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Mackiewicz, J. S. (1964). "Variations and host-parasite relationships of caryophyllaeids (Cestoidae) from fish of Lake Texoma, Marshall County, Oklahoma." Journal of Parasitology. 50(3): 31.

Mackiewicz, J. S. (1966). Zoogeographical notes on the Caryophyllidea Cestoidea. Proc. First Int. Cong. of Parasit., Pergamon Press, New York.

Mackiewicz, J. S. (1968). "Two new caryophyllaeid cestodes from the spotted sucker, Minytrema melanops (Raf.) (Catostomidae)." Journal of Parasitology. 54(4): 808-813.

Mackiewicz, J. S. (1969). "Penarchigetes oklensis gen. et sp. n. and Biacetabulum carpoidi sp. n. (Cestoidea:Caryophyllidea) from catostomid fish in North America." Proc. Helminthol. Soc. Wash. 36(1): 119-126.

Mahmoud, I. Y. (1960). The comparative ecology of the kinosternid turtles of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Mahmoud, I. Y. (1967). "Courtship behavior and sexual maturity in four species of kinosternid turtles." Copeia 1967(2): 314-318.

Mahmoud, I. Y. (1968). "Feeding behavior in kinos ternid turtles." Herpetology 24(4): 300-305.

Mahmoud, I. Y. (1969). "Comparative ecology of the kinosternid turtles of Oklahoma." Southwestern Naturalist 14(1): 31-66.

Mapp, L. R. (1970). A numerical taxonomic study of Monarda (Labiatae) in southern Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Marcellini, D. (1970). The ethoecology of Hemidactylus frenatus (Sauria, Gekkonidae) with emphasis on acoustic behavior. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Marcellini, D. L. (1971). "Range extension of the gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus, in Mexico." Southwestern Naturalist 15(3): 397.

Marcellini, D. L. (1972). "Activity patterns of the gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus." Copeia 1972(4): 631-635.

Marcellini, D. L. (1974). "Acoustic behavior of the gekkonid lizard, Hemidactylus frenatus." Herpetology 30(1): 44-52.

Marcellini, D. L. (1976). "Some aspects of the thermal ecology of the gecko Hemidactylus frenatus." Herpetology 32(3): 341-345.

Marcellini, D. L. (1977). "Acoustics and visual display behavior of Gekkonid lizards." Am. Zool. 17: 251-260.

Marcellini, D. L. (1977). "The function of a vocal display of the lizard Hemidactylus frenatus (Sauria: Gekkonidae)." Animal Behavior 25: 414-417.

Marcellini, D. L. and J. P. Mackey (1970). "Habitat preferences of the lizards, Sceloporus occidentalis and S. graciosus (Lacertilia, Iguanidae)." Herpetology 26: 51-56.

Marsh-Matthews, E. and W. J. Matthews (2000). "Geographic, terrestrial, and aquatic factors: which most influence the structure of stream fish assemblages in the Midwestern United States? (Invited symposium paper)." Ecology of Freshwater Fish 9: 9-21.

Marsh-Matthews, E. and W. J. Matthews (2000). "Correlates and consequences of spatial variation in abundance of a widespread, dominant fish species." Oecologia 125: 283-292.

Marsh-Matthews, E. and W. J. Matthews (2002).  Temporal stability of minnow species co-occurrence in streams of the central United States.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 105:162-177.

Marsh-Matthews, Edie, William J. Matthews and Nathan R. Franssen (2011). Can a highly invasive species re-invade its native community? The paradox of the red shiner. Biological Invasions 13: 2911-2924.

Marsh-Matthews, E., W. J. Matthews, K. B. Gido, and R. L. Marsh (2002).  Reproduction by three-month-old red shiners (Cyprinella lutrensis) and its implications for invasion success.  Southwestern Naturalist 47:478-488.

Martin, M. (1954). "Age and growth of the goldeye Hiodon alosoides (Rafinesque) of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 33: 37-49.

Massey, J. R. (1971). Pollination biology of Polygala alba Nutt. (Polygalaceae). Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Matthews, W. J. (1977). "Ingestion of sand by the duskystripe shiner, Notropis pilsbryi Fowler." Southwestern Naturalist 22: 543-544.

Matthews, W. J. (1977). Influence of physico-chemical factors on habitat selection by red shiners, Notropis lutrenis. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Matthews, W. J. (1980). Notropis lutrensis; Notropis prosperpinus; Notropis formosus, (Species accounts). Atlas of Freshwater Fishes of North America. D. S. Lee, C. R. Gilbert, C. H. Hocuttet al, North Carolina State Museum.

Matthews, W. J. (1982). "Small fishes of Ozark streams: Structured assembly patterns or random abundance of species?" American Midland Naturalist 107: 42-54.

Matthews, W. J. (1984). "Influence of turbid inflows on vertical distribution of larval shad and freshwater drum." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 113: 192-198.

Matthews, W. J. (1985). "Critical current speeds and microhabitats of the benthic fishes Percina roanoka and Etheostoma flabellare." Environmental Biology of Fishes 12: 303-308.

Matthews, W. J. (1985). "Distribution of midwestern fishes on multivariate environmental gradients, with emphasis upon Notropis lutrensis." American Midland Naturalist 113: 225-237.

Matthews, W. J. (1985). "Summer mortality of stripped bass in reservoirs of the United States." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 114: 62-66.

Matthews, W. J. (1985). "Book review: Vanishing Fishes of North America, by R.D. Ono et. al." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 114: 156-157.

Matthews, W. J. (1986). "Fish faunal structure in an Ozark stream: Stability, persistence, and a catastrophic flood." Copeia 1986: 388-397.

Matthews, W. J. (1986). "Fish faunal "breaks" and stream order in the eastern and central United States." Environmental Biology of Fishes 17: 81-92.

Matthews, W. J. (1986). "Diel differences in gill net and seine catches of fish in winter in a cover of Lake Texoma." Texas Journal of Science 38: 153-158.

Matthews, W. J. (1986). "Geographic variation in thermal tolerance of a widespread minnow (Notropis lutrensis) of the North American midwest." Journal of Fisheries Biology 27: 407-417.

Matthews, W. J. (1987). "Geographic variation of Cyprinella lutrensis (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in the United States, with notes on Cyprinella lepida." Copeia 1987: 616-637.

Matthews, W. J. (1987). Physicochemical tolerance and selectivity of stream fishes as related to their geographic ranges and local distributions. Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. W. J. Matthews and D. C. Heins. Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press: pp. 111-120.

Matthews, W. J. (1988). "North American prairie streams as systems for ecological study." Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7: 387-409.

Matthews, W. J. (1990). "Spatial and temporal variation in the fishes of riffle habitats in the upper Roanoke River system, Virginia." American Midland Naturalist 124: 31-45.

Matthews, W. J. (1990). Fish community structure and stability in warmwater midwestern streams. Ecology and Assessment of Warmwater Streams: Workshop Synopsis. M. Bain, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 90: pp. 16-17.

Matthews, W. J. (1990). Fish community structure and stability in warmwater midwestern streams. Ecology and assessment of warmwater streams: Workshop synopsis, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report.

Matthews, W. J. (1991). "Book Review: Fishes of the Central United States, by J. Tomelleri and M.E. Eberle." Copeia 1991: 267-269.

Matthews, W. J. (1993). "Book Review: Biodiversity of the Southeastern United States: Aquatic Communities, eds. C.T. Hackney and S.M. Adams." Freshwater Biology 30(2): 338-340.

Matthews, W. J. (1995). "Geographic variation in nuptial colors of red shiner (Cyprinella lutrensis; Cyprinidae) within the United States." Southwestern Naturalist 40: 5-10.

Matthews, W. J. (1998). Patterns in Freshwater Fish Ecology. New York, Chapman and Hall.

Matthews, W. J. (2001). "Book Review: Assessing the sustainability and biological integrity of water resources using fish communities, by Thomas P. Simon, editor." Copeia 2001: 285-287.

Matthews, W. J. and F. P. Gelwick (1988). "Variation and systematics of Etheostoma radiosum, the orangebelly darter (Pisces:Percidae)." Copeia 1988: 543-554.

Matthews, W. J. and F. P. Gelwick (1990). "Fishes of Crutcho Creek and the northern Canadian River near Oklahoma City: urbanization and temporal variability." Southwestern Naturalist 35: 403-410.

Matthews, W. J. and G. L. Harp (1974). "A preimpoundment ichthyofaunal survey of the Piney Creek watershed, Izard County, Arkansas." Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 28: 39-43.

Matthews, W. J. and D. C. Heins, Eds. (1987). Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1977). "Tolerance of the red shiner, Notropis lutrensis (Cyprinidae) to environmental parameters." Southwestern Naturalist 22(1): 89-99.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1977). "Buccal cavity prey retention in the largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides)." Southwestern Naturalist 23(2): 307.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1978). "Prey retention in the buccal cavity of largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides." Southwestern Naturalist 23: 307-308.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1978). "Habitats of small fishes of the South Canadian River, Oklahoma: occurrence with respect to physico-chemical factors." ASB Bull. 25(2): 89.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1979). "Age-specific differences in the distribution of the red shiner, Notropis lutrensis, over physico-chemical ranges." American Midland Naturalist 101: 366-372.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1979). "Influence of physico-chemical factors on habitat selection of the red shiner, Notropis lutrenis (Cyprinidae)." Copeia 1979: 70-81.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1980). "Habitat partitioning in the fish community of a southwestern river." Southwestern Naturalist 25: 51-66.

Matthews, W. J. and L. G. Hill (1988). "Physical and chemical profiles in Lake Texoma Oklahoma-Texas in summer 1982 and 1983." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 68: 33-38.

Matthews, W. J. and J. Maness (1979). "Critical thermal maxima, oxygen tolerances, and population fluctuations in southwestern stream fishes." American Midland Naturalist 102: 374-377.

Matthews, William J. and E. Marsh-Matthews. (2007). "Extirpation of red shiner in direct tributaries of Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas): a cautionary case history from a fragmented river-reservoir system." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 1041-1062.

Matthews, W.J. and E. Marsh-Matthews.  (2006).  "Persistence of fish species associations in pools of a small stream of the southern Great Plains."  Copeia 4:696-710.

Matthews, W. J. and E. Marsh-Matthews.  (2006).  "Temporal changes in replicated experimental stream fish assemblages: predictable or not?"  Freshwater Biology 51:1605-1622.

Matthews, W. J. and E. Marsh-Matthews. (2003). "Effects of drought on fish across axes of space, time, and ecological complexity". Freshwater Biology 48:1232-1253.

Matthews, W. J. and R. S. Matthew (1978). "Additions to fish fauna of Piney Creek, Izard County, Arkansas." Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 32: 92.

Matthews, W. J. and R. McDaniel (1981). "New locality records for some Kansas fishes, with notes on the habitat of the Arkansas darter, Etheostoma cragini." Kansas Academy of Science 84: 219-222.

Matthews, W. J. and H. W. Robison (1982). "Addition of Etheostoma collettei (Percidae) to the fish fauna of Oklahoma and the Red River drainage in Arkansas." Southwestern Naturalist 27: 215-216.

Matthews, W. J. and H. W. Robison (1988). "The distribution of the fishes of Arkansas: A multivariate analysis." Copeia 1988: 358-374.

Matthews, W. J. and H. W. Robison (1998). "Influence of drainage connectivity, drainage area and regional species richness on fishes of the interior highlands in Arkansas." American Midland Naturalist 139: 1-19.

Matthews, W. J. and J. J.T. Styron (1981). "Comparative tolerance of headwater versus mainstream fishes for abrupt physicochemical change." American Midland Naturalist 105: 149-158.

Matthews, W. J. and E. G. Zimmerman (1990). "Potential effects of global warming on native fishes of the southern Great Plains and the Southwest." Fisheries 15: 26-32.

Matthews, W. J., J. Bek and E. Surat (1982). "Comparative ecology of the darters Etheostoma podostemone, E. flabellare and Percina roanoka in the upper Roanoke River drainage, Virginia." Copeia 1982: 805-814.

Matthews, W. J., F. P. Gelwick and B. C. Harvey (1986). "Etheostoma radiosum (orangebelly darter) in the Washita River system in Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 66: 39-40.

Matthews, W. J., R. C. Cashner and F. P. Gelwick (1988). "Stability and persistence of fish faunas and assemblages in three midwestern streams." Copeia 1988: 947-957.

Matthews, W. J., F. P. Gelwick and T. J. Gardner (1990). "A simple, replicated system of recirculating experimental streams." Journal of Freshwater Ecology 5: 437-443.

Matthews, W. J., F. P. Gelwick and J. J. Hoover (1992). "Food and habitat use by juveniles of species of Micropterus and Morone in a southwestern reservoir." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 121: 54-66.

Matthews, Williams J., Keith B. Gido, and Frances P. Gelwick. (2004). Fish assemblages of reservoirs, illustrated by Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas, USA) as a representative system. Lake and Reservoir Management 20(3): 219-239.

Matthews, W. J., K. B. Gido and F. P. Gelwick. 2004. Fish assemblages of reservoirs, illustrated by Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas, USA) as a representative system. North American Journal of Lake Management 20:219-239.

Matthews, W. J., K. B. Gido and W. Marsh-Matthews (2001). "Density-dependent overwinter survival and growth of red shiners from a southwestern river." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 478-488.

Matthews, W. J., B. C. Harvey and M. E. Power (1994). "Spatial and temporal patterns in the fish assemblages of individual pools in a midwestern stream (U.S.A.)." Environmental Biology of Fishes 39: 381-397.

Matthews, W. J., L. G. Hill and S. Schellhaass (1985). "Depth distribution of striped bass and other fish in Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas) during summer stratification." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 114: 84-91.

Matthews, W. J., J. J. Hoover and W. B. Milstead (1985). "Fishes of Oklahoma springs." Southwestern Naturalist 30: 23-32.

Matthews, W. J., D. J. Hough and H. W. Robison (1992). "Similarities in fish distribution and water quality patterns in streams of Arkansas: Congruence of multivariate analyses." Copeia 1992: 296-305.

Matthews, W. J., R. E. Jenkins and J. J. T. Styron (1982). "Systematics of two forms of blacknose dace, Rhinishthys atratulus (Pisces, Cyprinidae), in a zone of syntopy with a review of the species group." Copeia 1982: 902-920.

Matthews, W. J., M. Schorr and M. R. Meador (1996). "Effects of experimentally enhanced flows on fishes of a small Texas (USA stream: assessing the impact of interbasin transfer)." Freshwater Biology 35: 349-362.

Matthews, W. J., M. E. Power and A. J. Stewart (1986). "Depth distribution of Campostoma grazing scars in an Ozark stream." Environmental Biology of Fishes 17: 291-297.

Matthews, W. J., W. D. Shepard and L. G. Hill (1978). "Aspects of the ecology of the duskystripe shiner, Notropis pilsbryi (Cyprinidae), in an Ozark stream." American Midland Naturalist 100: 247-252.

Matthews, W. J., A. J. Stewart and M. E. Power (1987). Grazing fishes as components of North American stream ecosystems. Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. W. J. Matthews and D. C. Heins. Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press: pp. 128-135.

Matthews, W. J., W. E. Surat and L. G. Hill (1982). "Heat death of Etheostoma spectabile in a natural environment as related to their critical thermal maximum." Southwestern Naturalist 27: 216-217.

Matthews, W. J., L. G. Hill, D. R. Edds and F. P. Gelwick (1989). "Influence of water quality and season on habitat use by striped bass in a large southwestern reservoir." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 118: 243-250.

Matthews, Williams J., Edie Marsh-Matthews, Robert C. Cashner and Frances Gelwick. 2013. "Disturbance and trajectory of change in a stream fish community over four decades." Oecologia published online 31 March 2013.

Matthews, W. J., C. C. Vaughn, K. B. Gido and E. Marsh-Matthews. Southern Plains Rivers.  2005. "Southern Plains Rivers" Chapter 7 (Pp 283-325) in: A. C. Benke and C. E. Cushing, eds.  Rivers of North America, Academic Press, New York.

Matthews, W. J., L. G. Hill, D. R. Edds, J. J. Hoover and T. G. Heger (1988). "Trophic ecology of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, in an inland reservoir (Lake Texoma, USA.)." Journal of Fisheries Biology 33: 273-288.

Matthews, W.J., K.B. Gido, G.P. Garrett, F.P. Gelwick, J.G. Stewart, and J. Schaefer.  (2006).  "Modular experimental riffle-pool stream system."  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135:1559-1566.

Matthews, W. J., A. M. Miller, M. Warren, Jr., D. Cobb, J. G. Stewart, B. Crump, and F. P. Gelwick. 2004. Context-specific trophic and functional ecology of fishes of small streams of the Ouachita National Forest. Pp 221-230 in: J. M. Guildin, Ed. Ouachita and Ozark Mountains symposium: Ecosystem management research.  Gen. Tech. Report SRS-74, Asheville, NC, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station.

Mauck, P. E. (1970). Food habits, length-weight relationships, age and growth, gonadal- body weight relationships and condition of carp, Cyprinus carpio (Linnaeus) in Lake Carl Blackwell, Okahoma. Stillwater, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University.

May, E. B. and A. A. Echelle (1968). "Young-of-year alligator gar in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma." Copeia 3: 629.

Mayden, R. L. and W. J. Matthews (1989). "Zoogeographic implications of Luxilus cardinalis and Etheostoma radiosum in the Washita River System, Oklahoma." Southwestern Naturalist 34: 415-416.

Mayo, M. J. (1952). Age and growth of the goldeye, Hiodon alosoides (Rafinesque) of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

McCardell, J. H. (1970). Influences of temperature on the duration of the aggressive display in Anolis carolinensis. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

McCarley, H. (1960). "The mammals of eastern Texas." Texas Journal of Science 11(4): 385-426.

McCarley, H. (1960). "The rice rat in southern Oklahoma." Journal of Mammalogy 41(1): 130-131.

McCarley, H. (1961). "New locality records for some Oklahoma mammals." Southwestern Naturalist 6(2): 108-109.

McCarley, H. (1962). "A new record of the woodchuck from Oklahoma." Journal of Mammalogy 43(2): 271-272.

McCarley, H. (1962). "The taxonomic status of wild Canis (Canidae) in the south central United States." Southwestern Naturalist 7(3&4): 227-235.

McCarley, H. (1963). "Distributional relationships of sympatric populations of Peromyscus leucopus and P. gossypinus." Ecology 44(4): 784-788.

McCarley, H. (1964). "Ethological isolation in the Peromyscus leucopus." Evolution 18(2): 331-332.

McCarley, H. (1966). "Annual cycle, population dynamics and adaptive behavior of Citellus tridecemlineatus." Journal of Mammalogy 47(2): 294-316.

McCarley, H. (1970). "Rana aerolata in southern Oklahoma-northern Texas." Southwestern Naturalist 15(2): 261-273.

McCarley, H. (1970). "Book Review: Biology of Peromyscus (Rodentia). ed. John A. King." Southwestern Naturalist 14(3): 351-375.

McCarley, H. (1975). "Rana grylio in the coastal prairie of Texas." Southwestern Naturalist 20: 420.

McCarley, H. (1975). "Long distance vocalizations of coyotes (Canis latrans)." Journal of Mammalogy 56: 847-856.

McCarley, H. (1978). "Vocalizations of red wolves (Canis rufus)." Journal of Mammalogy 59(1): 27-35.

McCarley, H. (1986). Ecology. 100 Years of Science and Technology in Texas. L. J. Klosterman, J. Loyd S. Swenson and S. Rose. Houston, Texas, Rice University Press.

McCarley, H. and C. J. Carley (1976). "Canis latrans and C. rufus vocalization: a continuum." Southwestern Naturalist 21(3): 399-400.

McCarley, H. and C. J. Carley (1979). Recent changes in status and distribution of wild red wolves (Canis rufus)., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Endangered Species Report. 4.

McCarley, H. and K. Haller (1984). "Wood storks in Lake Texoma area." Bull. Okla. Ornithol. Soc. 18: 14-15.

McCarley, H. and L. G. Hill (1980). "Reproduction of the alligator gar in Lake Texoma." Southwestern Naturalist 24(4): 683-714.

McCarley, H. and L. G. Hill (1980). "Reproduction of Lepisosteus spatula (Lepisosteidae) in Lake Texoma." Southwestern Naturalist 24(4): 394-395.

McCarley, W. H. and M. F. Cundiff (1965). "Range extensions for some east Texas amphibians." Southwestern Naturalist 10(4): 311-312.

McCoy, H. A. (1955). "The rate of growth of flathead catfish in twenty-one Oklahoma Lakes." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 34: 47-52.

McDaniel, J. S. (1961). A survey of the parasites of the genus Lepomis, Centrarchidae from the Buncombe Creek arm of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

McDaniel, J. S. (1963). "Parasites from the genus Lepomis (Centrarchidae) in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma." Trans. Am. Mic. Soc. 82(4): 423-425.

McDaniel, J. S. and H. H. Bailey (1974). "Seasonal population dynamics of some helminth parasites of centrarchid fishes." Southwestern Naturalist 18(4): 403-416.

McGary, J. L. (1972). The benthic macroinvertebrate community of the Greer's Ferry Reservoir Cold Tailwater, Little Red River, Arkansas., Arkansas State University.

McHenry, M. G. (1971). Breeding and post-breeding movements of blue-winged teal (Anas discors) in southwestern Manitoba. Norman, Okahoma, The University of Okahoma.

McIntosh, A. and J. T. Self (1956). "Nematobothrium texomensis n. sp. from a freshwater fish, Ictiobus bubalus (Rafinesque, 1819)." Journal of Parasitology 41(6): 36.

McKinley, R. E., R. Prins and L. E. Jech (1972). "Occurrence and distribution of arthropods in Travertine Creek, Platt National Park, Murray County, Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 52: 49-52.

McPeek, M. A. and G. A. Wellborn (1998). "Genetic variation and reproductive isolation among phenotypically divergent amphipod populations." Limnology and Oceanography 43: 1162-1169.

McWilliam, A. (1966). "Observation on occurrence and range of three species of Dentaria (Cruciferae) in the Ouachita Mountains." Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 20: 22-24.

McWilliam, A. (1967). "A redefinition of Penstemon arkansanus Pennell (Scrophulariaceae)." Phytologica 15(4): 233-235.

McWilliam, A. (1967). "The taxonomic status of Penstemon wherryi Pennell." Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 21: 33-35.

McWilliam, A. (1968). "The enigma of Penstemon tenuis Small (Scrophulariaceae)." Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 22: 57-61.

Meador, M. R. (1992). "Inter-basin water transfer: ecological concerns." Fisheries Bethesda 17: 17-22.

Meador, M. R., B. E. Arambula and L. G. Hill (1990). "Fish assemblage structure in a Texas intermittent stream." Texas Journal of Science 42: 159-165.

Meador, M. R. and W. J. Matthews (1992). "Spatial and temporal patterns in fish assemblage structure of an intermittent Texas stream." American Midland Naturalist 127: 106-114.

Mendelson, Tamra C. (2003).  Sexual isolation evolves faster than hydrid inviability in a diverse and sexually dimorphic genus of fish (Percidae: Etheostoma).  Evolution 57(2): 317-327.

Mendelson, Tamra C.  (2003).  Evidence of intermediate and asymmetrical behavioral isolation between orangethroat and orangebelly darters (Teleostei: Percidae).  American Midland Naturalist 150:343-347.

Mense, J. B. (1967). Ecology of the Mississippi silversides, Menidia audens Hay, in Lake Texoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Mense, J. B. and L. G. Hill (1969). "Estimating fecundity in Mississippi silversides, Menidia audens (Pisces: Atherinidae)." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 57: 46-48.

Miller, A. M. (1994). Movement patterns and effects of disturbance on invertebrate community structure in an intermittent and perennial prairie stream. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Miller, C. E. (1961). "Aquatic phycomycetes of Lake Texoma." Bull. Assoc. Southeast. Biologists 8(2): 32.

Miller, C. E. (1961). "Some aquatic phycomycetes from Lake Texoma." J. Elisha Mitchell Science Soc. 77(2): 293-298.

Miller, G. D. (1974). Recreational solid waste management at Platt National Park. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Miller, R. R. and A. A. Echelle (1975). "Cyprinodon tularosa, a new cyprinodontial fish from the Tularosa Basin, New Mexico." Southwestern Naturalist 19(4): 365-377.

Milliger, L. E. and H.E. Schlichting (1968). "The passive dispersal of viable algae and protozoa by an aquatic beetle." Trans. Am. Microsc. Soc. 87(4): 443-448.

Minckley, W. L., J. E. Deacon, T. E. Dowling, P. W. Hedrick, P. C. Marsh, W. J. Matthews and G. Mueller. 2003.  A conservation plan for lower Colorado River native fishes. BioScience 55:219-234.

Ming, A. D. (1968). Life history of the grass pickerel, Esox americanus vermiculatus, in Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Modde, T. and S. T. Ross (1983). "Trophic relationships of fishes occuring within a surf zone habitat in the northern Gulf of Mexico." Northeast Gulf Science 6(2): 109-120.

Mohen, L. D. (1984). "Courtship and copulation in the Timor monitor, Varanus timorensis." Herpetology Review 15(1): 14-16.

Momot, W. T. (1966). "Upstream movement of crayfish in an intermittent Oklahoma stream." American Midland Naturalist 75(1): 150-159.

Moore, G. A. and C. D. Riggs (1963). Checklist of known Oklahoma fishes. Know Your Oklahoma Fishes, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation: pp. 41-45.

Moore, G. A. and M. E. Sisk (1963). "The spectacle of Elassoma zonatum Jordan." Copeia 1963(2): 347-350.

Morrison, E. O. (1967). "Mite and lungworm infections in Acris crepitans from southern Oklahoma." Texas Journal of Science 14: 328-329.

Morrison, E. O. (1967). "Rhabdias ranae infections in three species of Oklahoma anura." Southwestern Naturalist 12(3): 335.

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Mummert, J. R. (1983). Gill raker morphology and the filtering efficiency of the gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum). Fort Worth, Texas, Texas Christian University.

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