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    Publications by staff
    in the MSB Division of Fishes

    Publications by the Curator, Thomas F. Turner

    Publications by the Curator Emeritus, Stephen T. Ross

    Publications by other staff



    • Krabbenhoft, T.J. and T.A. Munroe. 2003. Symphurus bathyspilus: a new cynoglossid flatfish (Pleuronectiformes:Cynoglossidae) from deepwaters of the Indo-West Pacific. Copeia, 2003(4):810-817. [774 kb]



    • Dudley, R.K. and W.J. Matter. 2000. Effects of small green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus) on recruitment of Gila chub (Gila intermedia) in Sabino Creek, Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist, 45(1): 24-29. [239 kb]


    • Dudley, R.K. and S.P. Platania. 1999. Imitating the physical properties of drifting semibuoyant fish (Cyprinidae) eggs with artificial eggs. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 14(4): 423-430. [503 kb]



    • Platania, S.P. 1997. The building of the University of New Mexico fish collection: case study of a small university collection. In Collection Building in Ichthyology and Herpetology, T.W. Pietsch and W.D. Anderson, Eds. ASIH Special Publication No. 3 pp 593. [760 kb]
    • Slack, W.T., M.T. O'Connell, T.L. Peterson, J.A. Ewing, III, and S.T. Ross. 1997. Ichthyofaunal and habitat associations of disjunct populations of southern redbelly dace. Phoxinus erythrogaster (Teleostei:Cyprinidae) in Mississippi. American Midland Naturalist 137(2):251-265. [536 kb]



    • Ross, S.T. and S.D. Wilkins. 1993. Reproductive behavior and larval characteristics of the threatened bayou darter (Etheostoma rubrum) in Mississippi. Copeia 1993:1127-1132. [228 kb]


    • Knight, J.G. and S.T. Ross. 1992. Reproduction, age and growth of the bayou darter Etheostoma rubrum (Pisces, Percidae): an endemic of Bayou Pierre. American Midland Naturalist 127:91-105. [351 kb]
    • Ross, S.T., J.G. Knight, and S.D. Wilkins. 1992. Distribution and microhabitat dynamics of the threatened bayou darter, Etheostoma rubrum. Copeia 1992:658-671. [475 kb]


    • Platania, S.P. 1991. Fishes of the Rio Chama and upper Rio Grande, New Mexico, with preliminary comments on their longitudinal distribution. The Southwestern Naturalist, 36(2): 186-193. [562 kb]

    1990 and earlier

    • Bestgen, K.R. and S.P. Platania. 1990. Extirpation of Notropis simus simus (Cope) and Notropis orca Woolman (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from the Rio Grande in New Mexico, with notes on their life history. Occasional Papers The Museum of Southwestern Biology, 6(16 February 1990): 1-8 [2560 kb]
    • Ross, S.T. 1986. Resource partitioning in fish assemblages: a review of field studies. Copeia 1986(2):352-388. [1,230 kb]
    • Ross, S.T., W.J. Matthews and A.A. Echelle. 1985. Persistence of stream fish assemblages: effects of environmental change. American Naturalist 126(1):24-40. [355 kb]