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1 August 2013 New Occurrence Records of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in the Big South Fork Cumberland River Drainage
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We report new occurrence records of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, from the Big South Fork (BSF) Cumberland River drainage in Kentucky and Tennessee. The species was not previously known to occur in the BSF basin. Our new records are from 4 streams in McCreary County, KY, and 4 streams in Scott County, TN. These records represent a downstream extension of the species' known range in the Cumberland River system, as well as a geographic range expansion to the west and south.

Rick D. Bivens, Bart D. Carter, Carl E. Williams, Edwin M. Scott, Douglas E. Stephens, Victoria R. Bishop, and Hayden T. Mattingly "New Occurrence Records of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in the Big South Fork Cumberland River Drainage," Southeastern Naturalist 12(sp4), 171-175, (1 August 2013). https://doi.org/10.1656/058.012.s410
Published: 1 August 2013
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