The fishes of Moro Creek, a fifth order stream tributary of the lower Ouachita River in southern Arkansas, were sampled from 1972-1977. Field collections, literature records and museum records revealed a total of 63 species representing 14 families. An undescribed cyprinid, the bluehead shiner, is reported from Moro Creek for the first time. In general, longitudinal zonation of fish species was apparent as species diversity increased downstream. Stream inhabitants were typical Coastal Plain fishes of the lower Ouachita River system.
Robison, Henry W. and Winters, Stephen A.
"Fishes of Morrow Creek, a Lower Ouachita River Tributary, in Southern Arkansas,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 32
, Article 24.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol32/iss1/24