A collecting trip account in Stow Town Forest, Massachusetts.
Review of the book Fishes of the World.
Discovery of the town of Welaka, FL, while searching for the bluenose shiner.
Observation of spawning in a stream and the subsequent raising of the fry in an aquarium.
Account of a collecting trip near Jackson, MS.
Good tips about fish collecting.
Update on listing of three fishes as endangered.
Description of the ecology and urbanization of the Pine Barrens.
Review of the booklet Endemic Fishes of the Colorado River System-- A Status Report.
A member tells how he became interested in native fishes.
Announcement of the passing of Dr. Carl Hubbs.
Color phases of the Olympic mudminnow may be a result of substrate color.
Food preferences of the Olympic mudminnow.
List of the killifish of North America.
Pister, E. P.
Description of the origin and purposes of the Desert Fishes Council.
Spawning and feeding johnny darters in aquaria.
General overview of fish behavior.
The importance of understanding the biological needs of fishes in aquaria, rather than just their physical environmental needs.
Habitats and their associated fishes around Louisville, Ky.
List of rare and endangered fishes of Canada; reprinted from The Canadian Field-Naturalist.
Summary of the Tellico Dam (of snail darter fame) project to date.
Notice is given that a report on the status of the Kendall Warm Springs dace (WY) has been published.
USFWS recovery plans for the humpback chub are summarized in this very short article.
Rare desert fishes-- their habitat and plight; reprinted from the Nature Conservancy News.
Letter from the Desert Fishes Council to NANFA members about MX Missile System proposal; includes lists of affected fishes.
Corcoran, Gerald C.
Account of mishaps encountered by the Marine Education Center in Biloxi, Miss, while trying to replenish its fish collection.
A brief history of ichthyology, from Aristotle to present.
Aquarium rearing of the starhead topminnow.
Summary of papers and research presented at the Desert Fishes Council Symposium.
Effects of chemical, thermal and visual shock on fish in aquaria.
Tips on mailing fish.
Pursuit of an unknown shiner species in eastern Pennsylvania.
Langhammer, James K.
Introduction to species of goodeids and their value as aquarium fishes; from Greater Detroit Aquarium Society.
Rearing and breeding the red-tailed goodeid in aquaria.
List of fishes collected in a creek near Spartanburg, SC.
Catfish communication is described.
Factors which affect the amount of food to give fish.
The Corvallis (OR) Environmental Research Laboratory's research on acid rain is described.
Two outdoor magazine's articles on acid rain are recommended.
Description of the problems of ORVs in deserts.
An article on the negative effects of snowmobile exhaust on brook trout is cited.
Summary of the problems of Los Angeles using Mono Lake as a water supply.
Distribution, biology and habitat of the tessellated darter.
Observations of pumpkinseed sunfish spawning in a pond, and a recommendation to learn to fish-watch.
Rearing and shipping the rainbow darter.
List of cave fishes of the United States
Aquarium rearing of the bowfin.
Rearing and breeding the brook stickleback.
Methods by which fish are aged; reprinted from Outdoor California.
Introduction to leeches--their habitat, types and feeding.
Problems with some views of economics and environmental regulations; reprinted from National Wildlife Federation's Conservation News.
Marine aquaria setup, chemistry, filtration and maintenance.
Account of a collecting trip.
Editorial on the need for NANFA to insist that all U.S. states recognize native fishes as aquarium fishes.
Keeping the golden shiner, creek chub and southern redbelly dace in aquaria; reprinted from Fish Tales.
General comments on native fishes as aquarium fishes with recommendations on fishes for a community tank.
Recommendations and techniques on collecting and keeping several minnow species.
Editorial about tropical fish enthusiasts’ lack of knowledge about North American natives fishes.
Recommendation to observe fishes for their genetic mutations, with the idea of creating new strains.
Brief summary of the rivers and geographical provinces of North Carolina.
Why natives are as good or better than tropicals.
Habitats of the San Marcos gambusia and fountain darter.
Humorous look at fish sex ratios.