Although vertebrates are a commonly studied group of animals, the distribution and natural history of many species within Arkansas is still not well understood or documented. However, recently several new distribution and natural history notes have been published in a continuing series regarding Arkansas’s vertebrates (e.g. Tumlison and Robison 2010; Connior et al. 2011, Connior et al. 2012). Thus, we continue to augment current literature with new records of distribution and provide notes on the natural history of selected vertebrates from Arkansas. All voucher specimens (physical or photographic) are deposited in the vertebrate collections at either Arkansas State University (ASUMZ), Henderson State University (HSU), or South Arkansas University (SAU).
Connior, M. B.; Tumlison, C. Renn; Robison, H. W.; Placyk, J. S. Jr.; and McAllister, C. T.
"Additional Vertebrate Records and Natural History Notes from Arkansas,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 67
, Article 30.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol67/iss1/30