Arkansas Arthropod Bibiography

A bibliography of the insects, spiders, mites, ticks, crustaceans,
and related animals that occur in the State of Arkansas

-- Compiled by Jeffrey K. Barnes

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Subphylum Chelicerata
Class Arachnida
..
Order Scorpiones (Scorpions)
..Order Araneae (Spiders)
..Order Opiliones (Harvestmen,    
....Daddy-longlegs)
..Order Acari (Mites and Ticks)
..Order Pseudoscorpiones



Subphylum Crustacea
Class Branchiopoda
..Order Anostraca (Fairy Shrimps)
..Order Cladocera (Water Fleas)
Class Copepoda (Copepods)
Class Ostracoda (Ostracods)
Class Cirripedia (Barnacles)
Class Malacostraca
..Order Amphipoda (Sand Fleas)
..Order Isopoda (Sowbugs, Pillbugs)
..Order Decapoda (Crayfish, shrimp)


Subphylum Labiata
Superclass Myriapoda
Class Diplopoda (Millipedes)
Class Chilopoda (Centipedes)
Class Pauropoda (Pauropods)
Class Symphyla (Symphylans)

Subphylum Labiata
Superclass Hexapoda
Class Parainsecta
..Order Protura (Protruans)
..Order Collembola (Springtails)
Class Entognatha
..Order Diplura (Diplurans)
Class Insecta (Insects)
..Order Archeognatha (Jumping
.... Bristletails)
..Order Thysanura (Bristletails)
..Order Ephemeroptera (Mayflies)
..Order Odonata (Dragonflies,
.... Damselflies)
..Order Orthoptera (Grasshoppers,
.... Crickets)
..Order Mantodea (Mantids)
..Order Blattodea (Cockroaches)
..Order Isoptera (Termites)
..Order Dermaptera (Earwigs)
..Order Embiidina (Webspinners)
..Order Plecoptera (Stoneflies)

..Order Phthiraptera (Lice)
..Order Hemiptera (True Bugs)
..Order Homoptera (Hoppers, Aphids,
.... Scales)
..Order Thysanoptera (Thrips)
..Order Neuroptera (Lacewings,
.... Dobsonflies)
..Order Coleoptera (Beetles)
..Order Mecoptera (Scorpionflies)
..Order Siphonaptera (Fleas)
..Order Diptera (Flies, Mosquitoes, Gnats)
..Order Trichoptera (Caddisflies)
..Order Lepidoptera (Moths, Butterflies)
..Order Hymenoptera (Wasps, Bees, Ants)

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Endangered, Endemic, and Invasive Arthropods
Arthropod Biogeography
Fossil Arthropods
Cave Arthropods
Aquatic Arthropods
Miscellaneous

 

Scorpions• Subphylum Chelicerata, Class Arachnida, Order Scorpiones

Baerg, W. J. 1961. Scorpions: biology and effect of their venom. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 649. 34 pages.

Dorris, P. R. 1971. Phosphorescent animal forms in Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 25: 69.

Ewing, H. E. 1928. The scorpions of the western part of the United States, with notes on those occurring in northern Mexico. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 73 (9). 24 pages.

Shelly, R. M., and W. D. Sissom. 1995. Distributions of the scorpions Centruroides vittatus (Say) and Centruroides hentzi (Banks) in the United States and Mexico (Scorpiones, Buthidae). Journal of Arachnology 23: 100-110.

Yamashita, T. 2004. Surface activity, biomass, and phenology of the striped scorpion, Centruroides vittatus (Buthidae) in Arkansas, USA. Euscorpius 12-17: 25-33.

Spiders• Subphylum Chelicerata, Class Arachnida, Order Araneae

Baerg, W. J. 1936. The black widow. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 325. 34 pages.

Baerg, W. J. 1959. The black widow and five other venomous spiders in the United States. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 608. 43 pages.

Baldridge, C. D., and M. D. Moran. 2001. Behavioral means of coexisting in old fields by heterospecific arthropod predators (Araneae: Lycosidae, Salticidae; Insecta: Coleoptera, Carabidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 102 (1): 81-88.

Beck, M. L., and P. R. Dorris. 1982. A continuation of spider research in Arkansas: East Central Ozark Mountain area. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 20-22.

Beck, M. L., and P. R. Dorris. 1983. Twenty-two new species of spiders for the Arkansas checklist. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 78-79.

Berman, J. D., and H. W. Levi. 1971. The orb weaver genus Neoscona in North America (Araneae: Araneidae). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 141 (8): 465-500.

Carico, J. E. 1973. The Nearctic species of the genus Dolomedes (Araneae: Pisauridae). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 144 (7): 435-488.

Cutler, B. 2003. A new subspecies of Philodromus rufus (Araneae, Philodromidae). Journal of Arachnology 31 (1): 142-144.

Dillaha, C. J., G. T. Jansen, W. M. Honeycutt, and C. R. Hayden. 1963. The gangrenous bite of the brown recluse spider in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society 60 (3): 91-94.

Dondale, C. D., and J. H. Redner. 1978. Revision of the Nearctic wolf spider genus Schizocosa (Araneida: Lycosidae). Canadian Entomologist 110: 143-181.

Dorris, P. R. 1968. A preliminary study of the spiders of Clark County Arkansas compared with a five year study of Mississippi spiders. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 22: 33-37.

Dorris, P. R. 1969. An addition to the list of spiders collected in Clark County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 23: 91-93.

Dorris, P. R. 1969. Spiders collected from mud-dauber nests in Clark County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 23: 88-90.

Dorris, P. R. 1972. Checklist of spiders collected in Mississippi compared with preliminary study of Arkansas spiders. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 26: 83-86.

Dorris, P. R. 1980. A continuation of spider research in Arkansas: Gulf Coastal Plains. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 34: 108-112.

Dorris, P. R. 1983. Spiders collected from abandoned mine tunnels on the Ouachita National Forest. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science: 37: 81-82.

Dorris, P. R. 1985. A check-list of the spiders of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 39: 34-39.

Dorris, P. R. 1985. Checklist of the spiders of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 41. 12 pages.

Dorris, P. R. 1989. Additional records of spiders in Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62: 284-288.

Dorris, P. R. 1991. Spiders collected in southeast Arkansas by the pit trap method. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 45: 25-26.

Dorris, P. R., and F. L. Burnside, Jr. 1972. A continuation of spider research in Arkansas: Ouachita Mountain area. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 31: 114-116.

Dorris, P. R., H. W. Robison, and C. Carlton. 1995. Spiders (Arthropoda: Aranea) from deciduous forest litter of the Ouachita Highlands. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 49: 45-48.

Dorris, P. R., and L. C. Thompson. 1986. Spiders collected in Southeast Arkansas using pitfall traps placed in pine-hardwood forests that received various forestry treatments - a preliminary list. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 40: 86-87.

Eason, R. R., W. B. Peck, and W. H. Whitcomb. 1967. Notes on spider parasites, including a reference list. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 40 (3): 422-434.

Eason, R., and W. H. Whitcomb. 1965. Life history of the dotted wolf spider, Lycosapunctulata Hentz (Araneida: Lycosidae). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 19: 11-20.

Exline, H. 1962. Two gnaphosid spiders from Arkansas. Proceedings of the California Academy of Science 32: 79-85.

Edwards, G. B. 2004. Revision of the jumping spiders of the genus Phidippus (Araneae: Salticidae). Occasional Papers of the Florida State Collection of Arthropods 11: 1-156.

Gertsch, W. J. 1992. Distribution patterns and speciation in North American cave spiders with a list of the troglobites and revision of the cicurinas of the subgenus Cicurella. Texas Memorial Museum Speleological Monograph 3: 75-122.


Griswold, C. E. 1987. A revision of the jumping spider genus Habronattus F. O. P. Cambridge (Araneae; Salticidae), with phenetic and cladistic analysis. University of California Publications in Entomology 107: 344 pages.

Heiss, J. S. 1977. Faunal study of spiders collected from pitfall traps in Newton and Union County of Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 58 pages.

Heiss, J. S. 1979. Progress in Arkansas spider research (abstract). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 52(3): 590.

Heiss, J. S. 1984. A preliminary report on spiders associated with rice in Arkansas (abstract). American Arachnology 30: 11.

Heiss, J. S., and R. T. Allen. 1986. The Gnaphosidae of Arkansas. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 885. 67 pages.

Heiss, J. S., V. E. Harris, and J. R. Phillips. 1988. An illustrated and annotated key to the cotton spiders of Arkansas. Journal of Entomological Science 23 (1): 1-35.

Heiss, J. S., and M. V. Meisch. 1985. Spiders (Araneae) associated with rice in Arkansas, with notes on species composition of populations. Southwestern Naturalist 30 (1): 119-127.

Hill, H., P. R. Dorris, and L. C. Thompson. 1995. Influence of pine silvicultural systems on spider population diversity in Drew County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 49: 65-70.

Hite, M. 1964. Notes on the natural habitat of the brown recluse spider. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 18: 10-11.

Hite, J. M., W. J. Gladney, J. L. Lancaster Jr, and W. H. Whitcomb. 1966. Biology of the brown recluse spider. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 711. 26 pages.

Hufford, D. C. 1977. The brown recluse spider and necrotic arachnidism: a current review. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society 74 (3): 126-129.

Levi, H. W. 1971. The diadematus group of the orb-weaver genus Araneus north of Mexico (Araneae: Araneidae). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 141 (4): 131-179.

Maddison, W. P. 1996. Pelegrina Franganillo and other jumping spiders formerly placed in the genus Metaphidippus (Araneae: Salticidae). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 154 (4): 215-368.

Masner, L., and J. Denis. 1996. The Nearctic species of Idris Foerster. Part 1: The melleus-group (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae). Canadian Entomologist 128 (1): 85-114.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

Parker, R., and P. R. Dorris. 1995. Additions to the list of Schizocosa (Family Lycosidae) for Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 49: 127-129.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Peck, W. B. 1981. The Ctenidae of temperate zone North America. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 170 (1): 157-169.

Peck, W. B., L. O. Warren, and I. L. Brown. 1971. Spider fauna of shortleaf and loblolly pines in Arkansas. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 6 (2): 87-94.

Peck, W. B., and W. H. Whitcomb. 1970. Studies on the biology of a spider, Chiracanthium inclusum (Hentz). University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 753. 76 pages.

Peck, W. B., and W. H. Whitcomb. 1978. The phenology and populations of ground surface, cursorial spiders in a forest and a pasture in the south central United States. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 42: 131-138.

Slay, M.E., D.W. Fong, and M.D. Kottmyer.  2009.  Meta ovalis (Aranea: Tetragnathidae) observed preying on a troglobiotic milliped, Causeyella (Chordeumatida: Trichopetalidae).  Speleobiology Notes 1: 3-5.

Smith, A. M. 1994. Tarantula spiders: tarantulas of the U.S.A. and Mexico. Fitzgerald Publishing, London. 196 pages.

Stratton, G. E. 1997. A new species of Schizocosa from the southeastern USA (Araneae, Lycosidae). Journal of Arachnology 25 (1): 84-92.

Suffridge, P. J., B. R. Smoller, and P. R. Carrington. 1999. Spiders and Borreliaburgdorferi: no evidence of reservoir occurrence in central Arkansas. International Journal of Dermatology 38: 296-297.

Wallace, H. K., and H. Exline. 1978. Spiders of the genus Pirata in North America, Central America and the West Indies (Araneae: Lycosidae). Journal of Arachnology 5 (1): 1-112.

Warren, L. O., W. B. Peck, and M. Tadic. 1967. Spiders associated with the fall webworm, Hyphantriacunea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 40 (3): 382-395.

Warriner, M. 2008. Distribution and taxonomic status of tarantulas in Arkansas (Theraphosidae: Aphonopelma). Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 107-114.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Whitcomb, W. H., and R. Eason. 1967. Life history and predatory importance of the striped lynx spider (Araneida: Oxyopidae). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 21: 54-58.

Whitcomb, W. H., H. Exline, and M. Hite. 1963. Comparison of spider populations of ground structures in Arkansas pasture and adjacent cultivated field. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 17: 34-39.

Whitcomb, W. H., H. Exline, and R. C. Hunter. 1963. Spiders of the Arkansas cotton field. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 56 (5): 653-660.

Whitcomb, W. H., and M. Tadic. 1963. Araneida as predators of the fall webworm. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 36 (3): 186-190.

Harvestmen, Daddy-Longlegs• Subphylum Chelicerata, Class Arachnida, Order Opiliones

Benson, T. J. and N. A. Chartier. 2010. Harvestmen as predators of bird nestlings. Journal of Arachnology 38 (2): 374-376.

Goodnight, J., and M. Goodnight. 1942. New Phalangodidae (Phalangida) from the United States. American Museum Novitates No. 1188. 18 pp.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Shear, W. 1975. The opilionid genera Sabacon and Tomicomerus in America (Opiliones, Troguloidea, Ischyropsalidae). Journal of Arachnology 3:5-29.

Mites and Ticks• Subphylum Chelicerata, Class Arachnida, Order Acari

Anonymous. 1995. Tickborne diseases in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society 92 (2): 84-86.

Anthony, C. D., J. R. Mendelson III, and R. R. Simons. 1994. Differential parasitism by sex on plethodontid salamanders and histological evidence for structural damage to the nasolabial groove. American Midland Naturalist 132 (2): 302-307.

Baerg, W. J. 1944. Ticks and other parasites attacking northern cliff swallows. Auk 61: 413-414.

Calhoun, E. L. 1954. Natural occurrence of tularemia in the lone star tick, Ambylomma americanum (Linn.), and the dogs in Arkansas. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 3: 360-366.

Conroy, J. C. 1991. New species in the genus Sperchonopsis in North America with a description of a new subgenus, Sperchonopsella . (Part 2). Acarologia (Paris) 32 (2): 151-161.

Cooley, R. A., and G. M. Kohls. 1942. Ixodes baergi, a new species of tick from Arkansas (Acarina: Ixodidae). Public Health Reports (U. S. Public Health Service) 57 (49): 1869-1872.

Cooley, R. A., and G. M. Kohls. 1944. The genus Amblyomma (Ixodidae) in the U. S. Journal of Parasitology 30: 77-111.

Dennis, D., T. Nekomoto, J. Victor, W. Paul, and J. Piesman. 1998. Reported distribution of Ixodes scapularis and Ixodes pacificus (Acari: Ixodidae) in the United States. Journal of Medical Entomology 35: 629-638.

Eisen, L. 2007. A call for renewed research on tick-borne Francisella tularensis in the Arkansas-Missouri primary national focus of Tularemia in humans. Journal of Medical Entomology 44 (3): 389-397.

Elliot, W., and R. Strandtmann. 1971. New locality records for Rhagidia from Mexican and American caves. Journal of the Knass Entomological Society 44: 468-475.

Ellis, H. R. 1975. Common ticks in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society 71 (11): 380-382.

Goddard, J., and C. P. McHugh. 1990. Impact of a severe tick infestation at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas on Volant Scorpion military training. Military Medicine 155 (6): 277-280.

Gullo, S. 1998. Hard ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from selected counties of Arkansas, and the detection of Borrelia burgdorferi DNA in potential tick vectors by using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 135 pages.

Hair, J. A., and D. E. Howell. 1970. Lone star ticks: their biology and control in Ozark recreation areas. Oklahoma State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin B-679. 47 pages.

Hummel, N. A., B. A. Castro, E. M. McDonald, M. A. Pellerano and R. Ochoal. 2009. The panicle rice mite, Steneotarsonemus spinki Smiley, a re-discovered pest of rice in the United States. Crop Protection 28 (7): 547-560.

Husband, R. W., and D. O. Husband. 2003. New records of Crotalomorpha camini Lindquist and Krantz (Acari: Crotalomorphidae) and a new species of Eutarsopolipus (Acari: Podapolipidae) parasitic on Stenolophus (Agonoderus) lecontei (Chaudoir) (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from the central United States. International Journal of Acarology 29 (4): 339-344.

Husband, R. W., and D. O. Husband. 2005 [published 22 May 2006]. Distribution of Crotalomorphidae and Podapolipidae (Acari: Heterostigmata), ectoparasites of Stenolophus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in North America. Great Lakes Entomologist 38 (1 & 2): 51-57.

Kardatke, J. T., K. Neidhardt, D. P. Dzuban, J. L. Sanchez, and A. F. Azad. 1992. Cluster of tick-borne infections at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas: rickettsiae and Borrelia burgdorferi in ixodid ticks. Journal of Medical Entomology 29 (4): 669-672.

Keirans, J. E., and C. M. Clifford. 1978. The genus Ixodes in the United States: a scanning electron microscope study and key to adults. Journal of Medical Entomology, Supplement 20: 1-149.

Keirans, J. E., L. A. Durden, and C. E. Hopla. 1993. Description of the immature stages of Ixodes (Pholeoixodes) baergi (Acari: Ixodidae), a parasite of cliff swallows in the United States. Journal of Medical Entomology 30 (4): 735-739.

Khaustov, A. A., and R. W. Husband. 2004. Three new species of Archidispus Karafiat (Acari: Scutacaridae) phoretic on beetles of the genus Stenolophus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from the U.S.A. International Journal of Acarology 30 (3): 239-249.

Koch, H. G. 1982. Seasonal incidence and attachment sites of ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) on domestic dogs in southeastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas, USA. Journal of Medical Entomology 19: 293-298.

Lancaster, J. L. Jr. 1955. Biology and seasonal history of the lone star tick in Northwest Arkansas. Journal of Economic Entomology 48: 295-297.

Lancaster, J. L. Jr. 1957. Control of the lone star tick. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Report Series 67. 16 pages.

Lancaster, J. L. Jr. 1957. The lone star tick, Amblyomma americanum : a contribution toward a monograph of the ticks of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 10: 38-43.

Lancaster, J. L. Jr. 1973. A guide to the ticks of Arkansas. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 779. 39 pages.

Lancaster, J. L. Jr. 1979. Checklist of the ticks of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 23. 1 page.

Larimore, R. W. 1987. Synchrony of cliff swallow nesting and development of the tick, Ixodes baergi. Southwestern Naturalist 32 (1): 121-126.

McAllister, C. T. 1980. Observations on the incidence of chiggers, Eutrombicula alfreddugesi (Oudemans) on Crotaphytus (Sauria: Iguanidae) in Izard County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 34: 125.

McAllister, C. T., C. R. Bursey, S. J. Upton, S. E. Trauth, and D. B. Conn. 1995. Parasites of Desmognathus brimleyorum (Caudata: Plethodontidae) from the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 62 (2): 150-156.

McAllister, C. T., S. E. Trauth, and C. R. Bursey. 1995. Metazoan parasites of the graybelly salamander, Eurycea multiplicata griseogaster (Caudata: Plethodontidae), from Arkansas. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 62 (1): 70-73.

McAllister, C. T., S. E. Trauth, and C. R. Bursey. 1995. Parasites of the pickerel frog, Rana palustris (Anura: Ranidae), from the southern part of its range. Southwestern Naturalist 40 (1): 111-116.

McLean, R. G., L. J. Kirk, R. B. Shriner, P. D. Cook, E. E. Myers, J. S. Gill, and E. G. Campos. 1996. The role of deer as a possible reservoir host of Potosi virus, a newly recognized arbovirus in the United States. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 32 (3): 444-452.

Meyer, J. A. 1981. Comparison of habitat modification, animal control, and standard spraying for control of the lonestar tick, Amblyomma americanum (L.). Dissertation Abstracts International B Sciences And Engineering 42 (6): 2220-2221.

Meyer, J. A., J. L. Lancaster Jr, and J. S. Simco. 1982. Comparison of habitat modification, animal control and standard spraying for control of the lone star tick. Journal of Economic Entomology 75 (3): 524-529.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Niedbala, W. 1985. Essai critique sur Mesoplophora (Acari, Oribatida, Mesoplophoridae). Annales Zoologici (Warsaw) 39 (2-7): 93-117.

Niedbala, W. 2002. Ptyctimous mites (Acari, Oribatida) of the Nearctic Region. Monographs of the Upper Silesian Museum 2002 (4): 261pages.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Polechla, P. J. Jr. 1996. New host records of ticks (Acarina; Ixodidae) parasitizing the river otter (Lutra canadensis). IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin 13 (1): 8-13.

Richardson, D. J., L. A. Durden, and D. E. Snyder. 1994. Ectoparasites of the raccoon (Procyon lotor) from north-central Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 67 (2): 208-212.

Schwart, B. S., J. L. Sanchez, M. L. Sanders, and R. F. DeFraites. 1996. Tick avoidance behaviors associated with a decreased risk of anti-tick salivary gland protein antibody seropositivity in military personnel exposed to Amblyomma americanum in Arkansas. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 55 (4): 410-416.

Simpson, K. K., and L. W. Hinck. 1993. The prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi , the Lyme disease spirochete, in ticks and rodents in northeast Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy Of Science 47: 110-115.

Steinkraus, D. C., and E. A. Cross. 1993. Description and life history of Acarophenax mahunkai, n. sp. (Acari, Tarsonemina: Acarophenacidae), an egg parasite of the lesser mealworm (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86 (3): 239-249.

Steinkraus, D. and J. Zawislak. 2000. Spider mites on Arkansas cotton: wild host plants and chemical control. Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences 2: 1255-1257.

Stephen, F. M., and D. N. Kinn. 1980. Spatial distribution of mite associates of within-tree populations of Dendroctonus frontalis Zimm. Environmental Entomology 9 (5): 713-715.

Taulman, J. F., and R. E. Thill. 1994. Southern flying squirrels in mature pine/hardwood stands in the Ouachita and Ozark National Forests of Arkansas. U. S. Forest Service General Technical Report SO 112: 82-102.

Trout, R.T. and C.D. Steelman. 2010 Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) Parasitizing canines and deer in Arkansas. Journal of Entomological Science 45 (2): 140-149.

Trout, R.T., C. D. Steelman and A.L. Szalanski. 2009. Population genetics and phylogeography of Ixodes scapularis from canines and deer in Arkansas. Southwestern Entomologist 34 (3): 273-287.

Trout, R.T., C.D. Steelman and A.L. Szalanski. 2010. Population Genetics of Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from Arkansas. Journal of Medical Entomology 47 (2): 152-161.

Trout, R.T., Steelman, C.D., Szalanski, A.L. and K. Loftin. 2010. Establishment of Amblyomma maculatum (Gulf Coast Tick) in Arkansas, USA. Florida Entomologist 93 (1): 120-122.

Trout, R., C. D. Steelman, A. L. Szalanski and P. C. Williamson. 2010. Rickettsiae in Gulf Coast Ticks, Arkansas, USA. Emerging Infectious Diseases 16 (5 ): 830-832.

Tugwell, P., and J. L. Lancaster Jr. 1962. Results of a tick-host study in Northwest Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 35 (1): 202-211.

Tugwell, P., and J. L. Lancaster Jr. 1963. Notes on the seasonal occurrence of six tick species in Northwest Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 36 (3): 167-171.

Vidrine, M. F. 1986. Anodontinatax, new subgenus (Acari: Unionicolidae: Unionicola), in Holarctic fresh-water mussels (Unionidae: Anodontinae), with a re-evaluation of related taxa. International Journal of Acarology 12 (2): 95-104.

Vidrine, M. F. 1986. Five new species in the subgenus Parasitatax (Acari: Unionicolidae: Unionicola) from North America and Asia, with a re-evaluation of related species. International Journal of Acarology 12 (3): 141-153.

Vidrine, M. F., and D. R. Clark. 1994. Freshwater mussel-mite associations in the upper Ouachita River, Montgomery County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 56: 8-12.

Warner, R. D., E. D. Jamelka, and W. E. Jessen. 1996. An outbreak of tick-bite-associated illness among military personnel subsequent to a field training exercise. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 209 (1): 78-81.

Washburn, A. M, and J. M. Tuohy. 1949. The changing picture of tularemia transmission in Arkansas. Southern Medical Journal 42: 60-62.

Whalley, H. D. 1999. Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) parasitizing coal skink (Eumeces anthracinus). Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 35 (3): 76-78.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Wicht, M. C. Jr, and A. C. Rowland. 1987. Fauna and distribution of free living chiggers (Acarina: Trombiculida) in Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 41: 115-116.

Winter, D. A., W. M. Zawada, and A. A. Johnson. 1986. Comparison of the symbiotic fauna of the family Plethodontidae in the Ouachita Mountains of western Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 40: 82-85.

Wolfenbarger, K. A. 1952. Systematic and biological studies on North American chiggers of the genus Trombicula, subgenus Eutrombicula (Acarina, Trombiculidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 45: 645-677.

Zacharda, M., D. Fong, H. H. Hobbs, III, E. Piva, M. E. Slay, and S. J. Taylor. 2010. A review of the genus Traegaardhia (Acari, Prostigmata, Rhagidiidae) with descriptions of new species and a key to species. Zootaxa 2474: 1-64.

Pseudoscorpions• Subphylum Chelicerata, Class Arachnida, Order Pseudoscorpiones

Davis, R. K. 1997. Identification and interrelationship of pseudoscorpions and filth flies inhabiting broiler-breeder hen facilities in Northwest Arkansas. Master's thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Hoff, C. C. 1945. New species and records of pseudoscorpions from Arkansas. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 64: 34-57.

Hoff, C. C. 1958. List of the pseudoscorpions of North America north of Mexico. American Museum Novitates 1875. 50 pages.

Hoff, C. C., and J. E. Bolsterli. 1956. Pseudoscorpions of the Mississippi River drainage basin area. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 75 (2): 155-179.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

Muchmore, W. B. 1967. New cave pseudoscorpions of the genus Apochthonius (Arachnida: Chelonethida). Ohio Journal of Science 67: 89-95.

Muchmore, W. B. 1976. New species of Apochthonius, mainly form caves in central and eastern United States (Pseudoscorpionida, Chthoniidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 89: 67-80.

Muchmore, W. B. 2001. Review of the genus Tartarocreagris, with descriptions of new species (Pseudoscorpionida: Neobisiidae). Texas Memorial Museum, Speleological Monographs 5:57-72.


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Fairy Shrimps• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Branchiopoda, Order Anostraca

Harp, G. L., G. Leeds, and H. W. Robison. 1997. First report on the fairy shrimps (Branchiopoda: Anostraca) of Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 42 (3): 259-264.

Water Fleas• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Branchiopoda, Order Cladocera

Havel, J. E. 2005. Environmental limits to a rapidly spreading exotic cladoceran. Ecoscience 12 (3): 376-385.

Jackson, D. C., and E. H. Schmitz. 1987. Zooplankton abundances in vegetated and non-vegetated areas: implications for fisheries management. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 41: 214-220.

Rickett, J. D., and R. L. Watson. 1994. First record of Leptodora kindti in Dardanelle Reservoir and status of other recent additions to Dardanelle Fauna. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 48: 261-263.

Roseberg, R. B., and M. Karnes. 1984. The influence of DeGray Reservoir on zooplankton populations in the Caddo and Ouachita Rivers. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 38: 96-97.

Roseberg, R. B., and T. Moen. 1981. New record of Leptodora kindtii (Focke) (Crustacea: Cladocera) in Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 26 (1): 74-75.

Schram, M. D., A. V. Brown, and D. C. Jackson. 1990. Diel and seasonal drift of zooplankton in a headwater stream. American Midland Naturalist 123 (1): 135-143.

Smith, S. B., and T. E. Moen. 1983. Zooplankton population structure in three reservoirs near the Ouachita Mountain-Gulf Coastal Plain interface. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 99-100.

Copepods• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Copepoda

Cressey, R., and P. Nutter. 1987. Reidentification of David Causey's Caligus collections (Crustacea: Copepoda). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 100 (3): 600-602.

Jackson, D. C., and E. H. Schmitz. 1987. Zooplankton abundances in vegetated and non-vegetated areas: implications for fisheries management. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 41: 214-220.

Moulton, S. R. II, L. W. Hinck, and G. L. Harp. 1987. A new record of parasitism in the fantail darter, Etheostoma flabellare Rafinesque (Percidae: Etheostomatini). Journal of Parasitology 73 (5): 940.

Reid, Janet W. 2007. Arctodiaptomus dorsalis (Marsh): a case history of copepod dispersal. Banisteria 30: 3-18.

Reid, J. W., G. W. Hunt, and E. H. Stanley. 2003. A new species of Stygonitocrella (Crustacea: Copepoda: Ameiridae), the first report of the genus in North America. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116 (4): 996-1006.

Roseberg, R. B., and M. Karnes. 1984. The influence of DeGray Reservoir on zooplankton populations in the Caddo and Ouachita Rivers. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 38: 96-97.

Schram, M. D., A. V. Brown, and D. C. Jackson. 1990. Diel and seasonal drift of zooplankton in a headwater stream. American Midland Naturalist 123 (1): 135-143.

Smith, S. B., and T. E. Moen. 1983. Zooplankton population structure in three reservoirs near the Ouachita Mountain-Gulf Coastal Plain interface. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 99-100.

Ostracods• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Ostracoda

Hoare, R. D., and R. H. Mapes. 2000. Ostracodes from the Imo Formation (Misissippian , Chesterian) of North Central Arkansas. Paleontological Society Memoir 52: 1-23.

Pitakpaivan, K., and J. E. Hazel. 1994. Ostracods and chronostratigraphic position of the Upper Cretaceous Arkadelphia Formation of Arkansas. Journal Of Paleontology 68 (1): 111-122.

Barnacles• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Cirripedia

Merrill, G. K. 1979. Unusual substrate adaptation in Late Paleozoic acrothoracic barnacles. Journal of Paleontology 53 (6): 1433-1435.

Zullo, V. A., E. E. Russell, and F. F. Mellen. 1987. Brachylepas Woodward and Virgiscalpellum Withers (Cirripedia) from the Upper Cretaceous of Arkansas. Journal of Paleontology 61 (1): 101-111.

Sand Fleas, Beach Fleas, Scuds• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Amphipoda

Graening, G. O., M. E. Slay, and J. R. Holsinger. 2005. Annotated checklist of the Amphipoda of Arkansas with emphasis upon groundwater habitats. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59: 80-87.

Graening, G., M. Slay, and J. Holsinger. 2005. Checklist of the Amphipoda of Arkansas with emphasis upon ground water habitats. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59:63-70.

Holsinger, J. R. 1967. Systematics, speciation, and distribution of the subterranean amphipod genus Stygonectes (Gammaridae). United States National Museum Bulletin 259. 176 pages.

Holsinger, J. R. 1967. Systematics, speciation, and distribution of the subterranean amphipod genus Stygonectes (Gammaridae). United States National Museum Bulletin 259:1-176.

Holsinger, J., T. Sawicki, and G. Graening. 2006. Bactrurus speleopolis, a new species of subterranean amphipod crustacean (Crangonyctidae) from caves in northern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 119(1)15-24.

Hubricht, L. 1943. Studies in the nearctic freshwater Amphipoda, III. Notes on the freshwater Amphipoda of eastern United States, with descriptions of ten new species. American Midland Naturalist 29:683-712.

Hubricht, L., and J. G. Mackin. 1940. Descriptions of nine new species of fresh-water amphipod crustaceans with notes and new localities for other species. American Midland Naturalist 23: 187-218..

Johnson, D. M. 1979. Checklist of the amphipods of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 18. 1 page.

Jun Zhang and J. R. Holsinger, John R. 2003. Systematics of the freshwater amphipod genus Crangonyx (Crangonyctidae) in North America. Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir 6): i-iv, 1-274.

Koenemann, S., and J. Holsinger. 2001. Systematics of the North American subterranean amphipod genus Bactrurus (Crangonyctidae). Beaufortia 51(1):1-56.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Robison, H. W. and J. R. Holsinger. 2000. First record of the subterranean amphipod crustacean Allocrangonyx hubrichti (Allocrangonyctidae) in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 54): 153.

Sarver, R. J. and K. B. Lister. 2004. Surface stream occurrence and updated distribution of Allocrangonyx hubrichti holsinger (Amphipoda: Allocrangonyctidae), an endemic subterranean amphipod of the interior highlands. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19 (2): 165-168.

Smith, S., Jr., R. E. Lizotte, Jr. and S. S. Knighat. 2007. Pesticide body residues of Hyalella azteca exposed to Mississippi Delta sediments. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 78 (1): 26-29.

Zhang, J., and J. R. Holsinger. 2003. Systematics of the freshwater amphipod genus Crangonyx (Crangonyctidae) in North America. Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir 6.

Sowbugs, Pillbugs• Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Isopoda

Causey, D. 1952. The terrestrial Isopoda of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 5: 25-30.

Causey, D. 1953. Additional records of terrestrial isopods in Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 6: 51-50.

Fleming, L. E. 1972. The evolution of the eastern North American isopods of the genus Asellus (Crustacea: Asellidae). International Journal of Speleology 4: 221-256.

Fleming, L. E. 1972. Four new species of troglobitic asellids (Crustacea: Isopoda) from the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 84 (57): 489-500.

Graening, G.O., M. E. Slay, D. B. Fenolio, Dante B. and H. W. Robison. 2007. Annotated checklist of the Isopoda (Subphylum Crustacea: Class Malacostraca) of Arkansas and Oklahoma, with emphasis upon subterranean habitats. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 87: 1-14.

Lewis, J. J. 1981. Caecidotea salemensis and C . fustis new subterranean asellids from the Salem Plateau (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 94 (2): 579-590.

Lewis, J. J. 1983. Caecidotea fonticulus, the first troglobitic asellid from the Ouachita Mountains (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98 (1): 149-153.

Lewis, J. J. 1999. Caecidotea simulator, a new subterranean isopod from the Ozark Springfield Plain (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 112 (1): 175-180.

Lichtwardt, R. W., and S. T. Moss. 1984. New Asellariales (Trichomycetes) from the hindguts of aquatic isopods and springtails. Mycotaxon 20 (2): 259-274.

Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1938. Records of distribution of species of isopods in central and southern United States, with descriptions of four new species of Mancasellus and Asellus (Asselota, Asellidae). American Midland Naturalist 19: 628-637.

Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1940. Descriptions of seven new species of Caecidotea (Isopoda, Asellidae) from Central United States. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 59: 383-397.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Robison, H. W., and M. D. Schram. 1987. Checklist of the aquatic Isopoda of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 48. 2 pages.

Schram, M. 1980. The troglobitic Asellidae (Crustacea: Isopoda) of Northwest Arkansas. Master's thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 55 pages.

Schram, M. D. 1982. New records for troglobitic asellids from Northwest Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 102-103.

Schram, M. D. 1983. A new record of Caecidotea steevesi (Isopoda: Asellidae) from Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 28 (1): 100.

Williams, W. D. 1970. A revision of North American epigean species of Asellus (Crustacea: Isopoda). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 49. 80 pages.

Crayfish and Shrimps Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Decapoda

Bedinger, M. S., and H. H. Hobbs Jr. 1965. Observations of a new troglobitic crayfish. National Speleological Society Bulletin 27 (3): 93-96.

Bouchard, R. W., and H. W. Robison. 1980. An inventory of the decapod crustaceans (crayfishes and shrimps) of Arkansas, with a discussion of their habitats. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 34: 22-30.

Bouchard, R. W., and H. W. Robison. 1982. Checklist of the crayfishes of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 34. 2 pages.

Bowles, D. E., K. Aziz, Karim and C. L. Knight. 2000. Macrobrachium (Decapoda: Caridea: Palaemonidae) in the contiguous United States: a review of the species and an assessment of threats to their survival.

Crandall, K. A. 1998. Conservation phylogenetics of Ozark crayfishes: assigning priorities for aquatic habitat protection. Biological Conservation 84 (2): 107-117.

Dukat, H., and D. D. Magoulick. 1999. Effects of predation on two species of stream-dwelling crayfish (Orconectes marchandi and Cambarus hubbsi ) in pool and riffle macrohabitats. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 53: 45-49.

Fitzpatrick, J. F. 1965. A new subspecies of the crawfish Orconectes leptogonopodus from the Ouachita River drainage in Arkansas. Tulane Studies in Zoology 12 (3): 87-91.

Fitzpatrick, J. F. Jr. 1978. A new crawfish of the subgenus Girardiella , genus Procambarus from northwest Arkansas (Decapoda, Cambaridae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 91 (2): 533-538.

Fitzpatrick, J. F. Jr. 1990. Procambarus ( Pennides ) vioscaipaynei, a new subspecies of crawfish from the east of the Mississippi River (Decapoda, Cambaridae). American Midland Naturalist 123 (2): 259-267.

Flinders, C. A. and D. D. Magoulick, D. D. 2003. Effects of stream permanence on crayfish community structure. American Midland Naturalist 149 (1): 134-147.

Flinders, C. A, and D. D. Magoulick. 2005. Distribution, habitat use and life history of stream-dwelling crayfish in the spring river drainage of Arkansas and Missouri with a focus on the imperiled mammoth spring crayfish (Orconectes marchandi). American Midland Naturalist 154 (2): 358-374.

Flinders, C. A. and D. D. Magoulick. 2007 Habitat use and selection within Ozark lotic crayfish assemblages: spatial and temporal variation. Journal of Crustacean Biology 27 (2): 242-254.

Gelder, S. R. 1996. Description of a new branchiobdellidan species, with observations on three other species, and a key to the genus Pterodrilus (Annelida: Clitellata). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 109 (2): 256-263.

Graening, G. O., H. H. Hobbs III, M. E. Slay, W. B. Elliott, and A. V. Brown. 2006. Status update for bristly cave crayfish, Cambarus setosus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), and range extension into Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 51(3): 382-392.

Graening, G. O., J. B. Koppelman, B. K. Wagner, M. E. Slay, and C. L. Brickey. 2006. Range extension and status update of the endangered Hell Creek cave crayfish, Cambarus zophonastes (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Southwestern Naturalist 51 (3): 392-396.

Graening, G. O., M. E. Slay, A. V. Brown, and J. B. Koppelman. 2006. Status and distribution of the endangered benton cave crayfish, Cambarus aculabrum (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Southwestern Naturalist 51(3): 376-381.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. 1948. Two new crayfishes of the genus Orconectes from Arkansas with a key to the species of the hylas group. American Midland Naturalist 39 (1): 139-150.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. 1950. A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from Oklahoma and Arkansas (Decapoda, Astacidae). Journal of the Washington Academy of Science 40 (6): 194-198.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. 1973. New species and relationships of the members of the genus Fallicambarus. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 86 (4): 461-482.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. 1977. The crayfish Bouchardina robisoni , a new genus and species (Decapoda, Cambaridae) from southern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 89 (2): 733-742.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. 1979. A new crayfish from the Ouachita River Basin in Arkansas (Cambaridae: Decapoda). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 92 (4): 804-811.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and M. S. Bedinger. 1964. A new troglobitic crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda, Astacidae) from Arkansas with a note on the range of Cambarus cryptodytes Hobbs. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 77: 9-16.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and A. V. Brown. 1987. A new troglobitic crayfish from northwestern Arkansas (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 100 (4): 1040-1048.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and H. W. Robison. 1982. A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from southwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 95 (3): 545-553.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and H. W. Robison. 1985. A new burrowing crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaride) from southwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98 (4): 1035-1041.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and H. W. Robison. 1988. The crayfish subgenus Girardiella (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in Arkansas, with the descriptions of two new species and a key to the members of the gracilis group in the genus Procambarus . Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101 (2): 391-413.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and H. W. Robison. 1989. On the crayfish genus Fallicambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in Arkansas, with notes on the fodiens complex and descriptions of two species. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102 (3): 651-697.

Holt, P. C. 1988. Four new species of cambarincolids (Clitellata: Branchiobdellida) from the southeastern United States with a redescription of Oedipodrilus macbaini (Holt, 1955). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101 (4): 794-808.

Koppelman, J. B., and D. E. Figg. 1995. Genetic estimates of variability and relatedness for conservation of an Ozark cave crayfish species complex. Conservation Biology 9 (5): 1288-1294.

Larson, E. R. and D. D. Magoulick. 2008 Comparative life history of native (Orconectes eupunctus) and introduced (Orconectes neglectus) crayfishes in the Spring River drainage of Arkansas and Missouri. American Midland Naturalist 160 (2): 323-341.

Larson, E. R. and D. D. Magoulick. 2009 Does juvenile competition explain displacement of a native crayfish by an introduced crayfish? Biological Invasions 11 (3): 725-735.

Larson, E. R., D. D. Magoulick, C. Turner, and K. H. Laycock. 2009. Disturbance and species displacement: different tolerances to stream drying and desiccation in a native and an invasive crayfish. Freshwater Biology 54 (9): 1899-1908.

Ludlam, J. P. and D. D. Magoulick. 2009. Spatial and temporal variation in the effects of fish and crayfish on benthic communities during stream drying. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (2): 371-382.

Magoulick, D. D. and R. J. DiStefano. 2007. Invasive crayfish Orconectes neglectus threatens native crayfishes in the Spring River drainage of Arkansas and Missouri. Southeastern Naturalist 6 (1): 141-150.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Meek, S. E. 1894. A new Cambarus from Arkansas. American Naturalist 28: 1042-1043.

Price, J. O. 1982. The life history and ecology of the crayfish Orconectes neglectus chaenodactylus in North Sylamore Creek, Arkansas. Dissertation Abstracts International B Sciences and Engineering 43 (2): 333.

Price, J. O., and J. F. Payne. 1984. Postembryonic to adult growth and development in the crayfish Orconectes neglectus chaenodactylus Williams, 1952 (Decapoda, Astacidae). Crustaceana (Leiden) 46 (2): 176-194.

Price, J. O., and J. F. Payne. 1984. Size, age, and population dynamics in an r-selected population of Orconectes neglectus chaenodactylus Williams (Decapoda, Cambaridae). Crustaceana (Leiden) 46 (1): 29-38.

Rabalais, M. R. and D. D. Magoulick. 2006 Influence of an invasive crayfish species on diurnal habitat use and selection by a native crayfish species in an Ozark stream. American Midland Naturalist 155 (2): 295-306.

Rabalais, M. R. and D. D. Magoulick. 2006. Is competition with the invasive crayfish Orconectes neglectus chaenodactylus responsible for the displacement of the native crayfish Orconectes eupunctus? Biological Invasions 8 (5): 1039-1048.

Reimer, R. D. 1963. The crawfish of Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Reimer, R. D. 1966. Two new species of the genus Cambarus from Arkansas (Decapoda, Astacidae). Tulane Studies in Zoology 13 (1): 9-15.

Robison, H. W and B. Crump. 2004. Distribution, natural history aspects, and status of the Arkansas endemic crayfish, Fallicambarus harpi Hobbs and Robison, 1985. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 58): 91-94.

Robison, H. W., B. G. Crump, C. T. McAllister, C. Brummett, and E. A. Bergey. 2009. Distribution, life history aspects, and conservation status of the Mena crayfish, Orconectes (Procericambarus) menae (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 89: 47-55.

Robison, H. W., and G. Leeds. 1996. Distribution and natural history aspects of the Arkansas endemic crayfish, Cambarus causeyi Reimer. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 50: 105-109.

Robison, H. W. and B. K. Wagner. 2005. Status survey of the Arkansas endemic crayfish, Fallicambarus gilpini Hobbs and Robison. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59): 158-162.

Robison, H. W. and C. T. McAllister. 2008. Additional distributional records of the Ouachita Mountain crayfish, Procambarus tenuis (Decapoda: Cambaridae), in Arkansas and Oklahoma, with notes on ecology and natural history. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 88): 27-33.

Robison, H. W. and C. T. McAllister. 2010 Status and geographic distribution of the endemic bayou bodcau crayfish (Bouchardina robisoni) in Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 55 (3): 449-452.

Schram, F. R., and R. H. Mapes. 1984. Imocaris tuberculata , n. gen., n. sp. (Crustacea: Decapoda) from the Upper Mississippian Imo Formation, Arkansas. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 20 (11): 165-168.

Turner, H. M. 2006. Distribution and prevalence of Allocorrigia filiformis (Trematoda: Dicrocoeliidae), a parasite of the crayfish Procambarus clarkii, within the state of Louisiana and the Lower Mississippi River Valley, U.S.A. Comparative Parasitology 73 (2): 274-278.

Turner, H. M. 2009. Additional distribution and prevalence records for Alloglossidium dolandi (Digenea: Macroderoididae) and a comparison with the distribution of Alloglossidium caridicolum, parasites of procambarid crayfish, within the coastal plains of the southeastern United States. Comparative Parasitology 76 (2): 283-286.

Westhoff, J. T., J. A. Guyot and R. J. DiStefano. 2006 Distribution of the imperiled Williams' crayfish (Orconectes williamsi) in the White River drainage of Missouri: associations with multi-scale environmental variables. American Midland Naturalist 156 (2): 273-288.

Wetzel, J. E., W. J. Poly, and J. W. Fetzner, Jr. 2004. Morphological and genetic comparisons of golden crayfish, Orconectes luteus, and rusty crayfish, O. rusticus, with range corrections in Iowa and Minnesota. Journal of Crustacean Biology 24 (4): 603-617.

Williams, A. B. 1952. Six new crayfishes of the genus Orconectes (Decapoda: Astacidae) from Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 55 (2): 330-351.

Williams, A. B. 1954. Speciation and distribution of the crayfishes of the Ozark Platueas and Ouachita Provinces. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 36, part II (12): 803-918.

Willis, L. D., and A. V. Brown. 1985. Distribution and habitat requirements of the Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsisrosae . American Midland Naturalist 114 (2): 311-317.

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Millipedes• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Myriapoda, Class Diplopoda

Allen, R. T. 1988. Additions to the known endemic flora and fauna of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 42: 18-21.

Bollman, C. H. 1888. A preliminary list of the Myriapoda of Arkansas with descriptions of new species. Entomologica Americana 4 (1): 1-8.

Causey, N. B. 1950. Five new Arkansas millipedes of the genera Eurymerodesmus and Paresmus (Xystodesmidae). Ohio Journal of Science 50: 267-272.

Causey, N. B. 1950. New genera and species of millipedes – Parajulidae (Juloidea). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 3: 45-48.

Causey, N. B. 1950. A new genus and species of diplopod (Family Xystodesmidae). Natural History Miscellanea (Chicago Academy of Sciences) 73. 3 pages.

Causey, N. B. 1950. Two new polydesmoid diplopods. Entomological News 61 (2): 37-39.

Causey, N. B. 1950. On four new polydesmoid millipeds. Entomological News 61 (7): 193-198.

Causey, N. B. 1951. The milliped assembly Zinaria butlerii isogen. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 4: 73-88.

Causey, N. B. 1951. New genera and species of chordeumoid millipeds in the United States, and notes on some established species. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 64: 147-124.

Causey, N. B. 1951. On Eurymerodesmidae, a new family of Diplopoda (Stronglylosomidea), and a new Arkansas species of Eurymerodesmus . Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 4: 69-71.

Causey, N. B. 1951. On two new colobognath millipeds and records of some established species from east of the Rocky Mountains. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 64: 137-140.

Causey, N. B. 1952. Four new chordeumoid millipeds from the United States (Nematophora, Chordeumoidea). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 65: 111-118.

Causey, N. B. 1952. Some records and description of polydesmoid millipeds from the United States. Natural History Miscellanea (Chicago Academy of Sciences) 106. 11 pages.

Causey, N. B. 1952. On three new eurymerodesmoid millipeds and notes on Paresmusimpurus (Wood). Entomological News 63 (7): 169-176.

Causey, N. B. 1953. On five new North American millipedes and records of some established species. American Midland Naturalist 50: 152-158.

Causey, N. B. 1954. Three new species and new records of southern millipeds. Tulane Studies in Zoology 2 (4): 63-68.

Causey, N. B. 1955. New records and descriptions of polydesmoid millipeds (Order Polydesmida) from the eastern United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 68: 21-30.

Causey, N. B. 1958. Pill millipeds (Desmonidae, Polydesmida) in the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 71: 173-178.

Chamberlain, R. V. 1939. On some diplopods of the family Fontariidae. Bulleton of the University of Utah 39 (2) [Biology Series 5 (3)]: 1-19.

Chamberlain, R. V. 1943. On nine North American polydesmoid millipedes. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 56: 35-40.

Chamberlain, R. V., and R. L. Hoffman. 1958. Checklist of the millipedes of North America. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 212. 236 pages.

Dorris, P. R. 1971. Phosphorescent animal forms in Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 25: 69.

Dunivan, J. D., C. R. Tumlison, and V. R. McDaniel. 1982. Cave fauna of Arkansas: further records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 87-88.

Gardner, M. R. 1975. Revision of the millipede family Andrognathidae in the nearctic region (Diplopoda: Platydesmida). Memoirs of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society 5: 31-53.

Hoffman, R. L. 1999. Checklist of the millipedes of North and Middle America. Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 8: 1-584.

McAllister, C. T., C. S. Harris, R. M. Shelley, and J. T. McAllister, III. 2002. Millipeds (Arthropda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex. I. New distributional and state records for seven counties of the West Gulf Coastal Plain of Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 56: 91-94.

McAllister, C. T. and H. W. Robison. 2009. New geographic distribution records for parajulid millipeds (Diplopoda: Julida), in Arkansas and Texas. Texas Journal of Science 61 (2): 151-157.

McAllister, C. T., W. A. Shear and R. M. Shelley, Rowland M. 2009. Branneria bonoculus (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida: Brannerioidea): new to the milliped fauna of Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 54 (3): 350-351.

McAllister, C. and R. Shelley. 2008. New records of eurymerodesmid millipeds (Diplopoda: Polydesmida) form Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 155-158.

McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley, H. Enghoff, and Z. D. Ramsey. 2005. Distribution of the milliped Virgoiulus minutus (Brandt, 1841): first records from Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas (Julida: Blaniulidae). Western North American Naturalist 65 (2): 258-266,

McAllister, C. T. R. M. Shelley, and J. T. McAllister, III. 2002. Millipeds (Arthropda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex. II. Distributional records for some species of western and central Arkansas and eastern and southeastern Oklahoma. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 56: 95-98.

McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley and J. T. McAllister, III. 2003. Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex. III. Additional records from Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 57: 115-121

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979 [1980]. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Peck, S .B. and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devils Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 36: 46-48.

Shear, W. A. 1972. Studies in the milliped order Chordeumida (Diplopoda): a revision of the family Cleidogonidae and a reclassification of the order Chordeumida in the New World. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 144: 151-352.

Shear, W.A. 1981. The milliped family Tingupidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida, Brannerioidea). American Museum Novitates 2715:1–20.

Shear, W. A. 2003 Branneria bonoculus, n. sp., a second species in the North American milliped family Branneriidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida: Brannerioidea). Zootaxa 233: 1-7.

Shear, W. A. 2003. The millipede family Trichopetalidae, part 1: introduction and genera Trigentotyla Causey, Nannopetalum n. gen., and Causeyella n. gen. (Diplopoda, Chrodeumatida, Cleidogonoidea). Zootaxa 321: 1-36. (www/mapress.com/zootaxa/)

Shelley, R. M. 1979. A synopsis of the milliped genus Cambala, with a description of C. minor Bollman (Spirostreptida: Cambalidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 92: 551-571.

Shelley, R. M. 1982. Revision of the milliped genus Auturus (Polydesmida: Platyrhacidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 60: 3249-3267.

Shelley, R. M. 1984. A synopsis of the milliped genus Abacion Rafinesque (Callipodida:Caspiopetalidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 62: 980-988.

Shelley, R. M. 1988. Revision of the milliped family Eurymerodesmidae (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidea). Memoirs of the American Entomological Society Supplement: No. 37: 1-112.

Shelley, R. M. 1990. Revision of the milliped family Eurymerodesmidae (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidea). Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 37: 1-112.

Shelley, R. M. 2000. Revision of the milliped subfamily Desmoninae (Polydesmida: Sphaeriodesmidae). Myriapodologica 6: 27-54.

Shelley, R. M. and C. T. McAllister. 2006. Composition and distribution of the milliped tribe Pachydesmini west of the Mississippi River (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Western North American Naturalist 66 (1): 45-54.

Shelley, R. M. and C. T. McAllister. 2007. Distribution of the milliped genus Apheloria Chamberlin, 1921; summaries of peripheral localities and ones of A. virginiensis (Drury, 1770) west of the Mississippi River (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Western North American Naturalist 67 (2): 258-269.

Shelley, R. M., C. T. McAllister, and J. L. Hollis. 2003. A new milliped of the genus Abacion Rafinesque, 1820 from Arkansas, U.S.A. (Callipodida: Abacionidae). Zootaxa 170: 1-7.

Shelley, R. M., C. T. McAllister and M. F. Medrano. 2006. Distribution of the milliped genus Narceus Rafinesque, 18210 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae): Occurrences in New England and west of the Mississippi River; A summary of peripheral localities; and first records from Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, and Minnesota. Western North American Naturalist 66 (3): 374-389.

Shelley, R. M., C. T. McAllister, and Z. D. Ramsey. 2005. Discovery of the milliped Scytonotus granulatus (Say, 1821) in Oklahoma and Alabama, with a review of its distribution (Polydesmida: Polydesmidae). Western North American Naturalist 65 (1): 112-117.

Shelley, R. M., C. T. McAllister, and S. B. Smith. 2003. Discovery of the milliped Pleuroloma flavipes (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae) in Texas, and other records from west of the Mississippi River. Entomological News 114 (1): 2-6.

Slay, M. E., D. W. Fong and M. D. Kottmyer. 2009. Meta ovalis (Araneae: Tetragnathidae) observed preying on a troglobiotic milliped, Causeyella (Chordeumatida: Trichopetalidae). Speleobiology Notes 1: 3-5.

Youngsteadt, N. W. 2008. Laboratory observations on the behavior of two troglobitic millipede species in the genus Causeyella (Chordeumatida: Trichopetalidae) from the southern Ozarks. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 111 (1-4): 136-140.

Centipedes• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Myriapoda, Class Chilopoda

Bollman, C. H. 1888. A preliminary list of the Myriapoda of Arkansas with descriptions of new species. Entomologica Americana 4 (1): 1-8.

Bollman, C. H. 1993. The Myriapda of North America. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 46: 1-210.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1911. The Lithobiomorpha of the southeastern states. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 4: 32-48.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1912. The Henicopidae of America north of Mexico. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 3-36.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1912. The Geophilooidea of the southeastern states. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 54: 407-436.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1913. The lithobiid genera Nampabius, Garibius, Tidabius, and Sigibius. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 39-104.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1914. The genus Watobius. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 107-112.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1917. The Gosibiidae of America north of Mexico. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 205-255.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1922. Further studies on North American Lithobiidae. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 259-382.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1925. The Ethopolidae of America north of Mexico. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 385-437.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1925. The genera Lithobius, Neolithobius, Gonibius, and Zinapolys in America north of Mexico. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 57: 441-504.

Chamberlin, R. V. 1942. Notes on a collection of centipedes chiefly from Louisiana, Arkansas, and Missouri (Chilopoda). Entomological News 53: 184-188.

Crabill, R. E., Jr. 1960. A new American genus of cryptopid centipede, with an annotated key to the scolopendromorph genera from America north of Mexico. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 111: 1-15.

Hoffman, R. L., and R. M. Shelley. 1996. The identity of Scolopendra marginata Say (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae). Myriapodologica 4: 35-42.

Leary, W. G. 1991. A preliminary study of the centipedes of the Ozark Interior Highlands of North America. Master's thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 52 pages.

McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley, and M. I. Cameron. 2004. Significant new distribution records for the centipede, Theatops posticus (Say) (Chilopoda, Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae), from Oklahoma with four new records from the Ark-La-Tex. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 84: 73-74.

McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley and J. T. McAllister, III. 2003. Geographic distribution records for scolopendromorph centipedes (Arthropoda: Chilopoda) from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 57: 111-114.

McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley and H. W. Robison. 2006 Additional distributional records for scolopendromorph centipedes (Chilopoda) from Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, with the first report of Theatops spinicaudus (Wood) (Cryptopidae) from Texas. Texas Journal of Science 58 (4): 299-308.

Shelley, R. M. 1990. The centipede Theatops posticus (Say) (Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae) in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Canadian Journal of Zoology 68: 2637-2644.

Shelley, R. M. 1997. The holarctic centipede subfamily Plutoniuminae (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae) (Nomen Correctum Ex Subfamily Plutoniinae Bollman, 1893). Brimleyana 24: 51-113.

Shelley, R. M. 2002. A synopsis of the North American centipedes of the Order Scolopendromorpha (Chilopoda). Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir 5: 108 pages.

PauropodsSubphylum Labiata, Superclass Myriapoda, Class Pauropoda

Allen, R. T. 1990. Eurypauropus spinosus (Arthropoda: Pauropoda: Eupauropodidae) from Arkansas and a key to the North American Eurypauropus species. Entomological News 101 (2): 95-97.

Symphylans• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Myriapoda, Class Symphyla

Allen, R. T. 1988. Additions to the known endemic flora and fauna of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 42: 18-21.

Allen, R. T. 1992. A new species of Hanseniella (Symphyla: Scutigerellidae) from the Interior Highlands of Arkansas. Entomological News 103 (5): 169-174.

Protruans Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Parainsecta, Order Protura

Bernard, E. C. 1990. New species, clarifications, and changes in status within Eosentomon Berlese (Hexapoda: Protura: Eosentomidae) from the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 103 (4): 861-890.

Tipping, C., and R. T. Allen. 1994. Description of two new species of Eosentomon from the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas (Protura, Eosentomidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 67 (3): 253-266.

Tipping, C., and R. T. Allen. 1996. Description of two new species of Eosentomon from the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas with a key to the species with the 6/4 setal pattern on sterna IX/X (Protura: Eosentomidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 103 (3): 287-301.

Springtails• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Parainsecta, Order Collembola

Christiansen, K. 1960. The genus Pseudosinella (Collembola, Entomobryide) in caves of the United States. Psyceh 67: 1-25.

Christiansen, K. A. and P. Bellinger. 1980. The Collembola of North America north of the Rio Grande. Part 3. Family Entomobryidae. Grinnell College. Brinnell, Iowa.

Christiansen, K. and H. Wang. 2006. A revision of the genus Typhlogastrura in North American caves with description of five new species. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 68 (2): 85-98.

Lichtwardt, R. W., and S. T. Moss. 1984. New Asellariales (Trichomycetes) from the hindguts of aquatic isopods and springtails. Mycotaxon 20 (2): 259-274.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Renschin, Michele L.; Thompson, Lynne C.; Shelton, Michael G. 2004. Long-term prescribed burning regime has little effect on springtails in pine stands of southern Arkansas. U S Forest Service General Technical Report SRS 71: 79-81.

Slay, M.E., and G. O. Graening. 2009. Recent collections and additional records of Collembola from Arkansas caves. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 63: 158-162.

Tedder, S. A. 1991. A faunistic survey of the Collembola of Magazine Mountain, Logan County, Arkansas. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 87 pages.

Tedder, S. A., and R. T. Allen. 1989. A preliminary survey of the Collembola of Magazine Mountain, Logan County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 43: 113-114.

Zeppelini, D., S.J. Taylor, and M.E. Slay.  2009.  Cave Pygmarrhopalites Vargovitsh, 2009 (Collembola, Symphypleona, Arrhopalitidae) in United States.  Zootaxa 2204: 1-18.

Diplurans• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Entognatha, Order Diplura

Allen, R. T. 1988. A new species of Occasjapyx from the Interior Highlands (Insecta: Diplura: Japygidae). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 42: 22-23.

Allen, R. T. 1993. A new species of Podocampa from the of North America (Diplura: Campodeidae: Campodeinae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 66 (3): 328-337.

Allen, R. T. 1994. Description of a new genus and species of Campodeidae from the Interior Highlands of North America (Diplura: Campodeidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87 (3): 270-276.

Allen, R. T. 2002. A synopsis of the Diplura of North America: key to higher taxa, systematics, distribution and description of new taxa (Arthropoda: Insecta). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 128 (4): 403-466.

McAllister, C. T. and C. Carlton. 2005. Second record of the dipluran, Occasjapyx carltoni Allen, 1988 (Japygidae), from Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59: 203-204.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

Jumping Bristletails• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Archeognatha

Allen, R. T. 1995. Pedetontusgershneri , a new species of Machilidae from the of North America (Insecta: Microcoryphia). Entomological News 106 (4): 195-198.

Espinasa, L., S. Furst, T. Allen, and M.E. Slay. 2010. A new genus of the subfamily Cubacubaninae (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) from caves in south-central and southwestern USA. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 27: 161-168.

BristletailsSubphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Thysanura

Wygodzinsky, P. 1972. A review of the silverfish (Lepismatidae, Thysanura) of the United States and the Caribbean Area. American Museum Novitates 2481: 26 pages.


Mayflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Ephemeroptera

Childers, N. A. 1981. The mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of Northeast Arkansas. Master’s thesis, Arkansas State University. 50 pages.

Hill, M. A., J. Pfeiffer, and L. M. Jacobus. 2010. A new genus and new species of Baetidae (Ephemeroptera) from lakes and reservoirs in eastern North America. Zootaxa 2481: 61-68.

Love, J. W., C. M. Taylor, and M. L. Warren, Jr. 2005. Predator density and dissorved oxygen affect body condition of Stenonema tripunctatum ( Ephemeroptera, Heptageniidae) from intermittent streams. Hydrobiologia 543: 113-118.

McCafferty, W. P. 1977. Biosystematics of Dannella and related subgenera of Ephemerella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 70 (6): 881-899.

McCafferty, W. P. 2009. New state and provincial North American records for 100 Ephemeroptera species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 135 (3): 353-368.

McCafferty, W. P., and A. V. Provonsha. 1978. The Ephemeroptera of mountainous Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 51 (3): 360-379.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Peters, W. L., and L. O. Warren. 1966. Seasonal distribution of adult Ephemeroptera in northwestern Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 39 (3): 396-401.

Phillips, E. C., and R. V. Kilambi. 1994. Utilization of coarse woody debris by Ephemeroptera in three Ozark streams of Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 39 (1): 58-62.

Phillips, E. C., R. V. Kilambi, and C. E. Carlton. 1994. Life history and secondary production of Ephoronalbum (Say) (Ephemeroptera: Polymitarcyidae) in the Illinois River, Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 67 (3): 242-247.

Ploskey, G. R. 1978. Drift of Baetis flavistriga as a result of feeding activity and in relation to larval density. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 46 pages.

Ploskey, G. R., and A. V. Brown. 1980. Downstream drift of the mayfly Baetisflavistriga as a passive phenomenon. American Midland Naturalist 104 (2): 405-409.

Rowbotham, C. D., and R. T. Allen. 1988. Paraleptophlebia calcarica , n. sp. (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) from western Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 61 (3): 317-320.

Rowbotham, C. D. 1989. The mayfly (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) fauna of the Little Piney Creek, Johnson County, Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 91 pages.

Traver, J. R. 1934. New North American species of mayflies (Ephemerida). Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 50: 189-254.

Dragonflies, Damselflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Odonata

Abbott, J. C. 2005. Dragonflies and damselflies of Texas and the south-central United States: Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Princeton University Press. 424 pages.

Adams, C. C. 1900. Odonata of Arkansas. Entomological News 11 (10): 621-622.

Bick, G. H. 1959. Additional dragonflies (Odonata) from Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 4 (3): 131-133.

Cook, C., and J. J. Daigle. 1985. Ophiogomphus westfalli spec. nov. from the Ozark region of Arkansas and Missouri, with a key to the Ophiogomphus species of eastern North America (Anisoptera: Gomphidae). Odonatologica 14 (2): 89-99.

Cook, C. and E. L. Laudermilk. 2004. Stylogomphus sigmastylus sp. nov., a new North American dragonfly previously confused with S. albistylus (Odonata: Gomphidae). International Journal of Odonatology 7 (1): 3-24.

Dunkle, S. W. 1983. New records of North American Odonata. Entomological News 94 (4): 136-138.

Harp, G. L. 1983. New and unusual records of Arkansas Anisoptera, United States. Notulae Odonatologicae 2 (2): 26-27.

Harp, G. L . 1983. A preliminary report on the Zygoptera (damselflies) of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 87-89.

Harp, G. L. 1985. Further distributional records for Arkansas Anisoptera. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 39: 131-135.

Harp, G. L., and P. A. Harp. 1996. Previously unpublished Odonata records for Arkansas, Kentucky and Texas. Notulae Odonatologicae 4 (8): 127-130.
Harp, G. L., and P. A. Harp. 2003. Dragonflies of the Ouachita National Forest. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 57: 68-75.

Harp, G. L. and P. A. Harp. 2003. Dragonflies (Odonata) of the Ouachita National Forest. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 57: 68-75.

Harp, G. L., and J. D. Rickett. 1977. The dragonflies (Anisoptera) of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 31: 50-54.

Harp, G. L., and J. D. Rickett. 1978. Checklist of dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera) of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 14. 3 pages.

Harp, G. L., and L. Trial. 2001. Distribution and status of Ophiogomphus westfalli (Odonata: Gomphisae) in Missouri and Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 55: 43-50.

Houston, J. 1970. Notes on the habitat and distribution of Odonata in Franklin County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 24: 69-73.

Houston, J. 1980. Checklist of the damselflies (Odonata: Zygoptera) of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 25. 1 page.

Huggins, D. G., and G. L. Harp. 1985. The nymph of Gomphus (Gomphurus) ozarkensis Westfall (Odonata: Gomphidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 58 (4): 656-661.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Phillips, E. C. 1996. Habitat preference of large predatory aquatic insects (Megaloptera and Odonata) in Ozark streams of Arkansas. Texas Journal of Science 48 (4): 255-260.

Rickett, J. 1976. An update of Arkansas Odonata (Anisoptera). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 73-74.

Susanke, G. R. 1986. Selected biological aspects of Gomphus ozarkensis Westfall (Odonata: Gomphidae). Master’s thesis, Arkansas State University. 65 pages.

Susanke, G. R., and G. L. Harp. 1991. Selected biological aspects of Gomphurus ozarkensis (Westfall) (Anisoptera: Gomphidae). Advances in Odonatology 5: 143-151.

Tennessen, K. J. 2004. Cordulegaster talaria, n. sp. (Odonata: Cordulegastridae)) from west-central Arkansas. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 106 (4): 830-839.

Westfall, M. J. Jr. 1975. A new species of Gomphus form Arkansas (Odonata: Gomphidae). Florida Entomologist 58 (2): 91-95.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.


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Grasshoppers, Katydids, Crickets• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Orthoptera

Horsfall, W. R., A. W. Dowell, and C. E. Palm. 1933. Relative importance of grasshoppers in northwestern Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 6 (3): 98-104.

Howard, D. R., A. C. Mason and P. S. M. Hill. 2008. Hearing and spatial behavior in Gryllotalpa major Saussure (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (22): 3613-3618.

Kovarik, P., S. Chordas III, H. Robison, P. Skelley, M. Connior, J. Fiene, and G. Heidt. 2008. Insects inhabiting the burrows of the Ozark pocket gopher in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 75-78.

Otte, D. 1981. The North American Grasshoppers, volume I. Acrididae: Gomphocerinae and Acridinae. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 275 pages.

Otte, D. 1981. The North American Grasshoppers, volume II. Acrididaa: Oedipodinae. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 366 pages.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Song, H. 2004. Revision of the Alatacea group of genus Schistocerca (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Cyrtacanthacridinae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97 (3): 420-436.

Stephenson, S.L., M.E. Slay, C.A. Slay, and A.E. Tuggle.  2007.  Cave crickets (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae) as vectors of dictyostelids (Protista: Dictyostellida).  Entomological News 118: 292-295.

Walker, T. J. 2004. The uhleri group of the genus Amblycorypha (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): extraordinarily complex songs and new songs. Journal of Orthoptera Research 13 (2): 169-183.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Yang, X. B., D. O. Tebeest, and E. L. Moore. 1992. Biological vectors for dispersal of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 46: 96-99.

Mantids• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Mantodea

Harris, S. J., and M. D. Moran. 2000. Life history and population characteristics of the mantid Stagmomantis carolina (Mantodea: Mantidae). Environmental Entomology 29 (1): 64-68.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Cockroaches• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Blattodea

Allen, R. T. 1983. The oldest dead cockroach: fossils – our link to ancient Arkansas history. Arkansas Naturalist 1 (2): 1-4.

Termites• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Isoptera

Austin, J. W., A. Szalanski, and M. T. Messenger. 2004. Mitochondrial DNA variation and distribution of the subterranean termite genus Reticulitermes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in Arkansas and Louisiana. Florida Entomologist 87 (4): 473-480.

Austin, J. W., A. Szalanski, R. H. Scheffrahn and M. T. Messenger. 2005. Genetic variation of Reticulitermes flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in North America applying the mitochondrial rRNA 16S gene. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98 (6): 980-988.

Austin, J. W., A. Szalanski, R. H. Scheffrahn, M. T. Messenger, S. Dronnet, and A. G. Bagneres. 2005. Genetic evidence for the synonymy of two Reticulitermes species: Reticulitermes flavipes and Reticulitermes santonenisis. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98 (3): 395-401.

Snyder, T. E. 1954. Order Isoptera: The termites of the United States and Canada. National Pest Control Association, New York. 64 pages.

Szalanski, A. L., J. W. Austin, and J. A. McKern. 2008. Genetic diversity of Reticulitermes termites (Isoptera Rhinotermitidae) from Lake Wedington, Arkansas. Sociobiology 52 (1): 95-106.

Earwigs• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Dermaptera

Hoffman, K. M. 1987. Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American fauna. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 89 (1): 1-14. (Keys to species)

Webspinners• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Embiidina

Carlton, C. E., and D. G. Bassi. 1988. Oligotoma nigra (Hagen) (Embiidina: Oligotomidae), an introduced species new to Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 61 (3): 352-353.

Sanderson, M. W. 1941. The order Embioptera new to Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 14 (2): 60.

Stoneflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Plecoptera

Allen, R. T. 1983. Winter bugs in Arkansas. Arkansas Naturalist 1 (1): 1-4.

Ernst, M. R., B. C. Poulton, and K. W. Stewart. 1986. Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae) of the southern Ozark and Ouachita Mountain region, and two new species of Neoperla. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 79 (4): 645-661.

Feminella, J. W. 1983. Comparative feeding ecology of leaf pack-inhabiting systellognathan stoneflies (Plecoptera) in the upper Little Missouri River, Arkansas. Master’s thesis, North Texas State University. 131 pages.

Feminella, J. W., and K. W. Stewart. 1986. Diet and predation by three leaf-associated stoneflies (Plecoptera) in an Arkansas mountain stream. Freshwater Biology 16 (4): 521-538.

Lichtwardt, R. W., S. W. Peterson, and M. J. Huss. 1991. Orphellahiemalis: a new and rare trichomycete occurring in winter-emerging stoneflies (Plecoptera, Capniidae). Mycologia 83 (2): 214-219.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Nelson, C. H. 2008. Hierarchical relationships of North American states and provinces: an area cladistic analysis based on the distribution of stoneflies (Insecta: Plecoptera). Illiesia 4 (18): 176-204.

Phillips, E. C., and R. V. Kilambi. 1994. Habitat type and seasonal effects on the distribution and density of Plecoptera in Ozark streams, Arkansas. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87 (3): 321-326.

Poulton, B. C. 1989. The stoneflies (Plecoptera) of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains. Doctoral dissertation, University of North Texas.

Poulton, B. C., and K. W. Stewart. 1987. Three new species of stoneflies (Plecoptera) from the Ozark-Ouachita Mountain region. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 89 (2): 296-302.

Poulton, B. C., and K. W. Stewart. 1991. The stoneflies of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains (Plecoptera). Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 38. 116 pages.

Ricker, W. E. 1952. Systematic studies in Plecoptera. Indiana University Publications, Science Series 18. 200 pages.

Ricker, W. E., and H. H. Ross. 1969. The genus Zeuleuctra and its position in the family Leuctridae (Plecoptera, Insecta). Canadian Journal of Zoology 47: 1113-1127.

Ross, H. H. 1964. New species of winter stoneflies of the genus Allocapnia (Plecoptera, Capniidae). Entomological News 75 (7): 169-177.

Ross, H. H., and W. E. Ricker. 1964. New species of winter stoneflies, genus Allocapnia (Plecoptera, Capniidae). Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 57 (2): 88-93.

Ross, H. H., and T. Yamamoto. 1966. Two new sister species of the winter stonefly genus Allocapnia (Plecoptera, Capniidae). Entomological News 77 (10): 265-267.

Sheldon, A. L. and M. L. Warren, Jr. 2009. Filters and templates: stonefly (Plecoptera) richness in Ouachita Mountains streams, U.S.A. Freshwater Biology 54 (5): 943-956.

Stark, B. P. 1989. Perlesta placida (Hagen), an eastern Nearctic species complex (Plecoptera: Perlidae). Entomologica Scandinavica 20 (3): 263-286.

Stark, B. P. 2007. Additional characters in Perlesta baumanni Stark (Plecoptera: Perlidae), with notes on other Ouachita mountain species. Illiesia 3 (5): 43-45.

Stark, W. P., and R. W. Baumann. 1978. New species of Nearctic Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae), with notes on the genus. Great Basin Naturalist 38 (1): 97-114.

Stark, B. P., and L. D. Brown. 1991. What is Acroneuria evoluta Klapalek (Plecoptera: Perlidae)? Aquatic Insects 13 (1): 29-32.

Stark, B. P., and D. L. Lentz. 1988. New species of Nearctic Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 81 (3): 371-376.

Stark, B. P., and K. W. Stewart. 1973. Distribution of stoneflies (Plecoptera) in Oklahoma. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 46 (4): 563-577.

Stark, B. P., K. W. Stewart, and J. Feminella. 1983. New records and descriptions of Alloperla (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae) from the Ozark-Ouachita region. Entomological News 94 (2): 55-59.

Stewart, K. W., J. C. Abbott, R. F. Kirchner, and S. R. Moulton, II. 1995. New descriptions of North American euholognathan stonefly drumming (Plecoptera) and first Nemouridae ancestral call discovered in Soyedina carolinensis (Plecoptera: Nemouridae). Annals of the Entomological Society Of America 88 (2): 234-239.

Lice• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Phthiraptera

Baerg, W. J. 1944. Ticks and other parasites attacking northern cliff swallows. Auk 61: 413-414.

Elrod, D. A., G. A. Heidt, D. M. A. Elrod, M. Birdsong, and E. G. Zimmerman. 1996. A second species of pocket gopher in Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 41 (4): 395-398.

Lancaster, J. L. 1957. Cattle lice. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 591. 16 pages.

Richardson, D. J., L. A. Durden, and D. E. Snyder. 1994. Ectoparasites of the raccoon (Procyonlotor) from north-central Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 67 (2): 208-212.

True Bugs• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Hemiptera

Allen, R. T., and C. E. Carlton. 1989. New records of Ceratocombidae and Schizopteridae from Arkansas (Heteroptera: Dipsocoromorpha). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62 (1): 125-126.

Allen, R. T., C. E. Carlton, and S. A. Tedder. 1988. A new species of Acalypta (Hemiptera, Tingidae) from Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 61 (1): 126-130.

Baerg, W. J. 1944. Ticks and other parasites attacking northern cliff swallows. Auk 61: 413-414.

Barton, H. E. 1987. Checklist of Pentatomoidea (Insecta: Hemiptera) of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 46. 2 pages.

Barton, H. E., and L. A. Lee. 1981. The Pentatomidae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 35: 20-25.

Carlton, C. E., J. Bollinger, and L. C. Thompson. 1994. Arthropod biodiversity-sampling protocol development. U. S. Forest Service General Technical Report SO 112: 144-153.

Chordas, S. W. III, and G. L. Harp. 1991. A synopsis of the Notonectidae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 45: 117-119.

Chordas, S. III and P. Kovarik. 2008. Two Coreidae (Hemiptera), Chelinidea vittiger and Anasa armigera, new for Arkansas, U.S. A. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 145-146.

Chordas, S. III and P. Kovarik. 2008. Two Lygaeoidea (Hemiptera), Ischnodemus slossonae and Cryphula trimaculata, new for Arkansas, U.S. A. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 147.

Chordas, S. W. III, H. W. Robison, E. G. Chapman, B. G. Crump, and P. W. Kovarik. 2005. Fifty-four state records of true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59: 43-50.

Elkassabany, N. M. 1994. Biology of the insidious flower bug Oriusinsidiosus (Say) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae). Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 65 pages.

Harp, G. L. 1985. A synopsis of the Hydrometridae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 39: 130-131.

Harp, G. L. 1985. A synopsis of the Nepidae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 39: 128-130.

Harp, G. L. 1986. Checklist of the water scorpions (Nepidae) of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 44. 1 page.

Harp, P. A., and H. E. Barton. 1988. Notes on the biology of Thyanta calceata (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) on Tephrosia virginiana (Leguminosae), a new host plant. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 42: 110-111.

Harp, P. A., and G. L. Harp. 1990. A synopsis of the Belostomatidae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 44: 129-130.

Henry, T. J. 2000. Reevalutaion of the plant bug genus Icodema, with description of two new genera to accommodate five Nearctic species (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae) Journal of the New York Entomological Society 107 (2-3): 181-203.

Henry, T. J., G. F. Hevel, and S. W. Chordas, III. 2010. Additional records of the little-known Corixidea major (Heteroptera: Schizopteridae) from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 112: 475-477.

Isaza-Restrepo, J. 1958. Overwintering habits of hemipterous predators in North Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 41 pages.

Kerzhner, I. M. and T. J. Henry. 2008. Three new species, notes and new records of poorly known species, and updated checklist for the North American Nabidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110 (4): 988-1011.

Kittle, P. D. 1974. The water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae) of Washington County, Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 100 pages.

Kittle, P. D. 1977. The biology of water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae) in Northwest Arkansas. American Midland Naturalist 97: 400-410.

Kittle, P. D. 1977. Checklist of the waterstriders of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 8. 1 page.

Kittle, P. D. 1977. A revision of the genus Trepobates Uhler (Hemiptera: Gerridae). Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 255 pages.

Kittle, P. D. 1980. The water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae) of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 34: 68-71.

Lariviere, M. C., and A. Larochelle. 1991. Notes on the distribution and bionomics of Myodochaserripes (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae). Entomological News 102 (1): 31-32.

Lee, L. A. 1984. Imaginal anatomy of Menecles insertus (Say) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae): male and female reproductive systems. Master’ thesis, Arkansas State University. 64 pages.

Lee, L. A., and H. E. Barton. 1983. Distribution and seasonal occurrence of the Scutelleridae, Corimelaenidae and Cydnidae of Arkansas. Proceedings of the
Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 42-46.

Leschen, R. A. B., and S. J. Taylor. 1987. Notes on the biology and distribution of Aradusrobustus (Hemiptera: Aradidae). Entomological News 98 (4): 183-185.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Polhemus, J. T. 1993. A new species of Pentacora (Heteroptera: Saldidae) from the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 66 (4): 455-457.

Price, A. D., V. R. McDaniel, and R. Tumlison. 1982. An infestation of the bat bug Cimex pilosellus on an Arkansas population of big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 98.

Reid, J. L. 1984. Laboratory rearing of Chelysomidea guttata (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae) with description of immature stages and notes on biology. Master’s thesis, Arkansas State University. 114 pages.

Rider, D. A. 1986. New state records from the southeastern United States of Aelia americana (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Florida Entomologist 69 (1): 251-252.

Smith, R. M. 1988. Coreoidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of northeastern Arkansas, with notes on the biology of Liorhyssus hyalinus. Master’s thesis, Arkansas State University. 92 pages.

Snodgrass, G. L., T. J. Henry, and W. P. Scott. 1984. An annotated list of the Miridae (Heteroptera) found in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta and associated areas in Arkansas and Louisiana. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 86 (4): 845-860.

Snodgrass, G. L., W. P. Scott, and J. W. Smith. 1984. An annotated list of the host plants of Lyguslineolaris (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the Arkansas, Louisiana & Mississippi Delta. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 19 (1): 93-101.

Snodgrass, G. L., W. P. Scott, and J. W. Smith. 1984. Host plants and seasonal distribution of the tarnished plant bug (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the delta of Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Environmental Entomology 13 (1): 110-116.

Snodgrass, G. L., W. P. Scott, and J. W. Smith. 1984. Host plants of Taylorilyguspallidulus and Polymerus basalis (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the delta of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Florida Entomologist 67 (3): 402-408.

Snodgrass, G. L., W. P. Scott, and J. W. Smith . 1984. A survey of the host plants and seasonal distribution of the cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the Delta of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 19 (1): 34-41.

Steward, T. W., V. R. McDaniel, and D. R. England. 1986. Additional records of distribution and hosts for the bat bug, Cimex pilosellus, in Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 40: 95-96.

Taylor, S. J., and J. E. McPherson. 1989. State records and confirmations of Arkansas flat bugs (Heteroptera: Aradidae). Great Lakes Entomologist 22 (1) 1989: 19-23.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.


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Planthoppers, Leafhoppers, Aphids, Scales, Cicadas• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Homoptera

Dmitriev, D. A. and C. H. Dietrich. 2007. Review of the species of New World Erythroneurini (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae). I. Genera Erythroneura, Erasmoneura, Rossmoneura, and Hymetta. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 38 (2): i-v, 59-127.

Hander, C. A., P. J. McLeod, and H. A. Scott. 1993. Incidence of aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) and associated polyviruses in summer squash in Arkansas. Journal of Entomological Science 28 (1): 73-81.

Hopkins, L. C., and D. T. Johnson. 1984. A survey of the arthropods associated with blueberries with emphasis on the abundance and dispersal of Scaphytopius species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) in northwestern Arkansas. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 19(2): 248-264.

Kondo, T. and M. L. Williams. 2009. Redescriptions of Neolecanium leucaenae Ckll., Toumeyella cerifera Ferris and T. sonorensis Ckll. and Parrott and their transfer to Neotoumeyella gen. nov. (Hemiptera: Coccidae), with descriptions of two new species from the southeastern U. S. A. and Columbia, South America. International Journal of Insect Science 1: 11-27.

James, D. A., K. S. Williams, and K. G. Smith. 1986. Survey of 1985 periodical cicada (Homoptera: Magicicada) emergence sites in Washington County, Arkansas, with reference to ecological implications. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 40: 37-39.

Karlin, A. A., E. C. Stout, L. T. Adams, L. R. Duke, and J. J. English. 1994. Genetic variability in developing periodical cicadas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 48: 89-92.

Kellner, C. J., K. G. Smith, N. C. Wilkinson, and D. A. James. 1990. Influence of periodical cicadas on foraging behavior of insectivorous birds in an Ozark forest. Studies in Avian Biology 13: 375-380.

Kramer, J. P. 1981. Taxonomic study of the planthopper genus Cixius in the United States and Mexico (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea: Cixiidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society (Philadelphia) 107 (1-2): 1-66.

Marshall, D. C. and J. R. Cooley. 2000. Reproductive character displacement and speciation in periodical cicadas, with description of a new species, 13-year Magicicada neotredecim. Evolution 54 (4): 1313-1325.

McCoy, C. E. 1965. A synopsis of the Cicadidae of Arkansas (Homoptera). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 19: 40-45.

McCoy, C. E. 1977. Checklist of the cicadas of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 9. 1 page.

Smith, K. G. 1985. Periodical cicadas. Arkansas Naturalist 3 (2): 1-9.

Smith, K. G., N. C. Wilkinson, K. S. Williams, and V. B. Steward. 1988. Predation by spiders on periodical cicadas (Homoptera, Magicicada). Journal of Arachnology 15 (2): 277-279.

Stephen, F. M., G. W. Wallis, and K. G. Smith. 1990. Bird predation on periodical cicadas in Ozark forests: ecological release for other canopy arthropods? Studies in Avian Biology No. 13: 369-374.

Steward, V. B., K. G. Smith, and F. M. Stephen. 1988. Red-winged blackbird predation on periodical cicadas (Cicadidae: Magicicada spp.): bird behavior and cicada responses. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 76 (3): 348-352.

Thompson, L. C., and R. J. Colvin. 1990. Biological notes on the mealybug Dysmicoccus obesus (Homoptera: Pseudococcidae) on loblolly pine in southern Arkansas. Journal of Entomological Science 25: 89-98.

Tumlison, R. 2013. First record of the aridland cicada, Beameria venosa, in Arkansas. The Southwestern Naturalist 58 (3): 384-386.

Wheeler, A.G., Jr . 2006. Prairiana orizaba Ball and Reeves (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Cicadellidae), colonist of the introduced African bunchgrass Eragrostis curvula (Poaceae), with notes on the use of little bluestem, Schizachyrium scoparium (Poaceae), by P. kansana (Ball). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 108 (4): 868-877.

Wheeler, G. L., K. S. Williams, and K. G. Smith. 1992. Role of periodical cicadas (Homoptera: Cicadidae: Magicicada) in forest nutrient cycles. Forest Ecology and Management 51 (4): 339-346.

Williams, K. S., and K. G. Smith. 1991. Dynamics of periodical cicada chorus centers (Homoptera: Cicadidae: Magicicada). Journal of Insect Behavior 4 (3): 275-291.

Williams, K. S., K. G. Smith, and F. M. Stephen. 1993. Emergence of 13-yr periodical cicadas (Cicadidae: Magicicada): phenology, mortality, and predator satiation. Ecology (Tempe) 74 (4): 1143-1152.

Wittlake, E. B. 1969. Fossil phylloxerid plant galls. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 23: 164-167.

Thrips• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Thysanoptera

Burris, E., C. Allen, R. Bagwell, D. Cook, B. Freeman, G. Herzog, G. Lentz, R. Leonard, and J. Reed. 2000. Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), a milti-state survey: summary of observations for Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Louisiana State University Agricultural Center Research Information Sheet 103. 6 pages.

Cook, D. R., C. T. Allen, E. Burris, B.L. Freeman, G.A. Herzog, G.L. Lentz, B.R. Leonard and J.T. Reed. 2003. A survey of thrips (Thysanoptera) species infesting cotton seedlings in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Journal of Entomological Science 38 (4): 669-681.

Stannard, L. J., Jr. 1976. A synopsis of some ant-mimicking thrips, with special reference to the American fauna (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae: Idolothripinae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 49: 492-508.

Sweeden, M. B., and P. J. McLeod. 1993. Seasonal occurrence of thrips (Thysanoptera) on cowpeas in western Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma. Journal of Entomological Science 28 (4): 427-432.

Sweeden, M. B., and P. J. McLeod. 1996. Abundance of thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on spring-planted snap beans. Journal of Entomological Science 31 (1): 72-75.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Lacewings, Alderflies, Dobsonflies, Antlions• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Neuroptera

Bowles, D. E. 1989. New records of Sialis (Megaloptera: Sialidae) from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Entomological News 100 (1): 27-28.

Bowles, D. E. 1990. Life history and variability of secondary production estimates for Corydalus cornutus (Megaloptera: Corydalidae) in an Ozark stream. Journal of Agricultural Entomology 7 (1): 61-70.

Bowles, D. E. 2006. Spongillaflies (Neuroptera: Sisyridae) of North America with a key to the larvae and adults. Zootaxa 1357: 1-19.

Bowles, D. E. and M. L. Mathis. 1992. Variation in the terminalia of Neohermes concolor with a key to males of Neohermes in eastern North America (Megaloptera: Corydalidae: Chauliodinae). Insecta Mundi 6 (3-4): 145-149.

Dunivan, J. D., C. R. Tumlison, and V. R. McDaniel. 1982. Cave fauna of Arkansas: further records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 87-88.

Phillips, E. C. 1996. Habitat preference of large predatory aquatic insects (Megaloptera and Odonata) in Ozark streams of Arkansas. Texas Journal of Science 48 (4): 255-260.

Warren, L. O., O. Hite, and M. Hite. 1963. Seasonal flight pattern of the dobsonfly, Corydalus cornutus (Linn.), in Northwest Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 36 (4): 256-257.

Whitcomb, W. H., and K. Bell. 1964. Predaceous insects, spiders, and mites of Arkansas cotton fields. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 690. 84 pages.

Beetles• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Coleoptera

Allen, R. T. 1973. Species of Carabidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) in the University of Arkansas Insect Collection. University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Agricultural Experiment Station Special Report 19. 46 pages. [pdf]

Allen, R. T. 1984. A diet of escargot (and other beetle oddities). Arkansas Naturalist 2 (12): 1-7.

Allen, R. T. 1985. Lightning bugs and other soft-winged beetles. Arkansas Naturalist 3 (6): 1-4.

Allen, R. T., and C. E. Carlton. 1988. Two new Scaphinotus from Arkansas with notes on other Arkansas species (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Cychrini). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 96 (2): 129-139.

Allen, R. T., T.L. Erwin, G.E. Ball, & D.R. Whitehead (eds). 1979. The occurrence and importance of ground beetles in agricultural and surrounding habitats. Carabid beetles: their evolution, natural history, and classification. Pages 485-505 in Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Carabidology. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. August 21, 23, and 25, 1976. Dr. W. Junk, The Hague, Boston & London.

Allen, R. T., and R. G. Thompson. 1977. Faunal composition and seasonal activity of Carabidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) in three different woodland communities in Arkansas. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 70 (1): 31-34.

Barr, T. C. 1960. The cavernicolous beetles of the subgenus Rhadine, genus Agonum (Coleoptera: Carabidae). American Midland Naturalist 64 (1): 45-65.

Barr, T. C. Jr. 1974. The eyeless beetles of the genus Arianops Brendel (Coleoptera, Pselaphidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 54 (1): 1-51.

Campbell, J. M. 1991. A revision of the genera Mycetoporus Mannerheim and Ischnosoma Stephens (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Tachyporinae) of North and Central America. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 156. 169 pages.

Carlton, C. E. 1980. Revision of the pselaphid genus Hexirhexius. Master's Thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 73 pages.

Carlton, C. E. 1983. Revision of the genus Conoplectus Brendel (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae). Coleopterist’s Bulletin 37 (1): 55-80.

Carlton, C. E. 1984. Checklist of the long-horn beetles (Cerambycidae) of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science, Arkansas Biota Survey Checklist 40. 5 pages. [pdf]

Carlton, C. E. 1988. Dienerella filum (Aube) (Coleoptera: Lathridiidae), a potential pest of air conditioning systems. Coleopterist’s Bulletin 42 (3): 263-264.

Carlton, C. E. 1989. Review and redescriptions of pselaphid beetle genera of eastern North America north of Mexico. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 272 pages.

Carlton, C. E. 1990. Biogeographic affinities of pselaphid beetles of the eastern United States. Florida Entomologist 73 (4): 570-569.

Carlton, C. E. 1995. A new species of Pseudactium Casey from Arkansas (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae). Coleopterist’s Bulletin 49 (2): 170-173.

Carlton, C. E. 2003. Revision of Reichenbachia of eastern North America (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Pselaphinae). Memoirs on Entomology International 17: 483-563.

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Scorpionflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Mecoptera

Bowles, D. E. and R. W. Sites. 2013. Merope tuber (Mecoptera: Meropeidae) from the Interior Highlands of the United States. Entomological News 123 (2): 155-160.

Byers, G. W. 1993. Autumnal Mecoptera of southeastern United States. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 55 (2): 57-96.

Robison, H. W., G. W. Byers, and C. A. Carlton. 1997. Annotated checklist of the Mecoptera (scorpionflies) of Arkansas. Entomological News 108 (4): 313-317.

Fleas• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Siphonaptera

Baerg, W. J. 1944. Ticks and other parasites attacking northern cliff swallows. Auk 61: 413-414.

Hastriter, Michael W.; Haas, Glenn E.; Wilson, Nixon. 2006. New distribution records for Stenoponia americana (Baker) and Stenoponia ponera Traub and Johnson (Siphonaptera: Ctenophthalmidae) with a review of records from the southwestern United States. Zootaxa 1253: 51-59.

Richardson, D. J., L. A. Durden, and D. E. Snyder. 1994. Ectoparasites of the raccoon (Procyonlotor) from north-central Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 67 (2): 208-212.

Sanderson, M. W. 1941. A bat flea new to Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 14 (2): 60.

Schiefer, B. A., and J. L. Lancaster Jr. 1970. Some Siphonaptera from Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 43 (2): 177-181.

Flies, Mosquitoes, Gnats• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Diptera

Adler, P. H. 1990. Two new species of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) from North America. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 92(3): 431-443.

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Atwood, D. W. 1996. Distribution, abundance, control, and field observations of the southern buffalo gnat, Cnephiapecuarum (Diptera: Simuliidae), in Arkansas. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas. 127 pages.

Atwood, D. W., and M. V. Meisch. 1993. Evaluation of 1-octen-3-ol and carbon dioxide as black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) attractants in Arkansas. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 9 (2): 143-146.

Atwood, D. W. and M. V. Meisch. 2004. Distribution and seasonal abundance of Cnephia pecuarum (Diptera: Simuliidae) in Arkansas. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 20 ( 2): 125-129.

Barnes, J. K. 2004. Overwintering cave mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) of the Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 106 (1): 235-238. [pdf]]

Barnes, J. K. 2007. The identity and distribution of Efferia plena (Hine) and E. nemoralis (Hine) (Diptera: Asilidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 109 (1): 208-222. [pdf]

Barnes, J. K. 2008. The genus Atomosia Macquart (Diptera: Asilidae) in North America north of Mexico. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110 (3): 701-732. [pdf]

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Caddisflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Trichoptera

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Moths, Butterflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Lepidoptera

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Wasps, Bees, Ants, Sawflies• Subphylum Labiata, Superclass Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Order Hymenoptera

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Wing, M. W. 1968. Taxonomic revision of the Nearctic genus Acanthomyops (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Memoirs of the Cornell University Agricultural Station 405. 173 pages.

Yoder, M. J. 2004. Revision of the North American species of the genus Entomacis (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae). Canadian Entomologist 136 (3): 323-405.

Zakharov, A. A., and L. C. Thompson. 1998. Tunnels and territorial structure in polygyne fire ants, Solenopsiswagneri (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 77 (8): 911-922.

Endangered, Endemic, and Invasive Arthropods

Allen, R. T. 1986. Arkansas invaders. Arkansas Naturalist 4 (6): 7-18.

Allen, R. T. 1988. Additions to the known endemic flora and fauna of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 42: 18-21.

Allen, R. T. 1991. The biota of Magazine Mountain (I): an outline of the natural history of Magazine Mountain. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 46: 13-17.

Carlton, C. E., and F. Rothwein. 1998. The endangered American burying beetle, Nicrophorusamericanus Olivier, at the edge of its range in Arkansas (Coleoptera: Silphidae). Coleopterist’s Bulletin 52 (2): 179-185.

Creighton, J. C., and G. D. Schnell. 1998. Short-term movement patterns of the endangered American burying beetle Nicrophorus americanus. Biological Conservation 86 (3): 281-287.

Holloway, A. K., and G. D. Schnell. 1997. Relationship between numbers of the endangered American burying beetle Nicrophorus americanus Olivier (Coleoptera: Silphidae) and available food resources. Biological Conservation 81 (1-2): 145-152.

Kozol, A. J. Ecology and population genetics of the endangered American burying beetle, Nicrophorus americanus. Doctoral dissertation, Boston University.

Lomolino, M. V., J. C. Creighton, G. D. Schnell, and D. L. Certain. 1995. Ecology and conservation of the endangered American burying beetle (Nicrophorusamericanus). Conservation Biology 9 (3): 605-614.

Neal, J. C., M. E. Stewart, and W. G. Montague. 1994. Burying beetle (Coleoptera: Silphidae, Nicrophorus) surveys on Poteau Ranger District, Ouachita National Forest. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 48: 127-129.

Robison, H. W., and R. T. Allen. 1995. Only in Arkansas: a study of the endemic plants and animals of the state. The University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville. 121 pages.

Robison, H., C. McAllister, C. Carlton, and G. Tucker. 2008. The Arkansas endemic biota: an update with additions and deletions. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 84-96.

Robison, H. W., and K. L. Smith. 1982. The endemic flora and fauna of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 52-57.

Arthropod Biogeography

Allen, R. T. 1983. Distribution patterns among arthropods of the North Temperate deciduous forest biota. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 70: 616-628.

Allen, R. T. 1990. Insect endemism in the Interior Highlands of North America. Florida Entomologist 73 (4): 539-569.

Carlton, C. E. 1990. Biogeographic affinities of pselaphid beetles of the eastern United States. Florida Entomologist 73 (4): 570-569.

Hamilton, S. W., and J. C. Morse. 1990. Southeastern caddisfly fauna: origins and affinities. Florida Entomologist 73 (4): 587-600.

Fossil Arthropods

Allen, R. T. 1983. The oldest dead cockroach: fossils – our link to ancient Arkansas history. Arkansas Naturalist 1 (2): 1-4.

Merrill, G. K. 1979. Unusual substrate adaptation in Late Paleozoic acrothoracic barnacles. Journal of Paleontology 53 (6): 1433-1435.

Pitakpaivan, K., and J. E. Hazel. 1994. Ostracodes and chronostratigraphic position of the Upper Cretaceous Arkadelphia Formation of Arkansas. Journal Of Paleontology 68 (1): 111-122.

Poinar, G. O., Jr. 1992. Life in amber. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California. 350 pages.

Schram, F. R., and R. H. Mapes. 1984. Imocaris tuberculata, n. gen., n. sp. (Crustacea: Decapoda) from the Upper Mississippian Imo Formation, Arkansas. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 20 (11): 165-168.

Wilson, E. O. 1985. Ants from the Cretaceous and Eocene amber of North America. Psyche (Cambridge) 92 (2-3): 205-216.

Wittlake, E. B. 1969. Fossil phylloxerid plant galls. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 23: 164-167.

Zullo, V. A., E. E. Russell, and F. F. Mellen. 1987. Brachylepas Woodward and Virgiscalpellum Withers (Cirripedia) from the Upper Cretaceous of Arkansas. Journal of Paleontology 61 (1): 101-111.

Cave Arthropods

Barnes, J. K. 2004. Overwintering cave mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) of the Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 106 (1): 235-238.

Barnes, J.K., M.E. Slay, and S.J. Taylor.  2009.  Adult Diptera from Ozark caves.  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 111: 335-353.

Barnett, D. E. 1970. An ecological investigation of the cavernicole populations in Mansell Cave, Randolph County, Arkansas. Master’s thesis, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana. 51 pages.

Barr, T. C. 1960. The cavernicolous beetles of the subgenus Rhadine, genus Agonum (Coleoptera: Carabidae). American Midland Naturalist 64 (1): 45-65.

Bedinger, M. S., and H. H. Hobbs Jr. 1965. Observations of a new troglobitic crayfish. National Speleological Society Bulletin 27 (3): 93-96.

Brown, A. V., and M. Schram. 1982. Leaf detritus processing in an Ozark cave stream. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 36:14-16.

Christiansen, K. 1960. The genus Pseudosinella (Collembola, Entomobryide) in caves of the United States. Psyche 67: 1-25.

Christiansen, K. and H. Wang. 2006. A revision of the genus Typhlogastrura in North American caves with description of five new species. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 68 (2): 85-98.

Disney, R. H. L., S. J. Taylor, and M. E. Slay. 2010. Review of the scuttle flies (Diptyera: Phoridae) recorded from caves in the USA, with new records from Arkansas and Missouri. Subterranean Biology 7 (62): 75-96.

Dunivan, J. D., C. R. Tumlison, and V. R. McDaniel. 1982. Cave fauna of Arkansas: further records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 87-88.

Elliot, W., and R. Strandtmann. 1971. New locality records for Rhagidia from Mexican and American caves. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 44: 468-475.

Espinasa, L., S. Furst, T. Allen, and M.E. Slay. 2010. A new genus of the subfamily Cubacubaninae (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) from caves in south-central and southwestern USA. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 27: 161-168.

Fleming, L. E. 1972. Four new species of troglobitic asellids (Crustacea: Isopoda) from the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 84 (57): 489-500.

Fleming, L. E. 1972. The evolution of the eastern North American isopods of the genus Asellus (Crustacea: Asellidae). International Journal of Speleology 4: 221-256.

Goodnight, J., and M. Goodnight. 1942. New Phalangodidae (Phalangida) from the United States. American Museum Novitates No. 1188. 18 pp.

Graening, G. O., H. H. Hobbs III, M. E. Slay, W. B. Elliott, and A. V. Brown. 2006. Status update for bristly cave crayfish, Cambarus setosus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), and range extension into Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 51(3): 382-392.

Graening, G. O., J. B. Koppelman, B. K. Wagner, M. E. Slay, and C. L. Brickey. 2006. Range extension and status update of the endangered Hell Creek cave crayfish, Cambarus zophonastes (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Southwestern Naturalist 51 (3): 392-396.

Graening, G. O., M. E. Slay, and C. Bitting. 2006. Cave fauna of the Buffalo National River. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 68 (3): 153-163.

Graening, G. O., M. E. Slay, A. V. Brown, and J. B. Koppelman. 2006. Status and distribution of the endangered benton cave crayfish, Cambarus aculabrum (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Southwestern Naturalist 51(3): 376-381.

Graening, G.O., M. E. Slay, D. B. Fenolio, Dante B. and H. W. Robison. 2007. Annotated checklist of the Isopoda (Subphylum Crustacea: Class Malacostraca) of Arkansas and Oklahoma, with emphasis upon subterranean habitats. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 87: 1-14.

Graening, G.O., M. E. Slay, and J. R. Holsinger. 2005. Annotated checklist of the Amphipoda of Arkansas with emphasis upon groundwater habitats. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59): 80-87.

Graening, G. O., M. E. Slay, and K. K. Tinkle. 2003. Subterranean biodiversity of Arkansas, part 1: Bioinventory and bioassessment of caves in the Sylamore Ranger District, Ozark National Forest, Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 57: 44-58.

Graening, G., M. Slay, and J. Holsinger. 2005. Checklist of the Amphipoda of Arkansas with emphasis upon ground water habitats. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 59:63-70.

Graening, G.O., M.E. Slay, D.B. Fenolio, and H.W. Robison.  2007.  Annotated checklist of the Isopoda (Subphylum Crustacea; Malacostraca) of Arkansas and Oklahoma, with emphasis upon subterranean habitats.  Proceedings of Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 87: 1-14.

Grove, J. L. 1974. Ecology of Blanchard Springs Caverns, Ozark National Forest, Arkansas. Master’s thesis, Memphis State University, Tennessee. 27 pages.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and A. V. Brown. 1987. A new troglobitic crayfish from northwestern Arkansas (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 100 (4): 1040-1048.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr, and M. S. Bedinger. 1964. A new troglobitic crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda, Astacidae) from Arkansas with a note on the range of Cambarus cryptodytes Hobbs. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 77: 9-16.

Hoff, C., and J. Bolsterli. 1956. Pseudoscorpions of the Mississippi River drainage basin area. Transactions of the  American Microscopical Society 75:155-179.

Holsinger, J. R. 1967. Systematics, speciation, and distribution of the subterranean amphipod genus Stygonectes (Gammaridae). United States National Museum Bulletin 259:1-176.

Holsinger, J., T. Sawicki, and G. Graening. 2006. Bactrurus speleopolis, a new species of subterranean amphipod crustacean (Crangonyctidae) from caves in northern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 119(1)15-24.

Hubricht, L. 1943. Studies in the nearctic freshwater Amphipoda, III. Notes on the freshwater Amphipoda of eastern United States, with descriptions of ten new species. American Midland Naturalist 29:683-712.

Hubricht, L. 1950. The invertebrate fauna of Ozark caves. Bulletin of the National Speleological Society 12: 16-17.

Hubricht, L., and J. G. Mackin. 1940. Descriptions of nine new species of fresh-water amphipod crustaceans with notes and new localities for other species. American Midland Naturalist 23:187-218.

Hubricht, L., and J. G. Mackin. 1949. The freshwater isopods of the genus Lirceus (Asellota, Asellidae). The American Midland Naturalist 42(2):334-339.

Klimaszewski, J. and S.B. Peck. 1986. A review of the cavernicolous Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) of eastern North America: Part 1. Aleocharinae.  Quaestiones Entomologicae 22:51-113.

Koenemann, S., and J. Holsinger. 2001. Systematics of the North American subterranean amphipod genus Bactrurus (Crangonyctidae). Beaufortia 51(1):1-56.

Lewis, J. J. 1981. Caecidotea salemensis and C. fustis, new subterranean asellids from the Salem Plateau (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 94:579-590.

Lewis, J. J. 1983. Caecidotea fonticulus, the first troglobitic asellid from the Ouachita Mountains (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 98 (1): 149-153.

Lewis, J. J. 1999. Caecidotea simulator, a new subterranean isopod from the Ozark Springfield Plain (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 112(1):175-180.

Lindsley, R., and W. Welbourn. 1977. Survey and assessment of cave resources at Buffalo National River, Arkansas. A final report to the National Park Service. Cave Research Foundation. 106 pages.

Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1938. Records of distribution of species of isopods in central and southern United States, with descriptions of four new species of Mancasellus and Asellus (Asellota, Asellidae). American Midland Naturalist 19:628-637.

Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1940. Descriptions of seven new species of Caecidotea (Isopoda, Asellidae) from central United States. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 59(3):383-397.

Marshall, S. A., and S. B. Peck. 1984. Distribution of cave-dwelling Sphaeroceridae (Diptera) of eastern North America. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 115: 37-41.

McAllister, C. T., H. W. Robison, and M. E. Slay. 2009. The Arkansas endemic fauna: an update with additions, deletions, a synthesis of new distributional records, and changes in nomenclature. Texas Journal of Science 61: 203-218.

McDaniel, V. R., and K. L. Smith 1976. Cave fauna of Arkansas: selected invertebrate taxa. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 30: 57-60.

McDaniel, V. R., K. N. Paige, and C. R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 84-85.

Muchmore, W. B. 1967. New cave pseudoscorpions of the genus Apochthonius (Arachnida: Chelonethida). Ohio Journal of Science 67: 89-95.

Muchmore, W. B. 1976. New species of Apochthonius, mainly form caves in central and eastern United States (Pseudoscorpionida, Chthoniidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 89: 67-80.

Muchmore, W. B. 2001. Review of the genus Tartarocreagris, with descriptions of new species (Pseudoscorpionida: Neobisiidae). Texas Memorial Museum, Speleological Monographs 5:57-72.

Nicholas, B. G. 1960. Checklist of macroscopic troglobitic organisms of the United States. American Midland Naturalist 64 (1): 123-160.

Peck, S. B. 1973. A systematic revision and the evolutionary biology of the Ptomaphagus (Adelops) beetles of North America (Coleoptera; Leiodidae, Catopinae), with emphasis on cave-inhabiting species. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 145 (2): 29-162.

Peck, S. B. 1977. A review of the distribution and biology of the small carrion beetle Prionochaeta opaca of North America (Coleoptera; Leiodidae; Catopinae). Psyche 84:299-307.

Peck, S. B. 1982. New records of poorly known Ptomaphagus from Texas and the Ozarks (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae). Coleopterist’s Bulletin 36 (1): 109-111.

Peck, S. B. and M. K. Thayer. 2003. The cave-inhabiting rove beetles of the United States (Coleoptera; Staphylinidae; excluding Aleocharinae and Pselaphinae): diversity and distributions. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 65:3-8.

Peck, S. B., and J. H. Peck. 1982. Invertebrate fauna of Devil’s Den, a sandstone cave in northwestern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 46-48.

Peck, S., and D. Russell. 1976. Life history of the fungus gnat Macrocera nobilis in American caves (Diptera: Mycetophilidae). Canadian Entomologist 108: 1235-1241.

Robison, H., and J. Holsinger. 2000. First record of the subterranean amphipod crustacean Allocrangonyx hubrichti (Allocrangonyctidae) in Arkansas.  Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 54:153.

Sanderson, M. W., and A. Miller. 1941. A new species of ground beetle of the genus Rhadine from an Arkansas cave (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 1: 39-40.

Schram, M. 1980. The troglobitic Asellidae (Crustacea: Isopoda) of Northwest Arkansas. Master's thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 55 pages.

Schram, M. 1983. A new record of Caecidotea steevesi (Isopoda: Asellidae) from Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 28(1):100.

Schram, M. D. 1982. New records for troglobitic asellids from Northwest Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 102.

Shear, W. 1975. The opilionid genera Sabacon and Tomicomerus in America (Opiliones, Troguloidea, Ischyropsalidae). Journal of Arachnology 3:5-29.

Shear, W. 2003. The milliped family Trichopetalidae, Part 1: Introduction and genera Trigenotyla Causey, Nannopetalum n. gen., and Causeyella n. gen. (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida, Cleidogonoidea). Zootaxa 321:1-36.

Shear, W. A. 1972. Studeis in the milliped order Chordeumida (Diplopoda): a revision of the family Cleidogonidae and a reclassification of the order Chordeumida in the New World. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 144: 151-352.

Shear, W.A. 1981. The milliped family Tingupidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida, Brannerioidea). American Museum Novitates 2715:1–20.

Slay, M.E., D.W. Fong, and M.D. Kottmyer.  2009.  Meta ovalis (Aranea: Tetragnathidae) observed preying on a troglobiotic milliped, Causeyella (Chordeumatida: Trichopetalidae).  Speleobiology Notes 1: 3-5.

Slay, M.E., and G. O. Graening. 2009. Recent collections and additional records of Collembola from Arkansas caves. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 63: 158-162.

Steeves III, H. 1966. Evolutionary aspects of the troglobitic asellids of the United States: the Hobbsi, Stygius and Cannulus groups. American Midland Naturalist 75:392-403.

Stephenson, S.L., M.E. Slay, C.A. Slay, and A.E. Tuggle.  2007.  Cave crickets (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae) as vectors of dictyostelids (Protista: Dictyostellida).  Entomological News 118: 292-295.

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Welbourn, W., and R. Lindsley. 1979. Survey and assessment of cave resources at Buffalo National River, Arkansas. A final report to the National Park Service. Cave Research Foundation. 145 pp.

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Aquatic Arthropods

Aggus, L. R. 1965. Pre-impoundment studies of the aquatic insect fauna of the Beaver Reservoir. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas. 71 pages.

Aggus, L. R., and L. O. Warren. 1965. Bottom organisms of the Beaver Reservoir basin: a pre-impoundment study. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 38 (2): 163-178.

Allen, R. T. 1982. A faunal and seasonal study of the aquatic insects of two water ecosystems in Arkansas, DeGray Reservoir and the upper Caddo Rivers: final report. Arkansas Water Resources Research Center Publication 88. 22 pages.

Blanz, R. E. 1969. Physico-chemical factors and benthic macroinvertebrates in cold tailwaters and natural streams in the state of Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 77 pages.

Blanz, R. E., C. E. Hoffman, R. V. Kilambi, and C. R. Liston. 1969. Benthic macroinvertebrates in cold tailwaters and natural streams in the state of Arkansas. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners 23: 281-292.

Brown, J. D., C. R. Liston, and R. W. Dennie. 1967. Some physicochemical and biological aspects of three cold tailwaters in northern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners 21: 369-381.

Brown, A. V., and J. P. Ricker. 1982. Macroinvertebrate utilization of leaf detritus in a riffle of the Illinois River, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 10-13.

Cargill, K., and G. L. Harp. 1987. The effect of city effluent on the diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates of Sugar Creek, Clay County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 41: 100-102.

Cather, M. R., and G. L. Harp. 1975. The aquatic macroinvertebrate fauna of an Ozark and a deltaic stream. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 29: 30-35.

Chordas, S. W. III, G. L. Harp, and G. W. Wolfe. 1996. The aquatic macroinvertebrates of the White River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 50: 42-51.

Clements, W. H. 1994. Benthic invertebrate community responses to heavy metals in the Upper Arkansas River Basin, Colorado. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 13 (1): 30-44.

Cochran, B. G., and G. L. Harp. The aquatic macroinvertebrates of the St. Francis sunken lands in Northeast Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 44: 23-27.

Farris, J. L. 1981. Aquatic macroinvertebrates of three acid bogs on Crowley’s Ridge in Northeast Arkansas. Master’s thesis, Arkansas State University. 58 pages.

Farris, J. L., and G. L. Harp. 1982. Aquatic macroinvertebrates of three acid bogs on Crowley’s Ridge in Northeast Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 23-27.

Guntharp, G. R., and G. L. Harp. 1982. Aquatic macroinvertebrate taxa present in two Ozark springs in Randolph County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36: 88-89.

Harp, G. L., and P. A. Harp. 1980. Aquatic macroinvertebrates of Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 34: 115-117.

Harp, G. L., and H. W. Robison. 2006. Aquatic macroinvertebrates of the Strawberry River System in north-central Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 60: (in review)

Huggins, J. A., and G. L. Harp. 1983. Aquatic macroinvertebrates of the Hiatt Prairie Region, Franklin County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 92-94.

Iovino, A. J. 1967. The macroscopic benthic fauna of Beaver Lake (White River, Arkansas), with special reference to the family Chironomidae (Diptera: Insecta). Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 155 pages.

Jackson, D. C., and E. H. Schmitz. 1987. Zooplankton abundances in vegetated and non-vegetated areas: implications for fisheries management. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 41: 214-220.

Johnson, R. L. and G. L. Harp, George L. 2005. Spatio-temporal changes of benthic macroinvertebrates in a cold Arkansas tailwater. Hydrobiologia 537: 15-24.

Liston, C. R. 1967. A study of the riffle, benthic macroinvertebrates occurring below three impoundments in northern Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 43 pages.

McGary, J. L., and G. L. Harp. 1972. The benthic macroinvertebrate community of the Greer’s Ferry Reservoir cold tailwater, Little Red River, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners 26: 490-500.

Miner, F. C., L. O. Warren, and A. J. Iovino. 1967. Botton fauna of Beaver Reservoir: ecological investigations related to fish production in Beaver Reservoir following impoundment 1965-1966. University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Fayetteville. 143 pages.

Neal, J. W., N. J. Harris. S. Kumaran, D. A. Behler, T. J. Lang, P. R. Port, M. Melandri, and B. G. Batten. 2007. Comparison of aquatic-insect habitat and diversity above and below road crossing in low-order streams. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 61: 78-83.

Payne, B. S., and A. C. Miller. 1996. Life history and production of filter-feeding insects on stone dikes in the lower Mississippi River. Hydrobiologia 319 (2): 93-102.

Phillips, E. C. 1993. Aquatic insects and fishes associated with coarse woody debris in Northwest Arkansas streams. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas. 102 pages.

Rickett, J. D. 1980. Abundance, diversity and distribution of benthic macroinvertebrates in the Flat Bayou Drainage Area, Jefferson County, Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33: 67-70.

Rickett, J. D., and R. L. Watson. 1983. Zooplankton community structure in Dardanelle Reservoir, Arkansas, 1975-1982. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 65-69.

Robison, H. W., and G. L. Harp. 1971. A pre-impoundment limnological investigation of the Strawberry River in northeastern Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 25: 70-79.

Roseberg, R. B., and M. Karnes. 1984. The influence of DeGray Reservoir on zooplankton populations in the Caddo and Ouachita Rivers. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 38: 96-97.

Schram, M. D., A. V. Brown, and D. C. Jackson. 1990. Diel and seasonal drift of zooplankton in a headwater stream. American Midland Naturalist 123 (1): 135-143.

Smith, S. B., and T. E. Moen. 1983. Zooplankton population structure in three reservoirs near the Ouachita Mountain-Gulf Coastal Plain interface. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 37: 99-100.

Sublette, J. E. 1956. Seasonal changes in bottom fauna of an Ozark headwater stream (Clear Creek, Washington County, Arkansas). Southwestern Naturalist 1 (4): 148-156.

Miscellaneous

Allen, R. T. 1988. Additions to the known endemic flora and fauna of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 42: 18-21.

Brown, I. L. 1969. Insects and other arthropods associated with the cone-shoot complex of loblolly and shortleaf pines in Arkansas. Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 180 pages.

Carlton, C. E., J. Bollinger, and L. C. Thompson. 1994. Arthropod biodiversity-sampling protocol development. U. S. Forest Service General Technical Report SO 112: 144-153.

Cooksey, L. M., and H. E. Barton. 1981. Flying insect populations as sampled by Malaise trap on Crowley's Ridge in northeast Arkansas. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 35: 29-32.

Gorham, L. E., B. D. Keeland, S. Mopper, S. L. King, and D. J. Johnson. 1996. Effects of canopy gap dynamics on arthropod abundance in a bottomland forest in northeast Arkansas. Pages 165-169 in K. M. Flynn (ed), Proceedings of the southern forested wetlands ecology and management conference. Clemson, South Carolina, March 25-27, 1996. Consortium for Research on Southern Forested Wetlands, Clemson.

Jamieson, D. H., S. E. Trauth, and C. T. McAllister. 1993. Food habits of male bird-voiced treefrogs, Hylaavivoca (Anura: Hylidae), in Arkansas. Texas Journal of Science 45 (1): 45-49.

Kellner, C. J. 1990. Influence of distribution and abundance of prey and microhabitat differences on foraging behavior of insectivorous birds in northwestern Arkansas. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville). 85 pages.

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