Selected Articles from American Currents

1972 Vol 0 No 1
Pg 3. Rainbow in Miniature. By Anthony Benages
Pg 4. The Culture and Breeding of Jordanella flordae. By Wesley E. Smith
Pg 7. Meet the Bluespotted Sunfish. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 13. Northen Pike - Esox lucius. By John Bondhus
Pg 18. Meet the Dashing Dace. By Tony Terciera
Pg 21. New Friends - Darters and Sculpins. By Mary Hill
Pg 23. Amateur Collectors Personified. By Harry E. Abrams, Jr.
1973 Vol 1 No 1
Pg 5. Transplanting of Stickleback. By Emily Winward
Pg 7. Anquilia. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 10. Mating Dance of the Bluntnose Dace. By Ray Katula
Pg 13. Catfish and Bullheads. By John Bondhus
Pg 22. The Sole Survivor. By Ray Katula
1973 Vol 1 No 2
Pg 6. Native Fishes for the Home Aqaurium. By Dan Fowler
Pg 7. Displaced Fishes. By Ted Christensen
Pg 9. Fishes from Our Own County. By Walter Lannoy Brand
Pg 19. Water Lilies. By Roger D. Burroughs
1973 Vol 1 No 3
Pg 4. If They're Good Enough for Sterba, They're Good Enough for Me! By Pete Mosse
Pg 6. Maintaining Micropterus salmoides in Home Aquaria. By George Barnes
Pg 12. Do Fish Drink? By Dan Kosta
Pg 13. The Effect of Stream Aging on the Succession of Fishes in the Embarras River in Champaign County, Illinois. By Donald G. Buth
Pg 22. Spawning Deviations in Notropis lutrensis. By Frank G. Pagoria
Pg 24. "Ligula" - A Freshwater Parasitic Tapeworm. By George Barnes
Pg 30. The Flagfin Minnow, Notropis signipinnis. By Dick Stober
Pg 31. Oodinium pillularis. By John J. Fraboni
Pg 36. Delmarva Dip-netting. By Raymond Coombs
Pg 41. Forage Fish an Important Link. By Dick Stober
1973 Vol 1 No 4
Pg 1. Blue-spotted Sunfish (Part II). By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 3. Native Sunfish and Bass in Aquariums. By John Bondhus
Pg 10. Nevada's Unique Fish. By Emily Winward
Pg 11.The Natives are Friendly. By Dave Ernst
Pg 16.Brook Stickleback - Eucalia inconstans (Kirtland). By Roger D. Burroughs
Pg 19.Rainwater Killifish Lucania parva (Baird and Girard 1854). By Dick Stober
1974 Vol 2 No 1
Pg 3. Black-banded Sunfish Enneacanthus chaetodon.
Pg 7. Native Fish in Science. By Mark Gottlob
Pg 9. Argulus: The Carp Louse. By John Fraboni
Pg 18. Ictalurid Catfishes of the United States. By Kenneth Relyea
1974 Vol 2 No 2
Pg 3. The Brown Bullhead, Ictalurus nebulosus. By Martin Zybura
Pg 4. The Native Flying Fish. By Ray Katula
Pg 5. Introduction to North America's Natives. By Dick Stober
Pg 13. Collecting in Tidal Bays. By Robert Rosen
1974 Vol 2 No 3
Pg 4. The Rainwater Killifish. By Robert J. Goldstein
Pg 7. Hummingbird Fish. By Wayne Babberl
Pg 9. Collecting Guidelines. By Bill Scoggins
Pg 17. Long Trip Fish Hauler. By Gio Fedon
1974 Vol 2 No 4
Pg 3. The Grass Pickerl...Esox americanus vermiculatus. By Jim Pitts
Pg 6. Notes on Enneacanthus obesus x E. gloriosus Hybrid. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 7. A Native Fish Community Tank. By Vern Parish
Pg 23.Notes on Chemicals Used by Aquarists. By Robert T. Rosen
1975 Vol 3 No 1
Pg 3. Notropis welaka. By A. Tercera
Pg 5. Live Foods Only; Truth or a Myth. By Dan Kosta
Pg 7. The Red Horse Minnow Notropis lutrensis (Baird and Girard, 1853). By James Cokendolpher
Pg 9. An Outline of the Genus Cyprinodon. by Estella Flather
Pg 16. The Satinfin Shiner. By Teddy Schubert
Pg 19. Locating Fish Literature Resources. By John Bondhus
1975 Vol 3 No 2
Pg 3. The Sailfin Minnow Notropis hypselopterus. By Dick Stober
Pg 5. Distribution of Fishes. By John Bondhus
Pg 7. Enneacanthus Chaetodon: Food Requirements in Captivity. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 10. Pet Shop Natives, or How to Avoid Going Swimming with your Clothes on. By Dan Kosta
Pg 15. Reference Collections for the Native Fishes Student. By Jim Pitts
Pg 18. A Review of Methods to Control Ichthyophthiriasis. By D. G. Cross
1975 Vol 3 No 3
Pg 3. The Tadpole Shrimp. By Joseph Boucher
Pg 10. Have you got Planaria? By Chuck Eschbach
Pg 12. The Naked Goby. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 13. How about Barnacles? By Charles Keller, Jr.
Pg 15. Getting a Start on Fish Identification. By Jim Pitts
1975 Vol 3 No 4 and 5
Pg 2. Shiners. By Dick Stober
Pg 4. Coldwater Aquascape. By Linda J. Krebs
Pg 6. Fish Behavior. By Allan Semett
Pg 7. Daphnia. By Dick Stober
1975 Vol 3 No 6
Pg 2. Spawning of the Rainbow Darter. By John Beaulieu
Pg 3. Reelin' 'Em in at Reelfoot. By H. Ross Brock, Jr.
Pg 9. Ha! Ha! I Cheated. By Joseph C. Mann Jr.
1976 Vol 4 No 1
Pg 7. Fundulus notatus and F. olivaceous: Two American Topminnows. By Michael Patterson
Pg 10. Relationship between Aquatic Plants and Reproduction of Fishes.
Pg 17. North American Fishes in the United Kingdom. By Vernon B. Hunt
Pg 20. A Rare Darter Spawning. By Alan M. Fletcher
Pg 23. Killifish from Outer Space. By Glen E. Collier
1976 Vol 4 No 2
Pg 4. Notes on the Banded Sculpin, Cottus carolinae, in Kentucky. By Jim Pitts
Pg 9. The Stickleback: The White Rat of the Aquarium. By Mark Gottlob
Pg 10. Growth Inhibiting Substance. By Bob Sparks
Pg 13. G.I.S. - G.P.S. - Optimum Crowding a Possible Synthesis? By Harry Abrams
1976 Vol 4 No 3
Pg 4. Newts. By Mark Gottlob
Pg 8. Whitenose Notropis???? By Dick Stober
Pg 10. The Amazing Grunion. By Jerome D. Spratt
1976 Vol 4 No 4
Pg 1. Dwarfs of Devil's Hole. By K. L. Boynton
1976 Vol 4 No 5
Pg 1. A Preliminary Inventory of the Fishes of Wildcat Slough. By Donald G. Buth and John E. Brezina
1976 Vol 4 No 6
Pg 2. The Iowa Darter Etheostoma exile Girard. By Frederick A. Copes
Pg 11. The Leon Springs Pupfish...a Resurrection Story. By Braz Walker
Pg 15. Those Creepy Crawly Things can be Fun. By Ken Goldsmith
Pg 20. By the Bluenose Obsessed. By Dick Stober
Pg 22. Spawning Johnny Darter Etheostoma nigrum. By Donald Buth
Pg 24. Skin Flukes of Pet Fish. By Charles Dale Meryman
1977 Vol 5 No 1
Pg 6. Quick! Over there!! or Collecting Killies in the Wilds of East Texas. By Estella Flather
Pg 11. The Flagfin Minnow, Notropis signipinnis. By Dick Stober
Pg 13. Profiting from a Trashy Tank. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 22. On the Origin and Evolution of Castostomid Fishes - A Literature Review. By Harold H. Gray
1977 Vol 5 No 2
Pg 4. Diamonds in the Rough. By H. Ross Brock
Pg 6. Notropis spolopterus (Cope). By Ted Pobud
Pg 8. Who Me?? I don't Need to Keep Notes. By Charles Dale Meryman
Pg 10. The Fish Doctor Makes Pond Calls. By Panky Glamsch
1977 Vol 5 No 3
Pg 5. Bluefin Killy. By Dale Weber
Pg 7. Swamping through Georgia and Florida. By Ross Brock
Pg 13.Culture of Stonefly Nymphs (Isoperla confusa) as a Live Food. By Joseph Boucher
Pg 15. Maximal Egg Number in Pimephales notatus Nests. By Donald G. Buth and Charles R. Peterson
Pg 17. Jellyfish of the Sierra Foothills. By Mary Bacon
1977 Vol 5 No 4
Pg 8. Marine Nebalia bipes as Live Food. By Joseph Boucher
Pg 10. Notes on Abortive Spawnings of Pirate Perch, Aphredoderus sayanus, with Comments on Sexual Distinctions. By John S. Brill Jr.
1978 Vol 6 No 1
Pg 4. Introduction to the Darters. By Robert J. Goldstein
Pg 6. Cyprinodon elegans (Cyprinodontidae). By James Cokendolpher
Pg 12. Opossum Shrimps as Live Fish Food. By Joseph Boucher
1978 Vol 6 No 2
Pg 1. Pygmy Sunfishes. By H. Ross Brock
Pg 5. Fairy Shrimps as Live Food. By Joseph Boucher
Pg 9. Seining without a Partner: How to Make the Task Easier. By Jim Pitts
1978 Vol 6 No 3
Pg 5. Notropis venustus I: Gentle Giant. By Michael A. Patterson
Pg 8. The Bantam Sunfish (Lepomis symmetricus. By Mike Stegall
Pg 7. Water Louse (Asellus aquaticus) as Live Food. By Joseph Boucher
Pg 10. Astyanax fasciatus mexicanus in the Aquaria and in the Wild. By James C. Cokendolpher
1978 Vol 6 No 4
Pg 4. Welaka! By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 5. Notropis venustus II: A Chance Observation of Breeding Habits. By Michael A. Patterson
Pg 9. Practical Considerations for Collecting. By John S. Brill Jr.
1979 Vol 7 No 1
Pg 3. Carl Leavitt Hubbs 1894-1979. By Dr. Martin R. Brittan
Pg 5. Color Change in the Olympic Mudminnow. By Tom Baugh
Pg 7. Food Preference of the Olympic Mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi). By Tom Baugh
Pg 9. Native Killifishes. By Alfred D. Castro
1980 Vol 7 No 2
Pg 4. Our Disappearing Desert Fishes. By David L. Soltz
Pg 13. A Spawning of Etheostoma nigrum. By Nancy Garcia
Pg 16. The Behavior of Fishes. By Antonios Pappantoniou
Pg 18. Ecological Zonation in the Aquarium. By William R. Kenney
Pg 22. Collecting Fishes in an Urban Environment. By Jim Pitts
Pg 26. Conservation and Native Fishes: Rare or Endangered Fishes of Canada. By D. E. McAllister
1980 Vol 7 No 3
Pg 4. The Tessealated Darter. By Robert E. Schmidt
Pg 8. Pumpkinseed Spawning. By Bill McLarney
Pg 11. The Lost Treasure of the Aztecs. By James K. Langhammer
Pg 14. The Red-tailed Goodeid. By Ed Parker
Pg 16. The Fishes of Spartanburg, South Carolina. By Bob Goldstein
Pg 19. The Behavior of North American Freshwater Fishes: II. The Behavior of Catfishes. By Antonios Pappantoniou
Pg 21. Fish Feeding. By Midge Hill
1980 Vol 7 No 4
Pg 3. The Marine Aqaurium. By Gerald C. Corcoran
Pg 9. Fishes of Southeastern Massachusetts. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 12. How Old is that Fish? By Dave Ramczyk and Tim Morefield
Pg 17. Blood Feeders - the Leeches. By Charles O. Masters
1981 Vol 7 No 5
Pg 3. A Marine Killifish Community. By Harry W. Faustmann
Pg 7. Report on a Collection of Sticklebacs from Maine. By Bob Goldstein
Pg 11. A History of the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery. By Norman Soule
Pg 15. Observations on the Courtship and Reproduction of Desert Pupfish, Cyprinodon macularius. By Tom Baugh
Pg 19. The Creek Chubsucker, Erimyzon oblongus. By Harold H. Gray
Pg 29. Native Aquarium Plants: Cabomba caroliniana. By Jim DeBernardo
1982 Vol 7 No 6
Pg 2. Life on a Stream Bottom. By E. Laurence Perkins
Pg 10. Thermal Relationships in Native Aquarium Fish. By William R. Kenney
Pg 16. The Longnose Dace, Rhinichthys cataractae in Wisconsin and Wyoming Waters. By Dr. Robert R. Miller
Pg 27. Native Aquarium Plants: Didiplis diandra. By Robert A. Gasser
1982 Vol 7 No 7
Pg 8. Native Fish: Thoughts of a Naturalist. By Tom Baugh
Pg 14. Spawning the Eastern Mudminnow (Umbra Pygmaea). By John Eccleston
Pg 17. The Lyre Goby (Evorthodus lyricus). By Bob Goldstein
Pg 21. Rabida - the Mad Ones. By William R. Kenney
1982 Vol 8 No 1
Pg 11. A Fish Community in a Thermal Discharge. By William R. Kenney
Pg 15. The American Mini. By Joanne Brockstael
Pg 17. Swamp Killie (Leptolucania ommata). By Bruce Gebhardt
1982 Vol 8 No 2
Pg 6. Color Variations in Wild Mollies. By Linn Blanchard
Pg 9. The Creek Chubsucker(Erimyzon oblongus): A Belated Letter to the Editor. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 10. The Mottled Sculpin (Cottus bairdii). By Luther Brown
Pg 13. Technique for Photographing Small Fish. By Tom Baugh
Pg 16. Observation on Aquarium Maintenance of the Skilletfish, Gobiesox strumosus By C. A. E. Bergesen
Pg 20. Through a Glass, Brightly. By Bruce Gebhardt
1982 Vol 8 No 3
Pg 6. Wild Sailfin Mollies (Poecilia latipinnis) , Part II. By Linn Blanchard
Pg 9. Spawning the Fathead Minnow (or, the Joy and Disappointment of an English NANFA Member). By Derek Jones
Pg 11. Summary of Recent Scientific Articles on Darters. By Robert E. Schmidt
Pg 12. Collecting in the South. By Andrew P. Borgia
Pg 13. Spawning Crenichthys nevadae. By Tom Baugh
Pg 18. Native Crayfish? Bah, Humbug! By Donna Magee
Pg 19. Setting up a Native Fish and Plant Collecting Trip. By Robert J. Goldstein
1982 Vol 8 No 4
Pg 6. The Rainbow Darter (Etheostoma caeruleum) (Too bad it's Canadian!). By John Beaulieu
Pg 8. Field Notes on the Sheepshead Minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus). By Linn Blanchard
Pg 11. More on Madtoms. By William R. Kenney
1983 Vol 9 No 1
Pg 1. Index to Native-fish Articles Publised in the Popular Literature, 1946 - 1981. Compiled by Daniel and Nancy Thompson
1983 Vol 9 No 3
Pg 10. An Aquascape for North American Stream-Dwellers. By William R. Kenney
Pg 14. An Introduction to Enneacanthus obesus (Girard), the Banded Sunfish (with a Special Reference to Rhode Island Distribution). By Lee Finley
1983 Vol 9 No 4
Pg 7. Microscopy of Larval Fish, By John Eccleston
Pg 9. Confession: "Enneacanthus obesus" spawning was crossing of E. obesus male, E. gloriosus female. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 13. The Swamp Darter. By Robert E. Schmidt
1983 Vol 9 No 5
Pg 5. Spawning the Logperch - A Native Canadian Darter. By Joanne Bockstael
Pg 9. Canadian Laws on the Import and Export of Ornamental Fishes. By Joanne Bockstael
Pg 11. Native Aquarium-fish Species of Canada. By Dave Knelson
1983 Vol 9 No 7
Pg 12. Freshwater Catfishes of New England. By Lee Finley
Pg 15. Along the Jersey Coast - Fresh, Soft, Acid, Hard, Alkaline, and Brackish. By Bruce Gebhardt
1983 Vol 9 No 8
Pg 7. The Gettysburg Campaign. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 13. I Still Want a Lolypop. By Dennis Coskren, Chuck & Shirley Hawks, and Fred & Betsy Robinson
1984 Vol 10 No 1
Pg 13. Whitesbog. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 19. Fish-collecting Records on a Home Computer. By Konrad Schmidt
1984 Vol 10 No 2
Pg 14. Night Collections. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 18. The Sole Survivor: Spawning the Bowfin! By Ray Katula
1984 Vol 10 No 3
Pg 8. Texas-size Ecotics. By Dan Thompson
Pg 11. Little Fishes of Kansas, Part I. By Ken Brunson
1984 Vol 10 No 5
Pg 6. Spawning the Pumpkinseed Sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus). By Joanne Bockstael
Pg 11. The New Lacey Act. By Robert Thomas
Pg 15. Little Fishes of Kansas, Part II. By Ken Brunson
1984 Vol 10 No 6
Pg 11. The New England Aquarium. By John Eccleston
Pg 14. Dipping for Darters. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 16. Bluefin Killifish. By D. Weber
Pg 18. Index to Native Fish Articles Published in the Popular Literature: 1982 and 1983 Update, with Errata to 1946 - 1981 Index, and Index and Indexing of AKA Literature, 1962-1970. By Daniel J. Thompson
1984 Vol 10 No 7
Pg 6. Okefenokee Revisited. By Dick Stober
Pg 9. The Commuting Collector (or, the Collector Commuter): Philadelphia's Wissahickon Creek. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 11. The Redbellied Dace and Their Allies: Four Phoxinus Snapshots. By Edward Cope, Ken Brunson, and Valdimir Constantinescu
Pg 14. Field Notes on Pupfish Habitats in Death Valley, Ash Meadows, and Southern Amargosa River Basin 5/31-6/4/83, Part I. By Arch C. Martin
1984 Vol 10 No 8
Pg 7. A Report on Collecting Fish near Rockport, Texas March 1-9, 1984. By Hal Fairfield
Pg 9. Dismal Trip. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 11. For the Love of Gar! By Tom Fulton
1984 Vol 10 No 9
Pg 5. Who's Aftraid of Spiders? Collecting in the Niagara River. By Peter J. Mang
Pg 7. Report on a Collection of Fishes from Franklin County, North Carolina. By Bob Goldstein
Pg 9. Gambusia affinis. By Walter Knoblock
1984 Vol 10 No 10
Pg 7. Fishes of the Mukwonago River, Wisconsin. By Thomas P. Simon
Pg 12. Glassworms: A Native Food for Native Fish. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 15. Field Notes on Pupfish Habitats in Death Valley, Ash Meadows, and Southern Amargosa River Basin 5/31-6/4/83, Part II. By Arch C. Martin
1985 Vol 11 No 1
Pg 11. San Lorenzo River Report. By Hal Fairfield
Pg 12. The Hudson River Larval Fish Project. By Robert E. Schmidt
Pg 13. Keeping Silversides Alive: I. Tips on Collection and Handling of Silversides. By JR Shute. II. Care and Keeping of Silversides. By Sue Ann Slotterback. III. Collecting and Keeping the Brook Silverside. By David L. Hall
Pg 17. Meshoppen Trip: Collecting in Northeastern Pennsylvania. By Bruce Gebhardt
1985 Vol 11 No 2
Pg 8. Collecting with a Minnow Trap - No Fuss, No Muss. By Peter J. Warny
Pg 10. Collecting and Spawning the Least Brook Lamprey Lampetra aepyptra, (Abbott 1860). By John Brill
1985 Vol 11 No 3
Pg 9. Snorkeling for Natives. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 12. Fish Watching in the Little Tennesee. By Bill McLarney
1985 Vol 11 No 4
Pg 9. Raising Whiteworms. By Mary Harris
Pg 10. Southern Natives in a Community Tank. By Hal E. Armes
Pg 13. Fishes that Crossbreed in Missouri. By David L. Hall
Pg 14. Photgraphing Fish. By Konrad Schmidt
1985 Vol 11 No 5
Pg 7. Collecting in Missouri - Part I: the Osage System. By David L. Hall
Pg 9. Notes on the Tadpole Madtom in Minnesota and Wisconsin. By Phillip A. Cochran
Pg 12. Have you ever tried Grindal Worms? By Henry W. Faustmann
Pg 14. Going Collecting on Horseback. By John Ben Williams
Pg 14. Observing the Blackspot Shiner (Notropis atrocaudalis) in a 29-gallon Aquarium. By John Ben Williams
1985 Vol 11 No 6
Pg 9. The Creek Chub. By Vernon B. Hunt
Pg 11. Return to Keck's Creek, Arkansas. By Paul Ribitzki
Pg 14. Three Tributaries of the Northwestern Chesapeake. By Bruce Gebhardt
1985 Vol 11 No 7
Pg 6. Snorkeling in the Ocala National Forest of Northern Florida. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 8. Collecting in East Texas. By John Ben Williams
Pg 10. Breeding Habits of Tesselated, Rainbow, and Swamp Darters. By W. P. Sear
Pg 13. An Aquarium Spawning of Rainbow Darters. By Robert Thomas
1985 Vol 11 No 8
Pg 4. The Blacknose Dace (Rhinichthys atratulus). By Vernon B. Hunt
Pg 7. Darter Hybrids for Home Aquaria. By Clark Hubbs
Pg 11. A Checklist of Conasauga River Fishes, Tennessee. By Thomas P. Simon
1985 Vol 11 No 9
Pg 9. The Natives are Making me Restless. By Bob McDonnell
Pg 10. Breeding Fundulus heteroclitus. By Hal Fairfield
Pg 13. Carp Eggs: An "Exotic" Fish Food. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 15. Mud Creek in Upstate New York. By Michael Lucas
1986 Vol 12 No 1
Pg 4. Flat Land, Fast Water. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 6. Spawning the Blackbanded Sunfish. By James G. Sternburg
Pg 8. Some Ontario Cyprinids. By Mark Klym
Pg 10. Collecting in the Allegheny River System of Northwestern Pennsylvania. By Peter J. Mang
Pg 12. Collecting French Creek in Northwestern Pennsylvania. By William Estes
1986 Vol 12 No 2
Pg 4. More Non-natives Proposed by State Fisheries Experts! By Mark Klym
Pg 11. The Tule Perch from Central California - a Livebearer. By Alfred D. Castro
1986 Vol 12 No 3
Pg 4. Catching Marine Fish while Snorkeling. By Bill Ballard
Pg 6. Notropis ardens By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 10. Colorado's Two Native Killifish - Fundulus zebrinus kansae and F. sciadius. By Mike Wilson
Pg 12. Collecting Fundulus in Colorado. By Edd Kray
1986 Vol 12 No 4
Pg 9. Renting a Car for Collecting. By Bruce Gebhardt
1986 Vol 12 No 5
Pg 4. Fish-watching in Yellowstone Park. By David L. Hall
Pg 6. Backyard Ponds. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 8. Tesselated Darter Observations. By Michael J. Shrom
Pg 10. What about the other Mudminnow? The European Dogfish (Umbra kremeri). By Veron B. Hunt
Pg 12. Minnow Traps: A Native-fish Collector's Best Friend. By John Ben Williams
1986 Vol 12 No 6
Pg 7. Some Goodeid Species for the Aquarium. By James K. Langhammer
Pg 11. Elassoma evergladei. By Roger Przybysz
Pg 12. Mesogonistius chaetodon: An Account of its Breeding and other Habits. By W. P. Sear
1986 Vol 12 No 7
Pg 7. Missouri Madness. By Michael J. Lucas
Pg 12. Creating a Stream Aquarium. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 14. An Essay on the Value of Collecting or how to Tell if your Collecting Trip was more than just Fun. By Robert E. Schmidt
Pg 15. Fundulus cingulatus. By Bob McDonnell
1986 Vol 12 No 8
Pg 7. Aquarium Spawning and Rearing of the Southern Redbelly Dace. By James G. Sternburg
Pg 10. Bleeding and Duskystripe Shiners (Notropis zonatus and N. pilsbryi). By David L. Hall
Pg 12. By the Bluenose Obsessed. By Richard Stober
Pg 14. The Bait Store Collector. By Konrad Schmidt
1986 Vol 12 No 9
Pg 10. ...But no Redfins. By David L. Hall
Pg 12. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna (and Tributaries of the Northern Chesapeake, Part I. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
1986 Vol 12 No 10
Pg 5. Aquarium Spawning of the Northern Redbelly Dace and Finescale Dace with Hybrids of these Species. By Kathryn Goddard
Pg 10. Notes on the Spawning of Three Lamprey Species. By Henry W. Fowler
Pg 12. Notes on Keeping Colors in Darters. By Stephen Argento
1987 Vol 13 No 1
Pg 6. Ice-water Sunnies. By Michael Lucas
Pg 8. Observations on Spawning of Banded Pygmy Sunfish. By Rodney Harper
Pg 10. Roaches!!! By David L. Hall
Pg 12. The Diamond Killifish (Adinia xenica). By Bob McDonnell
1987 Vol 13 No 2
Pg 4. Northern Redbelly Dace in Wisconsin. By Ray Katula
Pg 6. Fundulus confluentus. By Bill Ballard
Pg 9. Return to the Ocala National Forest. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 14. The Blue Shiner in Alabama. By Bruce Gebhardt
1987 Vol 13 No 3
Pg 4. Habitats of some Killifish of southern Alabama and Vicinity. By Bill Ballard
Pg 13. Fishes of the Lower Susquehana (and Tributaries of Northern Chesapeake), Part II. By William Estes and Bruch Gebhardt
1987 Vol 13 No 4
Pg 10. Unexpected Spawing of Speckled Dace. By Valerie Burston
Pg 11. Spawning of Fundulus chrysotus. By Rodey Harper
Pg 13. Fringe Benefits. By Richard C. Stober
Pg 16. Two Economical Food Sources. By Doug Carpenter
1987 Vol 13 No 5
Pg 16. Fishes of the Lower Susquehana (and Tributaries of Northern Chesapeake), Part III. By William Estes and Bruch Gebhardt
Pg 20. Crossbreeding of River Darter and Blackside Darter (Percina Shumardi and P. maculata). By Ray Katula
Pg 23. The Sheepshead Minnow. By Scott Webster
Pg 25. The Adventures of Three Fish-collectors in Northwest Florida and South Alabama. By Bill Ballard
Pg 29. Spawning Gila orcutti. By Ella Pittman
1988 Vol 14 No 1
Pg 11. Fundulus similis. By William Ballard
Pg 13. Search for a Rare Hudson River Fish. By Robert E. Schmidt
Pg 15. Ceriodaphnia - A Newly Discovered Live Food. By Nancy Garcia
Pg 19. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna and Northern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part III. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
1988 Vol 14 No 2
Pg 8. Boyd Creek, Upstate New York. By Michael J. Lucas
Pg 11. Touchet River Expedition in Southeastern Washington State. By Martin Ulstein
Pg 13. Spawning the Sharptail Goby (Gobionellus hastatus). By Rodney Harper
1988 Vol 14 No 3
Pg 7. Probable Spawning of Bantam Sunfish (Lenomis symmetricus.) By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 9. Breeding Lucania goodei: Guaranteed. By Rodney Harper
Pg 10. The Good, the Bad, and the Very Ugly Sculpins. By Ray Katula
Pg 15. The Mystery of the Golden Pupfish. By Bruce J. Turner
Pg 20. Craig Creek, Virginia. By Brian K. Wagner
Pg 25. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna and Northern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part IV. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 32. Float Trip Collecting. By Konrad Schmidt
1988 Vol 14 No 4
Pg 8. Why the Fountain Darter Stayed Endangered. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 10. Easy Collection of Mealworms. By Anthony C. Berry
Pg 12. "New Frontiers" - A Year of Collecting in Kentucky. By Doug Carpenter
Pg 18. Orangefin Darter. By Ray Katula
Pg 22. The Phenology of Colonial Creek. By Konrad Schmidt
1988 Vol 14 No 5
Pg 11. Schooling Behavior of the Chiselmouth (Acrocheilus alutaceus). By Martin Ulstein and Del Blackburn
Pg 12. Rediscoverying Plains Topminnow in Minnesota. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 13. Desert Fishes Council. By Alan M. McCready
Pg 19. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna and Northern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part V. By William Estes
Pg 23. Grand Island, Grand Time. By Michael J. Lucas
Pg 25. Blennies: Easy-to-keep Marine Fishes. By. Mary K. Wicksten
Pg 26. Mint Chocolate Chip Darters? By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 28. Mail Order Collecting Gear. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 33. Crayfish for the Native-fish Aquarium. By Jessica Williams
1989 Vol 15 No 1
Pg 12. Nest-building Minnows. By Carol E. Johnston
Pg 14. Salt Ponds of Key West, Florida. By Andrew Borgia
Pg 16. Footwear for Collectors. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 20. Perhaps you should Seek Professional Help. By Konrad Schmidt
1990 Vol 16 No 2
Pg 17. Killifish in Oregon? By Ray Katula
Pg 18. Spawning of Three Cavity-nesting Fishes in a Culvert. By Phil A. Cochran and John D. Lyons
Pg 21. Notes on Spawning of the Johnny Darter. By Ray Katula
Pg 23.Fishes of the Hudson River. By Tom Lake
1990 Vol 16 No 3
Pg 10. Collecting in the Twilight Zone. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 13. Spawning of the Reticulate Sculpin. By Ray Katula
Pg 16. Fish-watching at Hunter's Spring. By David Arbour
Pg 18. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna and Nothern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part VII. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
1991 Vol 17 No 1
Pg 24. Spawning the Pirate Perch, One More Time. By Ray Katula.
Pg 27. Elephants' Graveyard. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 29. Spawning Spotfins. By Michael J. Lucas
1991 Vol 17 No 2
Pg 15. Observations of Spawning Methods of the Creole Darter and the Finescale Saddled Darter (Etheostoma colletti and E. osburni). By Ray Katula
Pg 17. The Preserved Reference Collecton. By Andrew P. Borgia
Pg 19. Killer Kick Nets. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 22.Rudd Menace. By Bruce Gebhardt
1991 Vol 17 No 3
Pg 12. Why do I Collect. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 14. Greetings from an Olympic Swamp. By Joe Middleton
Pg 18. Spawning of the Green Sunfish, Lepomis cyanellus. By Matthew D. Sorensen
Pg 20. Fishes of the Lower Susquehanna and Nothern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part VIII - the Suckers. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 25. Aquarium Spawning of the Mountain Redbelly Dace. By James G. Sternburg
1991 Vol 17 No 4
Pg 13. Recollecting Collecting in South Jersey's Pinelands. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 17. Breeding Behavior of the Flagfish (Jordnaella floridae). By David Arbour
Pg 18. A Spawning the Orangespotted Sunfish (Lepomis humilis). By Matthew Sorensen
Pg 21. Maintaining the River Carpsucker (Carpiodes carpio) in the Aquarium. By David Arbour
Pg 22. Lake Superior's "Inferior" Fishes. By Konrad Schmidt
1992 Vol 18 No 1
Pg 25. Introduction to Native Fish and NANFA. By Gerald C. Corcoran
Pg 32. The Northwestern Percopsis, the Sand Roller. By Ray Katula
1992 Vol 18 No 2
Pg 10. A "Fish Walk"? By Parke H. John, Jr.
Pg 12. Fiery and Fireproof: Spawning of Common Shiners, Luxilus cornutus. By Bruce Gebhardt
Pg 16. The One-person Seine. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 21.The Live Fish Collection at the Aquarium of the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico. By Carlos Agulera
Pg 24. You're in the Main Stream. By Joe Pell
1992 Vol 18 No 3
Pg 17. Three Springs in Central Florida. By David Arbour
Pg 22. Three Darters found in Minnesota Rivers. By Doris Sarslow
1993 Vol 19 No 1
Pg 16. Behavior of Fundulus chrysotus and Fundulus olivaceous in a Captive Environment. By Rodney W. Harper
Pg 19. Spawning of Southern and Northern Redbelly Dace Compared. By James G. Sternburg
Pg 22. Spawning-rocks for Cyprinids. By Ray Katula
Pg 29. Fishes of the Lower Susequehanna (and Northern Chesapeake Tributaries), Part IX. By William Estes
1993 Vol 19 No 2
Pg 20. Spawning a "Winged Minnow" - the Broadstripe Shiner. By Ray Katula
Pg 22. Putting Back the Pieces. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 27. Pine Barrens - Double Trouble. By Ken Beja
Pg 29. A Trip to the Creeks of the San Ramon Valley, California. By William A. Sears
Pg 31. Spawning Behavior of the Central Stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum,). By Jon Wojtowicz
1993 Vol 19 No 3
Pg 11. Laboratory Bluegill Culture. By Mark Rosenqvist
Pg 13. Minnesota River Fish Tales. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 17. Desert Trip. By Michael Florez
Pg 22. The Most Endangered Fish in Nevada: the White River Spinedace (Lepidomeda albivallis). By Larry Newman
Pg 26. Fishes of the Lower Susequehanna and Northern Chesapeake Tributaries, Part X. By William Estes and Bruce Gebhardt
1993 Vol 19 No 4
Pg 11. Fish Videos. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 13. Powerhead Toms. By Doug Carpenter
Pg 15. Breeding the Tesselated Darter. By Pete McKendrick
Pg 23. The Maine State Aquarist Society's Native Species Awareness Project. By Daniel P. Dumas
1994 Vol 20 No 1
Pg 13. Reflections on the June 12, 1993 NANFA Convention. By Fred Batzer
Pg 14. Deep-south, Deep-freeze Killies. By B. G. Granier
Pg 18. Mother Nature didn't get it Right the First Time. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 22. Eulogy for the San Joaquin River. By Ray Katula
1994 Vol 20 No 2
Pg 18. Big Fruit Flies. By Jim Pitcairn
Pg 19. The Making of a 125-Gallon Native-Fish Aquarium Display. By Robert Carrilio
Pg 21. Successfully Spawning and Rearing the Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus). By Peter R. Rollo
Pg 26. The Mystery Cave Expeditions. By Konrad Schmidt
1994 Vol 20 No 3
Pg 16. A Checklist of the Fishes of Benton County, Oregon. By Daniel J. Logan
Pg 19. Crimson Tide, Neon Lights: Notropis chrosomus. by B.G. Granier
Pg 22. Breeding the Tesselated Darter. By Joe Hanyok
Pg 25. The Sacramento Perch (Archoplites interruptus) - California's Only Native Centrarchid. By Will Sears
Pg 28. Lake Lily, Cape May County, New Jersey. By Joe Yanik
1994 Vol 20 No 4
Pg 23. What in the World is a Pirapatinga. By Daniel J. Logan
Pg 26. Golden Shiners (Notemigonus crysoluecas) Utilizing Bowfin (Amia calva) Nest as Spawning Site. By Ray Katula
Pg 30. Successfully Spawning and Raising the Blackbanded Sunfish (Enneacanthus chaetodon). By Peter R. Rollo
1995 Vol 21 No 1
Pg 26. Successfully Spawning the Banded Sunfish (Enneacanthus obesus). By Peter R. Rollo
Pg 30. Collecting in Ponds in Clackamas County, Oregon. By Daniel J. Logan
1995 Vol 21 No 2
Pg 5. Underwater Photography in Kansas. By Garold W. Sneegas
Pg 8. Aquarium Care and Maintenance. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 10. Proposed NANFA Endangered Species Conservation Program. By John Bondhus
Pg 18. The Central Longear (Lepomis magalotis) as an Aquarium Species. By Robert Rice
1995 Vol 21 No 3
Pg 2. Fish Community Changes in the Illinois River, 1962-1994. By Thomas V. Lerczak
Pg 7. Our Hidden Jewels. By Robert Rice
Pg 9. Adverse Assessments of Gambusia affinis. By Henry R. Rupp
Pg 15. Elassoma evergladei Hard To Find But Easy To Maintain and Spawn. By Peter R. Rollo
Pg 19. Collecting in Yamhill County,Oregon. By Daniel J. Logan
1996 Vol 22 No 1
Pg 1. Natural Resources and Envirormental Overview of The Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant With Thoughts On The Future. By Tim Morgan
Pg 22. Preparing for a collecting trip. By Daniel J. Logan
1996 Vol 22 No 2
Pg 2. Fish Communities of Minnesota National Wildlife Refuges. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 10. The North American Killies. By Robert Rice
Pg 12. Putting Back the Pisces. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 16. Darters: Aquarium Designs and Care Guidelines. By Ray Katula
Pg 19. The Aquarist as a Naturalist. By Robert Rice
Pg 21. Minnow Trap Bait. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 24. Collecting in Little Bennett Regional Park, MD: Montgomery County's Gem. By Robert Bock
1996 Vol 22 No 3
Pg 6. Overlooked Orangethroats. By Robert Rice
Pg 7. Keeping the Broadstripe Topminnow. By B. G. Granier
Pg 10. Bowfin Basics. By R. W. Wolff
Pg 12. Is the Blue Catfish in Minnesota? By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 13. Meet the Bluespotted Sunfish. By Robert T. Rosen
Pg 14. The Miser's Guide to Fishkeeping. By Robert Rice
Pg 15. Field Trip to Railroad Valley, Nevada. By James E. Lawson and Peter Unmack
Pg 19. Surf, Turf, and Eggs. By Paul C. Sikkel
Pg 23. A Native Fish Primer: Livebearers, Killifish, and Minnows. By Dave Williamson
Pg 30. The Tail End: Gregarius Gators. By Konrad Schmidt
1997 Vol 23 No 1
Pg 4. Rare Fishes of North Carolina (Part One). By Fred C. Rohde and Rudolf G. Arndt
Pg 14. Beneath the Waters of Balmorhea State Park. By Garold W. Sneegas
Pg 17. Collecting Exotic Asian Freshwater Shrimp in Oregon. By Dan Logan and Pat McDonald
Pg 20. Centrarchid Observations. By Robert Bock
Pg 29. NANFA '96 National Meeting Report. By Warren H. Lund, Jr.
Pg 35. "The Tail End" The Carp's Last Laugh. By Konrad Schmidt
1997 Vol 23 No 2
Pg 1. Setting up a Riffle Tank. By Cliff Zoller
Pg 11. Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, Middletown, Iowa: 1994 Stream Survey Results. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 17. Arizona/ Nevada Regional Report: Spring 1997. By Peter J. Unmack
Pg 21. Keeping the Dwarf Crayfish, Cambarellus shufeldtii. By Bruce Scott
Pg 23. Shipping Fishes 101. By Robert Rice
Pg 35. "The Tail End" Robot - Reared Swans. By Konrad Schmidt
1997 Vol 23 No 4
Pg 1. A Brief Trip to the Olympic Peninsula. By Jay DeLong
Pg 9. Dexter National Fish Hatchery and Technology Center. By Linda Andreasen and Buddy Jensen
Pg 11. Putting Native Fishes in Their Best Light. By Robert S. Carillio
Pg 13. Fathead Fundamentals. By Robert Bock
Pg 15. NANFA’s Regional Chapters Open the Door to Increased Activity. By Elmer A. Guerri
Pg 18. Minnesota’s Forgotten Fish. By Tom Dickson
Pg 23. Transporting Fishes. By B. G. Granier
Pg 39. “ The Tail End ” Painful Pastimes. By Konrad Schmidt
1998 Vol 24 No 1
Pg 1. Reproductive Behavior, Embryology, and Larval Development of Four Species of Pygmy Sunfish. By Maurice F. Mettee and Christopher Scharpf
Pg 11. In Search of the Mangrove Killie, Rivulus marmoratus. By Andrew Borgia
Pg 12. Spawning the Marsh Killifish, Fundulus confluentus. By B.G. Granier
Pg 13. The Resurrection of Fox Den Lake. By Robert Rice
Pg 16. Tropical Fish Collecting, Rhode Island Style. By Michael Borgia
Pg 19. The Joy of Bait Shops. By Elmer A. Guerri
Pg 21. The Introduction of Exotic Species in the Great Lakes. By Leah Parosky
1998 Vol 24 No 2
Pg 1. Collecting in Tennessee: A NANFA Primer. By Mike Whitfield
Pg 6. Additional Records of Fishes from Fort Pond Bay on Long Island, New York. By Clarence R. Hickey, Jr. and James W. Lester
Pg 15. The Bluenose Shiner, the Jewel of the Southeast. By B.G. Granier
Pg 17. The Native Pond. By Jeffrey A. Fullerton
Pg 19. Nongame Fish Identification Workshop: A Potential Regional Chapter Activity. By Elmer A. Guerri
1998 Vol 24 No 3
Pg 1. Rare Fishes of North Carolina (Part Two). By Fred C. (Fritz) Rohde and Rudolf G. Arndt
Pg 5. Collecting the Marine Invertebrates of Oregon’s Rocky Intertidal Areas. By Joe Middleton
Pg 7. Creating a Native Stream Biotope Aquarium. By Michael Thennet
Pg 9. Keeping Gamefish. By Robert Bock
Pg 11. Parasites from Threespine Sticklebacks in Oregon. By Daniel J. Logan
Pg 13. Native Killifishes: Cyprinodon from New Mexico. By Kenneth L. McKeighen, Jr.
Pg 15. A Spring Conservation Trip to Nevada. By Peter Unmack
Pg 17. Cliff Zoller’s Brine Shrimp Hatchery. By Tom Gooch
Pg 19. Collecting and the Spatial Habits of Three Native Killies. By Jeffrey A. Fullerton
1998 Vol 24 No 4
Pg 1. Collecting, Spawning, and Raising the Orangefin Darter, Etheostoma bellum. By Clifford Zoller
Pg 4. So Many Fishes, So Little Time: A Report from the 1998 NANFA Annual Meeting in Chattanooga. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 13. Striking Gold: The Eastern Starhead Topminnow, Fundulus escambiae. By Jeffrey A. Fullerton
Pg 39. The Smallest Fish in North America, Heterandria formosa. By Hy Finkelstein
1999 Vol 25 No 1
Pg 1. Ten Fantastic Fishes from Minnesota. By by Tom Dickson
Pg 15. Keeping and Spawning the Golden Ear Topminnow, Fundulus chrysotus. By B.G. Granier
Pg 16. Spotfin Chub Success. By Chris Coco and Sue Goodwin
Pg 19. Virginia Science Museum Showcases State’s Underwater Life. By Michael Thennet
Pg 21. An Aravaipa Adventure. By Bill Edwards
Pg 35. Surprisingly Hardy Silversides. By David L. Hall
1999 Vol 25 No 2
Pg 1. Good Lampreys Are Hard to Find. By Neal D. Mundahl
Pg 9. The Continuous Flow Aquarium. By Patrick T. Johnson
Pg 13. Algal Turf Scrubber™ Technology Comes of Age for Freshwater Aquariums. By Elmer A. Guerri
Pg 17. Baby Swamp Fishes: How to Raise Them. By R.W. Wolff
Pg 19. Beginning a Planted Aquarium. By Shireen Gonzaga
1999 Vol 25 No 3
Pg 1. Fishes of the Mackinaw and Vermilion River Systems in Illinois. By Michael E. Retzer
Pg 13. Seine Advice for Collecting Killies. By Bruce J. Turner
Pg 15. A Long-Term Algal Turf Scrubber™ Freshwater Native Fishes Biome. By Elmer A. Guerri
Pg 18. The Link Between Growth and Otolith Size in Young-of-the-Year Lepomis Sunfish. By Bruce Stallsmith and William Hagar
Pg 22. Dollar Sunfish: Spawning Two Varieties of Lepomis marginatus. By R.W. Wolff
1999 Vol 25 No 4
Pg 1. Juvenile Pallid Sturgeon in Laboratory Aquaria. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover, K. Jack Killgore, and S. Reid Adams
Pg 9. Fooling Fish With Light. By Cliff Zoller
Pg 12. Spawning the Banded Topminnow, Fundulus cingulatus. By David M. Schleser
Pg 23. The Great NANFA Loach Hunt of 1999. By Jay DeLong
Pg 39. Desert Springs Action Committee Moapa Spring 1999 Trip Report. By Wright Huntley
2000 Vol 26 No 1
Pg 1. Walking in 100-Year-Old Footsteps in Southern Oregon. By Jay DeLong
Pg 13. Backyard Billabongs. By Michael Thennet
Pg 15. Leaving Your Non-Fish Life Behind for Three Days: The 1999 NANFA National Convention in Champaign-Urbana. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 35. Native Fishes at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. By Nick Zarlinga
2000 Vol 26 No 2
Pg 1. Horned Serpents, Leaf Dogs and Spoonbill Cats: 500 Years of Paddlefish Ponderings in North America. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover, K. Jack Killgore, and Steven G. George
Pg 11. Spawning and Raising the Greenside Darter, Etheostoma blennioides, with a Note on the Eggs of the Rainbow Darter, E. caeruleum. By Bob Muller
Pg 13. Coastal Plain Collecting. By Jeffrey A. Fullerton
Pg 17. How I Ship Fish. By Cliff Zoller
Pg 35. Arkansas River Shiner Takes Road Trip to Recovery. By Craig Springer
2000 Vol 26 No 3
Pg 1. Imperiled Fishes in Mississippi. By Stephen T. Ross and William T. Slack
Pg 6. Politics, Science, and the Fate of the Alabama Sturgeon. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 17. Collecting and Maintaining the Mud Sunfish, Acantharchus pomotis. By John Brill
Pg 22. New Localities for the Tadpole Madtom (Noturus gyrinus) in Northeastern Wisconsin. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 39. Tishomingo National Fish Hatchery Gets Alligator Gar. By Craig Springer
2000 Vol 26 No 4
Pg 1. British Columbia’s Lake Lamprey, Rare and Little Known. By Loucas Raptis
Pg 4. Marvelous Milfoils and the Miracle of Barley Straw. By Jeffrey A. Fullerton
Pg 7. The Spotfin Shiner (Cyprinella spiloptera): A Fish that Spawns in Trees. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 9. In Maryland Survey, Stream Dwellers Decide What’s Healthy. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 16. Gar Gettin’. By Elmer A. Guerri
Pg 19. The Mystery of the Feeder Fish, or Who is Rosy Red? By Bob Muller
Pg 21. Our Native Freshwater Mussels. By Thomas Hayes
Pg 23. What’s in a Name?... The Olympic Mudminnow. By Mike Kelly
Pg 35. Rounding Up Razorbacks. By Craig Springer
2001 Vol 27 No 1
Pg 1. Fishes from the Land of Trucha de Tierra Caliente. By John Lyons
Pg 9. Building the Perfect Gar Pond. By R. W. Wolff
Pg 11. NANFA’s Hottest Convention Ever: Three Fish-Filled Days in Jackson, Mississippi. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 19. Spawning the Rare Pygmy Madtom, Noturus stanauli. By J. R. Shute
Pg 22. Corrections and Updates to American Aquarium Fishes. By Robert J. Goldstein
Pg 27. A Native Fish and Riparian Zone Interpretive and Educational Sign Project. By Rob Carillio
Pg 39. NANFA Illinois-Indiana Chapter Enjoys Fantastic Fall Outing. By Elmer A. Guerri
2001 Vol 27 No 2
Pg 1. The Smallest-Mouth Buffalo. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover and K. Jack Killgore
Pg 5. A Species on the Edge: Occurrence of Pimephales vigilax (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in the Spring River Drainage, Missouri. By Robert A. Hrabik
Pg 11. Search for the Fabled Mountain Nymph. By Michael Thennet and Dave Jones
Pg 13. Observations on the Unique Reproductive Behavior of Fundulus lima Vaillant, a Killifish from Baja California. By John Brill
Pg 22. How Do Your Redbellies Spawn? By Bob Muller
2001 Vol 27 No 3
Pg 1. Artificial Propagation of Loach Minnow, Rhinichthys cobitis. By Robert E. David and Lawrence J. Wirtanen
Pg 14. Where the Killifish Aren’t: A Pictorial Essay on How the Growth of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama, Destroyed the Habitat of the Now-Extinct Whiteline Topminnow, Fundulus albolineatus. By Bruce Stallsmith
Pg 19. Habitat Improvement and Native Fish Loss: The Upper Verde River Fish Mystery. By Shireen Gonzaga
Pg 23. Raising Dusky Darters. By Bob Muller
2001 Vol 27 No 4
Pg 1. Keeping the Brook Trout in a Home or Classroom Aquarium. By Mark A. Smith
Pg 8. Farmers vs. Fish: The Battle of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 13. The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Recovery Effort at the Albuquerque Biological Park. By Holly Casman
Pg 15. Captive Propagation of Chubs of the Genus Erimystax. By J.R. Shute and Patrick L. Rakes
Pg 17. Federal Hatchery Develops Technology for Imperiled Bonytail Chub. By Craig Springer
Pg 21. Introducing the NANFA Breeders Award Program (BAP)
2002 Vol 28 No 1
Pg 1. Pools: Construction and Maintenance. By Ken McKeighen, Jr.
Pg 7. Catching and Keeping Redfin Pickerel. By Jon Andrews
Pg 9. The Fascinating Fishes of Cape Fear. By Fred C. (Fritz) Rohde
Pg 11. Something for Everybody: A Report from the 2001 NANFA Convention in Hocking Hills, Ohio. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 21. Killifishes of Nantucket. By Bruce Stallsmith
Pg 23. What NANFA Means to Me. By Rob Carillio, Jeffrey A. Fullerton and Michael Thennet
2002 Vol 28 No 2
Pg 1. Growth, Condition, and Color of Juvenile Bowfin in Medium-Sized Aquaria. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover and Tyler Strange
Pg 7. Audubon Shot Birds, I Keep Fish: Exploring the Naturalist-Aquarist Connection. By Rob Denkhaus
Pg 9. Captive Propagation of Two Pupfishes, Cyprinodon nevadensis armagosae and Cyprinodon fontinalis. By Ken McKeighen, Jr.
Pg 13. Birthplace of the Eels: A Biological Detective Story. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 15. Spawning of Three Nothonotus Darter Species. By Ray Katula
Pg 21. Feeding the North American Paddlefish, a Filter Feeder, in a Large Multi-Taxa Exhibit. By Nick Zarlinga
Pg 35. Why Keep Natives? By Robert Bock
2002 Vol 28 No 3
Pg 1. Snorkeling Michigan Inland Lakes. By Nancy S. Washburne
Pg 10. Where Bowfin Lurk: Unnatural Habitations from 1875 to the Present. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover, K. Jack Killgore, and Steven G. George
Pg 17. Iowa and Least Darters: Their Spawning and Rearing Compared. By Bob Muller
Pg 19. Teens Promoting Native Fish Awareness Through Research and Teaching. By Chad Hallyburton
Pg 21. A Little History, a Lot of Fish: Field Trip to Cedar Creek, Lebanon Church, Virginia. By Bruce Hahn and Michael Thennet
Pg 23. Discovering Desert Fishes: A Family Affair. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 35. A Fragile Jewel, the Blackbanded Sunfish. By Robert Bock
2002 Vol 28 No 4
Pg 1. NANFA: Its Past and Future. By John Bondhus
Pg 10. New Species of Freshwater Sculpins from the Middle Atlantic Eastern United States. By Brian Margolis
Pg 11. Developing Propagation and Culture Protocols for the Cahaba Shiner, Notropis cahabae, and the Goldline Darter, Percina aurolineata. By Patrick L. Rakes and J. R. Shute
Pg 19. Tennessee River Gorge Seinerama 2002, or the Land of Slippery Footing. By Steven A. Ellis
Pg 23. Collecting and Spawning the Flagfin Shiner. By Bob Muller
Pg 25. The First Texas Native Fish Weekend. By Rob Denkhaus
Pg 38. Auction Ameca Collecting. By Robert Bock
2003 Vol 29 No 1
Pg 1. Extreme Catfishes. By Garold W. Sneegas and Dean A. Hendrickson
Pg 3. Design and Application of a Larval Fish Trap. By K. Jack Killgore
Pg 5. Lake Superior’s Native Lampreys. By Sharon Moen
Pg 8. Underwater Video Monitoring of Four Desert Fishes at an Arizona High School. By Kevin Kehl
Pg 9. Propagation of the Pirate Perch, Aphredoderus sayanus, an Extirpated Fish in Ohio, at The Toledo Zoo. By Jay Hemdal
Pg 10. Great Lakes, Great People, Great Memories: A Report from the 2002 NANFA Convention in Ann Arbor, Michigan. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 21. Current Status of the Bridle Shiner, Notropis bifrenatus. By Brian Margolis
Pg 25. Of Cormorants and Killies. By John R. Quinn
Pg 35. Beware the Green Sunfish. By Robert Bock
2003 Vol 29 No 2
Pg 1. Herrings and Shads of North America: Diversity, Natural History, Conservation, and Aquarium Care. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 17. Building the Perfect Gar Pond II: The Gar River. By R.W. Wolff
Pg 20. Gila Trout Swim Back From Extinction. By Craig Springer
Pg 23. National Water (and Fish) Monitoring Day 2002. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 35. The Least Amount of Trouble. By Robert Bock
2003 Vol 29 No 3
Pg 1. Where Have All the Shiners Gone? By Rob Criswell
Pg 5. The Mexican Blindcat (Prietella phreatophila): Research and Exploration in the Groundwater. By Jean K. Krejca
Pg 12. The Fishes of Traders Creek in Northwestern Oklahoma. By David L. McNeely and William Caire
Pg 19. Spawning the Okefenokee Pygmy Sunfish (Elassoma okefenokee). By Philip Kukulski
Pg 21. Darters and Bass Get a Pass. By Craig Springer
Pg 22. The Crested Goby (Lophogobius cyprinoids): an “Underwater Hound” from Florida. By Spike Millevolte
Pg 35. Bringing ’em Back Alive. By Robert Bock
2003 Vol 29 No 4
Pg 1. The Lonely Longnose Sucker. By Rob Griswell
Pg 4. Okefenokee II: The Return. By Steven A. Ellis and Chip Rinehart
Pg 10. Notes on Spawning the Swamp Darter Etheostoma fusiforme. By Bob Muller
Pg 11. Seining Downstream and Other Tips. By Peter J. Unmack
Pg 13. Have Snorkel, Will Travel. By Casper Cox
Pg 20. Cryptic Biodiversity. By Robert S. Butler and Richard L. Mayden
Pg 35. The Best Kept Secret in the Bait Shop. By Robert Bock
2004 Vol 30 No 1
Pg 1. Finship and Fun: A Report from the 2003 NANFA Convention in Huntsville, Alabama. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 10. Stickleback Behavior: A Brief Overview. By Daniel Bagur
Pg 15. A Northern Minnow: Notes on the Captive Propagation of Notropis heterodon, the Blackchin Shiner. By Bob Muller
Pg 17. Conservation Assessment for Bluehead Shiner (Pteronotropis hubbsi). By Anthony W. Ranvestel and Brooks M. Burr
Pg 26. Fish Collecting Tips. By Bruce Scott
Pg 39. The Best Sunnie in the Show. By Robert Bock
2004 Vol 30 No 2
Pg 1. American Beauties: Flagfin Shiners (Pteronotropis) of the Southeastern U.S. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 9. The Spotfin Killifish, Fundulus luciae, is More Common Than You Thought. By Bruce Stallsmith
Pg 11. Goodeid Status Update, January 2004. By John Lyons
Pg 19. Ancient Bowfin Presents New Ich-Theological Conundrum. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 21. Sturgeon Surgeons. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 35. The Gawky but Graceful “Airplane Fish”. By Robert Bock
2004 Vol 30 No 3
Pg 1. Rare Treasure from River Bottom: Juvenile Goldeye (Hiodon alosoides) for Medium-Sized Aquaria . By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 7. A Review of the Fishes and Freshwater Mussels of the Tippecanoe River Basin in Indiana, with Comments on Freshwater Mussel Life History. By Jeremy S.Tiemann and Bernadette L. Tiemann
Pg 14. How Native Lampreys Are Portrayed by State Agencies: Positive and Negative Examples. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 17. Physical Habitat and the Assessment of Stream Health. By Doug Pirhalla
Pg 35. Summer Satinfins. By Robert Bock
2004 Vol 30 No 4
Pg 1. Seldom-Seen Sunnies. By Rob Criswell
Pg 4. Historical Notes on Lampreys in Wisconsin. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 9. Collecting and Selling Troglodytic Fish: A Novel Idea. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 11. Eel Fortunes. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 16. Breeding Experiments with Fishes of the Sipsey Fork: Warrior Bridled Darter, Speckled Darter, Tuskaloosa Darter, and Burrhead Shiner. By Bob Muller
Pg 20. Logperches: Masters of the Stone. By Noel Burkhead
Pg 22. Desert Fish: Life on the Edge. By Linus Chen
Pg 35. Can’t Keep It? Photograph It! By Robert Bock
2005 Vol 31 No 1
Pg 1. Reproductive Behavior in Banded Pygmy Sunfish, Elassoma zonatum (Elassomatidae), with Comments on Implications for Relationships of the Genus. By Alice F. Echelle and Anthony A. Echelle
Pg 7. Treasure Hunting in the Suburbs: Discovery of the State-Endangered Iowa Darter (Etheostoma exile) in DuPage County, Illinois. By Christopher Gutmann
Pg 9. Something Different: A Report from the 2004 NANFA Convention in Columbia, South Carolina. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 21. A Word About Water. By Robert Bock
2005 Vol 31 No 2
Pg 1. Breeding the Southern Sheepshead Minnow, Cyprinodon variegatus variegatus. By Charles A. Nunziata
Pg 3. Are Temperate Fishes More Difficult to Spawn Than Tropicals? By Bob Muller
Pg 6. The Changing Role of Aquarists in Aquatic Conservation. By Peter J. Unmack
Pg 9. Madtoms: Some Cool Cats. By Jeremy S. Tiemann
Pg 14. Sampling New York State’s Bashakill Marsh and Stream. By Norman Soule
Pg 16. Fine Fare for Native Fishes: The Fairy Shrimp, Streptocephalus seali. By Tyler Strange and Heather Smith
Pg 19. Naming Names (and Often Changing Them): A Native Fish Hobbyist’s Guide to Zoological Nomenclature. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 24. Elassoma: Great Fish for Small Quarters. By Dustin Smith
Pg 25. In Praise of Poeciliids Part I: Heterandria and Gambusia. By Robert Bock
2005 Vol 31 No 3
Pg 1. Suckermouth Catfishes: Threats to Aquatic Ecosystems of the United States? By Jan Jeffrey Hoover, K. Jack Killgore and Alfred F. Cofrancesco
Pg 9. Historical Use and Misuse of the Name “Carp”. By Maynard S. Raasch and Christopher Scharpf
Pg 11. The National Fish Contest Is Underway. By David L. McNeely and Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 15. In Praise of Poeciliids Part II: Spectacular Sailfins. By Robert Bock
Pg 17. Freshwater Fishes of the Northeastern United States, With Special Reference to Species of the Passaic River Drainage and Great Swamp Wetlands. By John Brill
2006 Vol 32 No 1
Pg 1. Darter Observations: Spawning, Eggs and Fry. By Bob Muller
Pg 7. Historical Notes on American Eels (Anguilla rostrata) in the Upper Midwest. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 14. Status of Algansea aphanea (Cyprinidae), a Rare Mexican Fish. By John Lyons
Pg 17. In Praise of Poeciliids Part Ill: Xiphophorus Notes. By Robert Bock
Pg 19. What I Know About Flame Chubs and Who I Told. By Bruce Stallsmith
Pg 20. A Rule Made to be Broken: Research and Education in Rocky Mountain National Park. By Claire C. McGrath
2006 Vol 32 No 2
Pg 1. Back Into Saddleds: A Review of the Saddled Darters of North America. By Ray Katula
Pg 7. The Wildlife Pond Renovation at Clinton Community Nature Center: Get to Know Native Fishes. Nellie Neal
Pg 11. Swamps, Sloughs, Springs, Sinkholes and More: An Expedition to the Floridian Gulf Coast. By Casper Cox
Pg 20. Shortnose Sturgeon Found in Potomac. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 23. The Alabammy-Whammy. By Charlie Grimes
Pg 25. Sculpin Basics. By Robert Bock
2006 Vol 32 No 3
Pg 1. Back Into Saddleds: A Review of the Saddled Darters of North America. By Ray Katula
Pg 7. The Wildlife Pond Renovation at Clinton Community Nature Center: Get to Know Native Fishes. Nellie Neal
Pg 11. Swamps, Sloughs, Springs, Sinkholes and More: An Expedition to the Floridian Gulf Coast. By Casper Cox
Pg 20. Shortnose Sturgeon Found in Potomac. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 23. The Alabammy-Whammy. By Charlie Grimes
Pg 25. Sculpin Basics. By Robert Bock
2007 Vol 33 No 1
Pg 5. Pimephales: More Than Just Bait. By Jeremy S. Tiemann
Pg 11. Spawning and Raising the Bantam Sunfish, Lepomis symmetricus. James E. Wetzel
Pg 16. Some Historical Records of Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in the Upper Midwest. By Philip A. Cochran
2007 Vol 33 No 2
Pg 1. The Second Annual Illinois Garvana. By Uland Thomas
Pg 7. A New Ohio Drainage Record for the Bluebreast Darter, Etheostoma camurum. Mike Austin
Pg 9. Too Cold. By Philip Kukulski
Pg 11. While Not Endangered, American Eels Face Numerous Threats. By Karl Blankenship
Pg 13. The New York State-Threatened Longear Sunfish, Lepomis megalotis: Collection, Rearing and Recovery Efforts. By Eric W. Reynolds
Pg 14. Juvenile White Sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus, in Laboratory Aquaria. By Krista A. Varble and Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 20. The Bluefin Killifish, Lucania goodei: A Summary Review. By Charles A. Nunziata
2007 Vol 33 No 3
Pg 1. Life History Study and Population Structure of Vermilion Darter (Etheostoma chermocki) from Turkey Creek, Jefferson County, Alabama, and Warrior Darter (E. bellator) from Gurley Creek, Blount County, Alabama. By Jenjit Khudamrongsawat
Pg 8. What Exactly is a Species?. Christopher Scharpf
Pg 11. End of Life Behavior in the Mountain Brook Lamprey, Ichthyomyzon greeleyi. By Gretchen E. Walker
Pg 15. Westsylvania’s Aquatic Gems. By Rob Criswell
Pg 21. Additional Notes on the History of American Eels (Anguilla rostrata) in the Upper Midwest. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 23. Breeding Wild-Caught and F1 Pirate Perch (Aphredoderus sayanus). By Bob Muller
2008 Vol 34 No 1
Pg 1. Scaly Sand Darter (Ammocrypta vivax): Observations and Captive Spawning. By Bob Muller
Pg 3. Alewife and Blueback Herring are Species of Concern Facing Many Threats. Dwayne Meadows
Pg 7. Uniseine Version 4.0. By Philip Kukulski
Pg 9. Notes on the Captive Spawning of Fundulus bifax. By Joseph Scanlan
Pg 12. North America’s Freshwater Fishes: Where They Came From, How They Got Here, and Why They Are Where They Are. By Christopher Scharpf
Pg 16. The Role of Reproductive Behavior in the Conservation of Fishes: Examples from the Great Plains Riverine Fishes. By Mark L. Wildhaber
Pg 24. Mystery Fish Identified (Again!). By Philip A. Cochran
2008 Vol 34 No 2
Pg 1. Searching for Sawfish: A History of the Hunt. By Jan Jeffrey Hoover
Pg 16. Point-and-Shoot Digital Photography for the Beginner. By Uland Thomas
Pg 21. My Native Fish Winter Cooling Device. By Thomas Glassburner
Pg 23. Syngnathus scovelli, the Elusive Freshwater Pipefish. By Mike Hellweg
2008 Vol 34 No 3
Pg 1. Tiny Fish/Big Battle: 30 Years After TVA and the Snail Darter Clashed, the Case Still Echoes in Caselaw, Politics and Popular Culture. By Zygmunt J. B. Plater
Pg 9. The Mummichog: Master of Survival. Robert Bock
Pg 14. Status of the Stone Darter, Etheostoma derivativum, in Kentucky. By Robert L. Hopkins II and Lisa J. Fisk
Pg 20. Multiple Causes of Central Valley Chinook Salmon Decline. By Peter B. Moyle
Pg 23. A Simple Technique for Digital Imaging of Live and Preserved Small Fish Specimens. By Juergen Herler, Lovrenc Lipej and Tihomir Makovec
2009 Vol 35 No 2
Pg 1. "Willow Cats" for Sale? Madtoms (Genus Noturus) as Bait in the Upper Mississippi River Valley. By Philip A. Cochran and Mark A. Zoller
Pg 9. Care and Spawning of the Endangered Mohave Tui Chub in Captivity. By Thomas P. Archdeacon and Scott A. Bonar
Pg 19. Simplified Uniseine Construction. By Philip Kukulski
Pg 21.Photo Tank Construction. By Uland Thomas
Pg 25.The Quest for the Southern Studfish, Fundulus stellifer or Remind Me Again Why I Do This To Myself. By Thomas Ganley
2009 Vol 35 No 3
Pg 2. A Lake Sturgeon Tale: Part 1. By Casper Cox
Pg 7. Construction Considerations and Design Specifications for a Flowing Water Spawning System for the Culture of River Minnows: Part 1. By Barry Thoele
Pg 12. Tate's Hell Remembered. By Keith Hudgins and Casper Cox
Pg 19.The Incredible Journey. By Stuart Welsh
Pg 21.Spawning My Johnny Darters (Etheostoma nigrum). By Brian J. Torreano
2010 Vol 35 No 4
Pg 2. A Lake Sturgeon Tale: Part 2. By Casper Cox
Pg 6. Construction Considerations and Design Specifications for a Flowing Water Spawning System for the Culture of River Minnows: Part 2. By Barry Thoele
Pg 12. Okaloosa Darter On the Road to Recovery. By Donald Imm, Denise Rowell, Tom MacKenzie
Pg 14.Quest for the Orangespotted Sunfish . By Lance Merry
Pg 18.2009 Convention Recap: Part 1. By Brian Skidmore
Pg 23. 2010 Convention Teaser: The Nevadan Desert and Ash Meadows. By Peter Unmack
2010 Vol 36 No 1
Pg 6. NANFA Convention 2010: Part 2: North Beyond Las Vegas. By Peter Unmack
Pg 10. Fictional Accounts of Predation on Lampreys. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 12. AquaCam Snorkel Camp 2009: Part 1 . By Casper Cox
Pg 16. Introduction to the Third Edition of the Florida Collecting Guide. By Charlie Nunziata
Pg 25. North American Killifish - Part 1 Lucania goodei Jordan 1880 A Summary Review. By Charlie Nunziata
Pg 40. Annotated Checklist of North American Freshwater Fishes, Including Subspecies and Undescribed Forms Addenda & Errata #5. By Christopher Scharpf
2011 Vol 36 No 2
Pg 2. AquaCam Snorkel Camp 2009: Part 2 . By Casper Cox
Pg 7. A Tank Full of Middle Fork Willamette River Natives . By Eric Hanneman, Ph.D.
Pg 13. Chicago Lakefront Fishes . By Dr. Philip Willink
Pg 19. Breeding Minnows . By Dr. Robert J. Goldstein
2011 Vol 36 No 3
Pg 2. Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge. By Cristi R. Baldino, Sharon S. McKelvey, and Darrick S. Weissenflu8
Pg 8. The Source of Water for Nevada's Ash Meadows Springs. By Lisa L. Stillings
Pg 12. Nevada Desert Adventure NANFA Convention 2010 . By Casper Cox
Pg 25. Fixing the Broken Triangle: Working to Build Bridges Between Aquarium Hobbyists, Fisheries Biologists, and Academics. By Nick Zarlinga
2011 Vol 36 No 4
Pg 2. Indoor Spawning and Raising of Warmouth, Lepomis gulosus. By Luke P. Hirsch and James E. Wetzel
Pg 7. Aquarists and Fisheries Managers: Building Bridges To Fill Knowledge Gaps On Native Fishes. By Peter Unmack, Jon C. Sjöberg, David L. Ward, Steve Parmenter, and Bob Muller
Pg 10. The Decline of North American Freshwater Fishes . By Stephen J. Walsh, Howard L. Jelks and Noel M. Burkhead
Pg 18. Conservation Fisheries, Inc. and the Reintroduction of Our Native Species . By J.R. Shute and Pat Rakes with edits by Casper Cox
2012 Vol 37 No 1
Pg 2. Trawling Down the River. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 7. Build it and they will come. By Fritz Rohde
Pg 13. Observations of Flame Chub Spawning, Egg, and Larva Development. By Bob Muller
Pg 17. Observations on the Aquarium Spawning of the Xenisma Group of Killifishes in Alabama. By Joseph Scanlan
Pg 22. The Darter That Gets No Respect-The Mud Darter. By Ray Katula
2012 Vol 37 No 2
Pg 2. Status of the Hornyhead Chub Nocomis biguttatus in Minnesota. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 11. Reproductive Ecology of the Relict Population of Ironcolor Shiner Notropis chalybaeus in Headwaters of the San Marcos River Texas. By Joshuah S. Perkin, Zachary R. Shattuck, and Timothy H. Bonner
Pg 22. The Fish and Wildlife Service you Don't Know. By David Klinger
Pg 28. What in the World is a Darter Hunt. By Jenny Kruckenberg
2012 Vol 37 No 3
Pg 2. 48 hours of the serpent_Ganley. By Thomas Ganley
Pg 4. Building and Maintaining a Native Fish Pond and Stream. By Patrick T. Johnson
Pg 11. Forays into Northwestern Iowa Yield New Records of Plains Topminnow (Fundulus sciadicus) and More Data on Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus). By Konrad Schmidt and Robert Hrabik
Pg 18. Egg Mimicry Observed in Slimy Sculpin (Cottus cognatus). By Ray Katula
Pg 22. Serendipity and Lampreys. By Rudolf G. Arndt
Pg 28. New occurrence of Pygmy Whitefish (Prosopium coulterii). By Konrad Schmidt
2012 Vol 37 No 4
Pg 2. NANFA members search for Minnesota's rarest fishes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 8. Elassoma zonatum E_okejenokee and E_evergladei-habitats and comparative observations. By Jörg Bohlen and Arne Nolte
Pg 21. Breeding Fantail Darters in Captivity. By Rachel Moran
2013 Vol 38 No 1
Pg 2. Plains Topminnow - the minnow that isn't a minnow. By Chelsey Pasbrig
Pg 8. A unique Eagle Scout project. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 11. Search for the Redsdie Dace in Michigan's most polluted river. By Kristina Blott and Robert Muller
Pg 18. Flat Shoals plus 136 years. By Michael Wolfe
Pg 23. A pack of wild dogfish - aggregation by adult Amia calva. By Collin Nienhaus and Clinton Nienhaus
Pg 29. Scientfic value of keeping native fishes in Aquaria. By Lawrence M. Page
2013 Vol 38 No 2
Pg 2. King of perches-observations of captive Roanoke Logperch. By Chris Crippen
Pg 9. Logistics for public display of Roanoke Logperch. By Chris Crippen
Pg 13. Fin Anomalies in Blacknose Dace (Rhinichthys atratulus) from Southern Minnesota. By Melissa Markert
Pg 19. Minnow Trap Surveys for Deepwater (Myoxocephalus thompsonii) and Slimy (Cottus cognatus) Sculpin in Northeastern Minnesota Lakes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 23. Catching Air - Those Magnificent Jumping Suwannee Sturgeons. By Ken Sulak
2013 Vol 38 No 3
Pg 2. Biodiversity on the (Blue) Line. By Kevin Kubach
Pg 8. Gilt Darters return to New York's Allegeny River. By Doug Carlson and Doug Fischer
Pg 11. Collecting at the 57th Parallel North. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 18. The Phalen enigma - Rainbow Darters in a lake. By Ray Katula
Pg 22. Tiny fish under big skies - why minnows matter. By Tom Dickson
Pg 26. Fish phenology in an urban stream. By Konrad Schmidt
2013 Vol 38 No 4
Pg 2. Bluehead Chub, Nocomis leptocephalus (Girard 1856), the First Species of Freshwater Fish Scientifically Described from North Carolina. By Bryn H. Tracy
Pg 11. How Do You Spell Success. By Jim Bland
Pg 23. Back to the Swamp. By Dustin Smith
Pg 26. My Particular Apogee. By Matt Knepley
Pg 27. Mudfish on the Menu-Rise of the much Maligned Bowfin. By Ken Sulak
Pg 31. Blue Ridge Parkway Snorkel Camp. By Casper Cox
2014 Vol 39 No 1
Pg 2. Mummichogs Establish Beachhead in Michigan. By Bob Muller
Pg 5. Say! What a Lot of Fish There Are. By Robert Hrabik and Lance Merry
Pg 8. Noah’s Fish Ark. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 18. Tiny See-through Ghosts of the Deep and Dark Rivers. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 26. Spawning the “Green” Banded Darter. By Ray Katula
Pg 8. The Glacial Relict Fishes of South Dakota’s Sandhills. By Chelsey Pasbrig
2014 Vol 39 No 2
Pg 2. Blue Ridge Parkway Fish Survey, 2007. By Ed Scott
Pg 7. Artificial Spawning Site for Pirate Perch. By James Wetzel and J. Tyler Edwards
Pg 9. Recovery Of Oregon Chub Helps Mark The 40th Anniversary Of The Endangered Species Act. By Paul Scheerer
Pg 11. History Of Changes In The Willamette River And Effects On Oregon Chub. By Paul Scheerer
Pg 13. Observations On Spawning By Captive Sand Shiners (Notropis stramineus) From Minnesota. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 15. Bluebreast Darter Removed From Ohio’s List Of Endangered And Threatened Fishes. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 17. Spawning My Milwaukee River Spotfin Shiners, Legally!!! By Brian J. Torreano
Pg 22. Darters On The Brain: Insights And Observations Of A Redline Fanatic. By Nick Little
Pg 25. Occurrence Of Least Killifish At The Northern Limit Of Its Range In South And North Carolina. By Travis J. Nelson and Erin J. Burge
Pg 33. Corcoran Education Grant Report A Life-Size Sturgeon Educational Display For Free Interagency Loan. By Thomas E. Brooking
Pg 36. 2013 NANFA Convention Summary. By Josh Blaylock
2014 Vol 39 No 3
Pg 2. The Native Stream Fishes of Hawaii. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 9. A Life History Study Of Minnesota’s Great Northerner: The Iowa Darter. By Jay T. Hatch and James D. Johnson
Pg 17. Brood Size in a Western Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) from Wisconsin. By Philip A. Cochran
Pg 18. Monitoring Feral Oriental Weatherfish Infestations in New York State. By Scott Wells
Pg 22. Sex in the Suwannee, The Secretive Love Life of Gulf Sturgeons. By Ken Sulak
Pg 25. What in the World is a Bioblitz? By Jenny Kruckenberg, Konrad Schmidt and Bryan Stefansky
2014 Vol 39 No 4
Pg 2. Oklahoma's Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) Research and Caviar Program. By Brandon Brown
Pg 6. The Illinois Redspotted Sunfish (Lepomis miniatus) Project: Not Possible Without NANFA. By Jeremy Tiemann et al.
Pg 9. Keeping and Spawning Arkansas Darters (Etheostoma cragini). By Ray Katula
Pg 14. Fishing for Aquaria. By Jon Andrews
Pg 17. The Etyfish Project, Fish Name Etymology Database. By Christopher Scharpf and Kenneth J. Lazara
Pg 21. How I Got to Where I am Today. By Robert E. Jenkins
Pg 22. History in Jars. By Emily Hilts
Pg 26. The 2014 NANFA Convention, North Carolina
2015 Vol 40 No 1
Pg 2. The Clinch Dace short stories about a short fish. By Michael Moore
Pg 5. The Blue Sucker and a Lost America: An Essay. By Corey Geving
Pg 8. Black Horse, Blue Sucker. By Olaf Nelson
Pg 11. Lake Sturgeon Egg Collection. By Kathlina Alford
Pg 14. Foray into the Wilds of Iowa Finds Northern Pearl Dace and Least Darter but Not Northern Sunfish. By John Olson
Pg 19. Hybrids, Oddities, and Variation Observed in Minnesota Fishes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 26. Dusky Darters: A North American Native Fish new to Michigan. By Robert Muller
Pg 29. Pond Culture of the Bluenose Shiner Pteronotropis welaka. By Brian Zimmerman
Pg 31. Glassworms: A Live or Frozen Treat for even the Most Finicky Fish. By Konrad Schmidt
2015 Vol 40 No 2
Pg 3. Eureka, Topeka! (Shiner, That Is). By Ray Katula
Pg 8. Summary of Genetic Studis related to Notropis topeka (Topeka Shiner). By George R. Cunningham
Pg 10. Minnesota Fishes: Just How Many Species are there Anyway?. By Jay Hatch
Pg 22. TYCC puts in a Hard Day’s work on Pueblo Fish Passage Project. By Melanie Dabovich
Pg 24. O2 tabs do they Really Work?. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 26. Photography and Post-Processing Techniques for Native Fishes. By Scott Smith and Jesse Bissette
Pg 30. Blood River Bottoms Wildlife Management Area Provides Habitat for Rare Aquatic Species. By Matthew Thomas and Stephanie Brandt
2015 Vol 40 No 3
Pg 4. Spring Break 2015 NANFA Style. By Casper Cox (with help from Fritz Rohde)
Pg 15. Species in a Bucket. By Edwin Philip Pister
Pg 23. Panchax vs. Killifish: The Origin of “Panchax”. By Albert J. Klee
2015 Vol 40 No 4
Pg 3. Gar Farming. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 10. Late-Spawning Suckers of New York’s Adirondack Mountains. By Douglas Carlson, Richard Morse, and Evon Hekkala
Pg 15. One Member’s Road to Percidae Husbandry. By Ken Glackin
Pg 22. 2015 NANFA Convention in Oklahoma. By Jenny Kruckenberg
Pg 33. The NANFA 2015 Convention: An Oklahoma Perspective. By Brandon Brown
Pg 34. North Carolina Biologists Hope to Restore Rare Fish in Pee Dee River. From NC Wildlife Resources Commission
Pg 36. How I got to where I am today. By Henry W. Robison
2016 Vol 41 No 1
Pg 3. The Goodeids something new, rare, and different. By Greg Sage
Pg 7. Confounding Ciscoes. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 16. Kentucky’s Threatened and Endangered Fishes Blackside Dace (Chrosomus cumberlandensis). By Douglas Michael A. Floyd, PhD
Pg 19. Some Observations on the Waccamaw Killifish (Fundulus waccamensis) with Notes on Spawning in Captivity. By Doug Stuber, with Joseph Scanlan, MD
Pg 23. The “Chrome Minnow” of North America keeping and spawning the rainbow shiner Notropis chrosomus). By Ray Katula
Pg 26. Current State of the Invasion: 50 Years of the Black Acara in Florida. By Ryan Crutchfield
Pg 30. Let the Invasion Begin. By Melvin C. Bowler
2016 Vol 41 No 2
Pg 3. From the “Ol’ South” To farther South: Killies, Mollies, Cichlids, Characins, and Knifefish in Honduras. By Dustin Smith
Pg 13. My Idea for Long-Distance Fish Transport. By Ken Glackin
Pg 16. Curious Cases of Fish Occurrence: Minnow Mysteries. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 23. Accidental Discovery Increases Killifish Breeding Success. By Arthur J J Leuterman, Ph.D
Pg 25. Serendipity the Nothonotus wapiti Story. By Dave Etnier
Pg 27. Buck Darter Described by Friend of NANFA Tom Near and NANAFA Member Matt Thomas. By Thomas J. Near and Matthew R. Thomas
Pg 28. How I got to where I am today; Reflections the Evolution of California Department of Fish and Wildlife Programs Since 1953. By Phil Pister
2016 Vol 41 No 3
Pg 3. Suckers, Students, and Science: Studying the Sicklefin redhorse in Georgia. By Dr. Johnathan Davis
Pg 9. A Darter Festival?. By Casper Cox
Pg 17. Iowa’s Longear Sunfish Mystery Solved...Maybe. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 19. Interview: Roughfish.com founder Corey Geving. By Jenny Kruckenberg
Pg 22. An Introduction to Underwater Photography. By Bryce Gibson
Pg 26. Many Hands Make Small Work; New Stream Crossing Benefits People and Native Fishes. By Craig Springer
Pg 28. A new species of darter from Missouri: keeping and culturing the Meramec saddled darter (Etheostoma erythrozonum). By Ray Katula
2016 Vol 41 No 4
Pg 5. Iowa’s Curious Record for Lake Chub (Couesius plumbeus). By John Olson
Pg 19. BAPPING Natives. By Bryan Stefansky
Pg 23. In Search of Minnesota’s Crossover Connections. By Konrad Schmidt
Pg 33. The 2016 NANFA Convention in New Hampshire. By Joshua Jarvis
2017 Vol 42 No 1
Pg 5. Fundulus notii, a Starhead Topminnow. By Charles Nunziata
Pg 10. Pure Colorado Trout Saved by California. By Phil Phister
Pg 16. Freshwater Snorkeling: Why and How to Get More People into the Water. By Jim Herrig
Pg 21. Some Observations of Shortnose Gar (Lepisosteus platostomus) Behaviors in the Mississippi River and Bowfin (Amia calva) Feeding. By Ray Katula
Pg 23. A Southern Illinois Outing. By Lance Merry
Pg 25. Keeping the Yucatan Sailfin Molly (Poecilia velfera). By Greg Sage
Pg 29. Bunker Nature Center's Snorkeling the Stillwater River Project. By Deb Oexmann
2017 Vol 42 No 2
Pg 3. Pacific Lamprey Restoration in the Elwha River Drainage Following Dam Removals. By Mary L. Moser and Rebecca L. Paradis
Pg 9. Lifelist Angling the Peruvian Amazon. By Josh Leisen
Pg 22. Peruvian Amazon 2014. By Dustin Smith
Pg 27. Fishes Found Near Pucallpa, Peru. By Scott Smith
Pg 37. Keeping and Breeding the One-Sided Livebearer Jenynsia lineata. By Greg Sage

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