The Ozark shiner, Notropis ozarcanus, an endemic species of the Ozark Highlands, was studied from 1994-1995 to determine its present distribution and conservation status in Arkansas. One-hundred and four collections of fishes were made from throughout the historic range of the Ozark shiner. A total of 91 Ozark shiners was collected during the two-year study. The present state distribution is described as well as the conservation status of the Ozark shiner in Arkansas. The largest populations seem to be present in the protected Buffalo River.
Robison, Henry W.
"Distribution and Status of the Ozark Shiner, Notropos ozarcanus Meek, in Arkansas,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 51
, Article 24.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol51/iss1/24