring of Four Desert Fishes at an Arizona High School; Propagation of the Pirate Perch, Aphredoderus sayanus. . . at the Toledo Zoo; Report from the 2002 NANFA Convention, Ann Arbor, MI; Current Status of the Bridle Shiner, Notropis bifrenatus; Of Cormorants and Killies; Supplicants, Ethics, and Antibiotics; Beware the Green Sunfish.
2004 AC Fall Vol 30, Number 4 $6.00
- Seldom Seen Sunnies; Historical Notes on Lampreys in Wisconsin; Collecting and Selling Troglodytic Fish; Eel Fortunes; Warrior Bridled Darter, Speckled Darter, Tuskaloosa Darter, and Burrhead Shiner; Logperches: Masters of the Stone; Desert Fish.
2004 AC Spring Vol 30, Number 2 $6.00
- Flagfin Shiners (Pteronotropis) of the Southeastern US; The Spotfin Killifish, Fundulus luciae, is More Common Than You Thought; Goodeid Status Update, Jan. 2004; Ancient Bowfin Presents New Ich-Theological Conundrum; Sturgeon Surgeons; The Gawky but Graceful “Airplane Fish.
2004 AC Summer Vol 30, Number 3 $6.00
- Juvenile Goldeye (Hiodon alosoides) for Medium-Sized Aquaria; Fishes and Freshwater Mussels of the Tippecanoe River Basin in Indiana, with Comments on Freshwater Mussel Life History; How Native Lampreys Are Portrayed by State Agencies; Physical Habitat and the Assessment of Stream Health; Summer Satinfins.
2004 AC Winter Vol 30, Number 1 $6.00
- Report from 2003 NANFA Convention in Huntsville, AL; Stickleback Behavior; Captive Propagation of Notropis heterodon, the Blackchin Shiner; Conservation Assessment for Bluehead Shiner, Pteronotropis hubbsi.
2006 AC Fall Vol32, Number 4 Annotated Checklist Part II $6.00
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