The Fishes of Crooked Creek (White River Drainage) in Northcentral Arkansas, with New Records and a List of Species
A survey of the fishes of Crooked Creek, White River Drainage, in northcentral Arkansas was conducted using personal collections, historical records, literature records, and the Arkansas Fishes Database. The study revealed a total of 65 species of fishes distributed among 14 families. Earlier records of only 36 species in 10 families were documented. This study documents a total of 29 species and four families as new to the Crooked Creek stream system. In addition, no endangered or threatened species were collected
Robison, H. W.; McAllister, C. T.; and Shirley, K. E.
"The Fishes of Crooked Creek (White River Drainage) in Northcentral Arkansas, with New Records and a List of Species,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 65, Article 16.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol65/iss1/16