Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Fundulus catenatus listed in key words.

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34827 Journal Article Bart, H.L., Jr., and R.C. Cashner. 1980. New records of the northern studfish, Fundulus catenatus, in the lower Mississippi and Gulf Coastal drainages. Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings 3(2):1-4. https://trace.tennessee.edu/sfcproceedings/vol1/iss10/2.
32073 Journal Article Bass J.C., and J.R. Triplett. 1967. An addition to the known Kansas fish fauna. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (1903-) 70(3):411. https://www.jstor.org/stable/3627490.
193 Journal Article Branson, B.A., and D.L. Batch. 1971. Stream capture in Kentucky indicated by distributional record of Fundulus catenatus and Etheostoma spectabile. American Midland Naturalist 86:496-500.
1664 Book Chapter Burr, B.M., and L.M. Page. 1986. Zoogeography of the fishes of the lower Ohio-upper Mississippi basin. Pages 287-324 in Hocutt, C.H., and E.O. Wiley, eds. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes. John Wiley and Sons. New York, NY.
82 Book Burr, B.M., and M.L. Warren, Jr. 1986. A distributional atlas of Kentucky fishes. Scientific and Technical Series No. 4. Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, Frankfort, KY.
1585 Journal Article Cincotta, D.A, K.D. Bledsoe, and F. Jernejcic. 1990. Addition of Fundulus catenatus (Storer) to West Virginia's ichthyofauna. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Sciences 62(2-4):51-56.
34824 Journal Article Fisher, W.L., and R.R. Cicerello. 1985. Fishes of the Rolling Fork of the Salt River, Kentucky. Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science 46:108-115. https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/104595.
775 Journal Article Hall, G.E. 1956. Additions to the fish fauna of Oklahoma with a summary of introduced species. The Southwestern Naturalist 1(1):16-26.
23895 Database Ohio State University Fish Division. 2011. Collection records of Fundulus catenatus in Ohio. Downloaded on 28 Oct 2011. http://osuc.biosci.ohio-state.edu/Fishes/.
23896 Database Ohio State University Museum of Zoology. 2019. Ohio State University Museum of Zoology Fish Division - ichthyology collection database. https://fishes.osu.edu. Accessed on 10/04/2019.
1656 Journal Article Pflieger, W.L. 1971. A distributional study of Missouri fishes. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History 20(3):225-570.
131 Book Pflieger, W.L. 1975. The Fishes of Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO.
1737 Book Pflieger, W.L. 1997. The fishes of Missouri. Revised edition. Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO.
13712 Book Ross, S.T. 2001. The inland fishes of Mississippi. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, MS.
776 Journal Article Thomerson, J.E. 1969. Variation and relationship of the studfishes, Fundulus catenatus and Fundulus stellifer (Cyprinodontidae, Pisces). Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 16(1):1-21.
1735 Journal Article Warren, M.A., and P.E. Denette. 1992. Addition of the northern studfish Fundulus catenatus (Fundulidae) to the fish fauna of Louisiana. Proc. Louisiana Academy of Sciences 55:31-33.
30851 Database Zimmerman, B. 2012. Ohio non-native fish collection data, sampled during survey work on update to Trautman's (1981) "Fishes of Ohio". Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Columbus, OH. Created on 12/01/2012. Accessed on 11/30/2017.



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