One plant and five invertebrate species are thought to be endemic to Magazine Mountain, Logan County, Arkansas. The mountain is the highest point in the Interior Highlands reaching 2,753 feet. Previous studies have recorded over 650 species of plants including (or in addition to) 27 fern species. The animal fauna is less well known. It is suggested that an inventory of the biota of the mountain could be completed within the foreseeable future. It is further suggested that such an inventory would be useful in answering questions relevant to understanding the evolution and biogeography of selected taxa in North America. A list of collecting localities and approximate locations are given.
Allen, Robert T.
"Biota of Magazine Mountain (I): An Outline of the Natural History of Magazine Mountain,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 45
, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol45/iss1/5