NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Burr, B.M., R.C. Cashner, and W.L. Pflieger. 1979. Campostoma oligolepis and Notropis ozarcanus (Pisces: Cyprinidae), two additions to the known fish fauna of the Illinois River, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Southwestern Naturalist 24:371-396.
Reference Number: 1811
Type: Journal Article
Author: Burr, B.M., R.C. Cashner, and W.L. Pflieger
Date (year): 1979
Article Title:Campostoma oligolepis and Notropis ozarcanus (Pisces: Cyprinidae), two additions to the known fish fauna of the Illinois River, Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Journal Name: Southwestern Naturalist
Keywords: Ozark minnow
Lepomis gulosus MO - Lower Missouri-Crooked Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Lower Missouri Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Lower Gasconade Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Lower Osage Drainage- HUC 8 KS - Little Osage Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Big Piney Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Harry S. Truman Reservoir- HUC 8 MO - Lake of the Ozarks Drainage- HUC 8 MO - Pomme De Terre Drainage- HUC 8
Notropis ozarcanus AR - Osage Creek, a trib of the Illinois River, ca 2 km s Logan, Benton County
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