Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas
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Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas

By Artie L. Metcalf
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  • Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas
  • BY
    • ARTIE L. METCALF
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF STREAMS
  • CLIMATE
    • Table 1.—Cubic Feet Per Second of Water Discharged at Gauging Stations in Chautauqua, Elk, Montgomery, and Cowley Counties for Years Prior to 1951.
      • Table 2.—Monthly Means of Daily Discharge in Cubic Feet per Second for Big Caney River at Elgin, Kansas
    • Table 2.—Monthly Means of Daily Discharge in Cubic Feet per Second for Big Caney River at Elgin, Kansas
  • PRESENT FLORA
  • HISTORY
    • Table 3.—Sewage Disposal Facilities in Some South-central Kansas Communities.
  • CONSERVATION
  • PREVIOUS ICHTHYOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS
    • Table 4.—Collections Made by Dr. Frank B. Cross of the State Biological Survey in 1955.
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • MATERIALS AND METHODS
  • COLLECTING STATIONS
  • ANNOTATED LIST OF SPECIES
  • FISHES OF DOUBTFUL OR POSSIBLE OCCURRENCE
  • FAUNAL COMPARISONS OF DIFFERENT STREAMS
    • Table 5.—Species of Fishes Collected and Number of Stations in Each Stream System at Which Each Species Was Found.
  • DISTRIBUTIONAL VARIATIONS WITHIN THE SAME STREAM
    • Table 6.—Relative Abundance in Per Cent of Fishes in Collections From Three Stream Segments.
      • Big Caney River
      • Grouse Creek
    • Big Caney River
    • Grouse Creek
  • FAUNAS OF INTERMITTENT STREAMS
    • Table 7.—Percentages of Fishes Taken on Crab Creek.
      • Table 8.—Fish Taken in Nine Pools on Upper Beaver Creek (Progressing From Downstream to Upstream).
      • Table 9.—Fishes Taken in a Tributary of Grouse Creek.
    • Table 8.—Fish Taken in Nine Pools on Upper Beaver Creek (Progressing From Downstream to Upstream).
    • Table 9.—Fishes Taken in a Tributary of Grouse Creek.
  • EAST-WEST DISTRIBUTION
    • Table 10.—Present Westernmost Records of Some Fishes in the Arkansas River Basin in Kansas.
  • SUMMARY
    • Arkansas River Fauna
      • Lower Walnut River Fauna
      • Caney-Elk-Grouse Main Stream Fauna
      • Upland Tributary Fauna
    • Lower Walnut River Fauna
    • Caney-Elk-Grouse Main Stream Fauna
    • Upland Tributary Fauna
  • LITERATURE CITED
    • 27-7079
  • UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
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