A survey of the fishes of Sylamore Creek in northcentral Arkansas yielded a total of 15,041 specimens representing 44 species, including one hybrid, distributed among 11 families. The three most abundant fishes collected were: Notropis pilsbryi Fowler, Dionda nubila (Forbes), and Notropis telescopus (Cope), respectively. Two species, Campostoma anomalum pullum (Agassiz), and N. pilsbryi, were collected at every station. Sylamore Creek is a clear predominantely spring-fed stream that originate in the Ozark Mountains of northcentral Arkansas and empties into the White River 72.3 km above Bates vilie. Sylamore Creek is composed of two branches, North and South Sylamore, which comprise the bulk of the watershed. Both branches flow through extremely rugged and scenic country before joining to form Sylamore Creek proper. After the confluence of both branches, the Creek flows 0.8 km before emptying into the White River at Allison, Arkansas.
Frazier, George C. and Beadles, John K.
"Fishes of Sylamore Creek, Stone County, Arkansas,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 31
, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol31/iss1/13