Llista de peixos d'Oklahoma

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Localització d'Oklahoma als Estats Units

Aquesta llista de peixos d'Oklahoma inclou 189 espècies de peixos que es poden trobar actualment a Oklahoma (Estats Units) ordenades per l'ordre alfabètic de llurs noms científics.

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  1. Hall, G. E. i R. M. Jenkins, 1954. Notes on the age and growth of the pirate perch, Aphredoderus sayanus, in Oklahoma. Copeia 1954(1):69.
  2. 2,0 2,1 Burr, B. M., Cashner, R. C. i Pflieger, W. L., 1979. Campostoma oligolepis and Notropis ozarcanus (Pisces: Cyprinidae), two additions to the known fish fauna of the Illinois River, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Southwest. Nat. 24, 381-383.
  3. 3,0 3,1 Orth, D. J. i Maughan, E., 1981. Estimated Stream Flow Requirements for Fishes of the Washita River Below Foss Reservoir, Western Oklahhoma. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 17: 831–843. [1]
  4. Jenkins, R. M., 1957. The effect of gizzard shad on the fish population of a small Oklahoma lake. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 85(1):58-74.
  5. Ming, A. D., 1968. Life history of the grass pickerel, Esox americanus vermiculatus in Oklahoma. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Bull. 8. 65 p.
  6. Moore, G. A. i C. C. Rigney, 1952. Taxonomic status of the percid fish Poecilichthys radiosus in Oklahoma and Arkansas with the descriptions of two new subspecies. Copeia 1952 (núm. 1): 7-15, Pls. 1-2.
  7. 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,3 Franssen, N. R. i Tobler, M., 2013. Upstream effects of a reservoir on fish assemblages 45 years following impoundment. Journal of Fish Biology, 82: 1659–1670. [2]
  8. Martin, M., 1954. Age and growth of the gold eye, Hiodon alosoides (Rafinesque), of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 33:37-49.
  9. 9,0 9,1 Edds, D. R., Matthews, W. J. i Gelwick, F. P., 2002. Resource use by large catfishes in a reservoir: is there evidence for interactive segregation and innate differences?. Journal of Fish Biology, 60: 739–750.
  10. Finnell, J. C. i R. M. Jenkins, 1954. Growth of channel catfish in Oklahoma waters: 1954 revision. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 41:37 p.
  11. Stewart, D. R. i Long, J. M., 2015. Growth and contribution of stocked channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque, 1818): the importance of measuring post-stocking performance. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 31: 695–703.
  12. Robison, H. W., 1985. Notropis snelsoni a new cyprinid from the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Copeia 1985 (núm. 1): 126-134.
  13. 13,0 13,1 13,2 Hubbs, C. L. & Ortenburger, A. I., 1929. Further notes on fishes of Oklahoma with descriptions of new species of Cyprinidae. Publications University Oklahoma Biological Survey, vol. 1 (núm. 2): 17-43.
  14. Mense, J. B., 1967. Ecology of the Mississippi silversides, Menidia audens (Hay), in Lake Texoma. Oklahoma Fish. Res. Laboratory Bull. 6:32.
  15. Jenkins, R. M. i G. E. Hall, 1953. Growth of largemouth bass in Oklahoma. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 30:44 p.
  16. Wright, G. L., 1991. Results of a water level management plan on largemouth bass recruitment in Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma. P. 126-130. A: J.L. Cooper i R.H. Hamre (eds.). Warmwater Fish. Symp. 1, Scottsdale, AZ (USA), 4-8 June 1991. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Stn., Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, Washington DC, USA USDA Forest Serv.
  17. Lehtinen, S. i A. A. Echelle, 1979. Reproductive cycle of Notropis boops (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in Brier Creek, Marshall County, Oklahoma. Am. Midl. Nat.102(2):237-243.
  18. Hubbs, C. L. & Ortenburger, A. I., 1929. Oklahoma and Arkansas fishes. Or: Fishes collected in Oklahoma and Arkansas in 1927. Publications University Oklahoma Biological Survey, vol. 1 (núm. 3): 45-112.
  19. Ortenburger, A. I. & Hubbs, C. L., 1927. A report on the fishes of Oklahoma, with descriptions of new genera and species. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science Pt. 1, vol. 6 (art. 19): 123-141.
  20. 20,0 20,1 Humphries, J. M. i R. C. Cashner, 1994. Notropis suttkusi, a new cyprinid from Ouachita uplands of Oklahoma and Arkansas, with comments on the status of Ozarkian populations of Notropis rubellus. Copeia 1994(1):82-90.
  21. Moore, G. A. & Reeves, J. D., 1955. Hadropterus pantherinus, a new percid fish from Oklahoma and Arkansas. Copeia 1955 (núm. 2): 89-92, Pl. 1.
  22. Jones, R. N., O. E. Maughan, H. W. Robison i R. J. Miller, 1983. The leopard darter, Percina pantherina: status of populations in Glover Creek, McCurtain County, Oklahoma and Cossatot River, Arkansas. End. Species Rpt. No. 12. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. 68 pp.
  23. Jenkins, R. M., 1954. Growth of the flathead catfish, Pilodictis olivaris, in Grand Lake (Lake O'the Cherokees), Oklahoma. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 33:11-20.
  24. Houser, A., 1965. Growth of paddlefish in Fort Gibson Reservoir, Oklahoma. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 94(1):91-93.
  25. Hancock, H. M., 1955. Age and growth of some of the principal fishes in Canton Reservoir, Oklahoma, 1951, with particular emphasis on the white crappie. Okla. Fish Game Coun. Proj. Rep., Part 2. 110 p.
  26. Muoneke, M. I., C. C. Henry i O. E. Maughan, 1992. Population structure and food habits of white crappie Pomoxis annularis (Rafinesque) in a turbid Oklahoma reservoir. J. Fish Biol. 41(4):647-654. [3]
  27. Pigg, J. i Pham, T., 1990. The Rudd, Scardinius erythropthalamus, a New Fish in Oklahoma Waters. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 70, 37.
  28. All fishes reported from Oklahoma, United States (contiguous states) - FishBase (anglès)
  29. Mayden, R. L. i F. B. Cross, 1983. Reevaluation of Oklahoma records of the southern cavefish, Typhlichthys subterraneus (Girard) (Amblyopsidae). Southwestern Naturalist, vol. 28 (núm. 4): 471-473.
  30. Miller, R. J. i Robison, H. W., 1973. The Fishes of Oklahoma. Oklahoma State Univ. Press, Stillwater. xii + 246 pp.
  31. Miller, R. J. i H. W. Robison, 2004. Fishes of Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma Press. [4] (anglès)
  32. Jester, D. B., A. A. Echelle, W. J. Matthews, J. Pigg, C. M. Scott i K. D. Collins, 1992. The fishes of Oklahoma, their gross habitats, and their tolerance of degradation in water quality and habitat. Proceedings from the Oklahoma Academy of Science 72:7-19. [5]

Bibliografia[modifica]

  • Branson, B. A., 1967. Fishes of the Neosho River System in Oklahoma. Am. Midi, Nat. 78, 126-154.
  • Cashner, R.C. i Matthews, W.J., 1988. Changes in the Known Oklahoma Fish Fauna From 1973 to 1988. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 68, 1-7.
  • Houser, A. i M. G. Bross, 1963. Average growth rates and length-weight relationships for fifteen species of fish in Oklahoma waters. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 85:75 p.
  • Hubbs, C. i J. Pigg, 1976. The effects of impoundments on threatened fishes of Oklahoma. Proceedings from the Oklahoma Academy of Science 5: 113-117.
  • Jackson, S. W. Jr., 1957. Comparison of the age and growth of four fishes from lower and upper Spavinaw Lakes, Oklahoma. Proc. S. E. Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 11:232-249.
  • Jenkins, R., R. Elkin i J. Finnell, 1955. Growth rates of six sunfishes in Oklahoma. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 49:1-73.
  • Jenkins, R. M., 1953. Growth histories of the principal fishes in Grand Lake (O' the Cherokees), Oklahoma, through thirteen years of impoundment. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 34:1-87.
  • Jenkins, R. M., 1957. A preliminary study of the standing crop of fish in Oklahoma waters. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Spec. Rep. mimeo.
  • Jenkins, R. M., E. M. Leonard i G. E. Hall, 1952. An investigation of the fisheries resources of the Illinois River and pre-impoundment study of Tenkiller Reservoir, Oklahoma. Okla. Fish. Res. Lab. Rep. 26:136 p.
  • Jester, D. B., Grigsby, E. M., Carroll, B., Fowlkes, J., Gordon, J., Lindley, L., Lowery, M. i Trumbull, E., 1988. Ecology of Tahlequah Creek, a Small Ozark Creek in Oklahoma. TR88-2. Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma City.
  • Matthews, W. J. i Marsh-Matthews, E., 2003. Effects of drought on fish across axes of space, time and ecological complexity. Freshwater Biology, 48: 1232–1253. [6]
  • Moore, G. A., 1973. Discovery of Fishes in Oklahoma (1852-1972). Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 53, 1-26.
  • Pigg, J., R. Gibbs i J. Stahl, 1992. Distribution records for three new introduced species of the ichthyofauna of Oklahoma waters. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 72:1-2.
  • Robison, H. W., G. A. Moore i R. J. Miller, 1974. Threatened fishes of Oklahoma. Proceedings from the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 54: 139-146.
  • Rutherford, D. A., A. A. Echelle i O. E. Maughan, 1987. Changes in the fauna of the Little River Drainage, southeastern Oklahoma, 1948-1955 to 1981-1982: a test of the hypothesis of environmental degradation. Pàgs. 178-183 a W. Matthews i D. Heins, eds. Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. Universitat d'Oklahoma, Norman. 312 pp.
  • Rutherford, D. A., A. A. Echelle i O. E. Maughan, 1992. Drainage-wide effects of timber harvesting on the structure of stream fish assemblages in southeastern Oklahoma. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society. 121:716-728.
  • Taber, C. A., 1969. The distribution and identification of larval fishes in the Buncombe Creek arm of Lake Texoma with observations on spawning habits and relative abundance. Universitat d'Oklahoma. 120 p. Ph.D. thesis.
  • Taylor, C., 1996. Abundance and distribution within a guild of benthic stream fishes: local processes and regional patterns. Freshwater Biology, 36: 385–396. [7]

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