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Museum Bulletin Series (1975-present)

The scientific publication of the Alabama Museum of Natural History, a unit of The University of Alabama, devoted primarily to scholarship and research concerning the natural history of Alabama and the Southeast. Orders and requests for general information should be addressed to MUSEUM BULLETIN, ALABAMA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, BOX 870340, TUSCALOOSA, AL 35487-0340 or e-mail caverett@bama.ua.edu.

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1.    Systematics of the Percid Fishes of the Subgenus Ammocrypta, Genus Ammocrypta, with Descriptions of Two New Species. James D. Williams. 56 pp., illus., June, 1975.    $5.00

2.    Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of Alabama. Herbert Boschung, Editor. 93 pp., illus., October, 1976.    $7.50

3.    Containing: A New Species of Semotilus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from the Carolinas. Franklin F. Snelson, Jr. and Royal D. Suttkus. Etheostoma neopternum, a New Percid Fish from the Tennessee River System in Alabama and Tennessee. W. Mike Howell and Guido Dingerkus. Taxonomy, Ecology and Phylogeny of the Subgenus Depressicambarus, with the Description of a New Species from Florida and Redescriptions of Cambarus graysoni, Cambarus latimanus, and Cambarus striatus (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Raymond William Bouchard. 60 pp., illus., February, 1978.    $5.00

4.    Systematics of the Percid Fishes of the Subgenus Microperca, Genus Etheostoma. Brooks M. Burr. 53 pp., illus., July, 1978.    $5.00

5.    Containing: Notropis candidus, a New Cyprinid Fish from the Mobile Bay Basin, and a Review of the Nomenclatural History of Notropis shumardi (Girard). Royal D. Suttkus. Notropis stanauli, a New Madtom Catfish (Ictaluridae) from the Clinch and Duck Rivers, Tennessee. David A Etnier and Robert E. Jenkins. 23 pp., illus., May, 1980.    $5.00

6.    Containing: A New Species of Cyprinodontoid Fish, Genus Fundulus (Zygonectes), from Lake Pontchartrain Tributaries in Louisiana and Mississippi. Royal D. Suttkus and Robert C. Cashner. Karyotypes in Populations of the Cyprinodontid Fishes of the Fundulus notatus species-complex: A Geographic Analysis. W. Mike Howell and Ann Black. An Isozymic Analysis of Several Southeastern Populations of the Cyprinodontid Fishes of the Fundulus notatus Species-Complex. Fred Tatum, Ronald Lindahl and Herbert Boschung. 35 pp., illus., April, 1981.    $5.00

7.    Plant Resources, Archaeological Plant Remains, and Prehistoric Plant-Use Patterns in the Central Tombigbee River Valley, Gloria May Caddell. 39 pp., February, 1982.    $5.00

8.    Containing: Description, Biology and Distribution of the Spotfin Chub, Hobopsis monacha, a Threatened Cyprinid Fish of the Tennessee River Drainage. Robert E. Jenkins and Noel M. Burkhead. Life History of the Banded Pygmy Sunfish, Elassoma zonatum Jordan (Pisces: Centrarchidae) in Western Kentucky. Stephen J. Walsh and Brooks M. Burr. 52 pp., illus., August, 1984.    $6.00

9.    Systematics of Notropis cahabae, a New Cyprinid Fish Endemic to the Cahaba River of the Mobile Basin. Richard L. Mayden and Bernard R. Kuhajda. 16 pp., illus., November, 1989.    $3.50

10.    Containing: Notropis rafinesquei, a New Cyprinid Fish from the Yazoo River System in Mississippi. Royal D. Suttkus. Reproductive Behavior of Exoglossum species. Eugene G. Maurakis, William S. Woolcot, and Mark H. Sabaj. Scaphirhynchus suttkusi, a New Sturgeon from the Bobile Basin of Alabama and Mississippi. James D. Williams and Glenn H. Clemmer. 32 pp., illus., June, 1991.    $5.00

11.    Containing: A New Species of Hydropsyche (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) from Alabama, with Additional State Records for the Curvipalpia. Paul K. Lago and Steven C. Harris. New Caddisflies (Trichoptera) from the Little River Drainage in Northeastern Alabama. Kenneth Frazer and Steven C. Harris. New Caddisflies, (Trichoptera) from Alabama and Florida. Steven C. Harris. Survey of the Trichoptera in the Little River Drainage of Northeastern Alabama. Kenneth S. Frazer, Steven C. Harris and G. Milton Ward. 22 pp., illus., September, 1991.    $4.00

12.    Variation of the Spotted Sunfish, Lepomis punctatus Complex (Centrarchidae): Meristics, Morphometrics, Pigmentation and Species Limits. Melivin T. Warren J. 47 pp., illus. May, 1922.   (Out of print)

13.    Containing: Effects of Impoundments on Freshwater Mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the Main Channel of the Black Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in Western Alabama. James D. Williams, Samuel L. H. Fuller and Randall Grace. Etheostoma chermocki, a New Species of Darter (Teleostei: Percidae) from the Black Warrior River Drainage of Alabama. Herbert T. Boschung, Richard L. Mayden, and Joseph R. Tomelleri. 21 pp., illus. September, 1992.    $5.00

14.    Catalog of Freshwater and Marine Fishes of Alabama. Herbert T. Boschung. 268 pp., December, 1992.    $12.00

15.    Containing: Archaeological Survey and Excavations in the Coosa River Valley, Alabama. Vernon James Knight, Editor. Including: Archaeological Research in the Middle Coosa Valley. Vernon James Knight. Archaeological Research in the Logan Martin Basin. L. Ross Morrell. Lamar in the Middle Coosa River Drainage: The Ogletree Island Site. Richard Walling. The Milner Site: A Mid-Seventeenth Century Site Near Gadsden, Alabama. Marvin T. Smith, Vernon J. Knight, Julie B. Smith, and Kenneth R. Turner. Seventeenth Century Aboriginal Settlement on the Coosa River. Marvin T. Smith. 87 pp., illus., January, 1993.    $10.00

16.    Containing: Elassoma alabamae, a New Species of Pygmy Sunfish Endemic to the Tennessee River Drainage of Alabama (Teleostei: Elassomatidae). Richard L. Mayden. A New Species of Percina (Odotopholis) from Kentucky and Tennessee with Comparisons to Percina cymatotaenia (Teleostei: Percidae). Brooks M. Burr and Lawrence M. Page. Systematics of the Etheostoma jordani Species Group (Teleostei: Percidae), with Descriptions of Three New Species. Robert M. Wood and Richard L. Mayden. 44 pp., illus., June, 1993.    $10.00

17.    Containing: Etheostoma (Ulocentra) scottie (Osteichtheyes: Percidae), a New Darter from the Etowah River System in Georgia. Bruce H. Bauer, David A. Etnier and Noel M. Burkhead. Present and Recent Historic Habitat of the Alabama Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus suttkusi Williams and Clemmer, in the Mobile Basin. John Selden Burke and John S. Ramsey. Roland Harper, Alabama Botanist and Social Critic: A Biographical Sketch and bibliography. L. J. Davenport and G. Ward Hubbs. 45 pp., illus., May, 1995.    $10.00

18.    pH and Temperature in Ectothermic Vertebrates. Gordon R. Ultsch and Donald C. Janckson. Life Histories of Notuus baileyi and N. flavipinnis (Pisces: Ictaluridae), Two Rare Madtom Catfishes in Citico Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee. Gerald R. Dunkins and Peggy W. Shute. 69 pp., illus., December, 1996.    $10.00

19.    The Mound Island Project: An Archaeological Survey in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Richard S. Fuller and Ian W. Brown. 151 pp., illus., June, 1998.    $10.00

20.    Containing: The Loss of Free-flowing Streams in the Gulf Coastal Plain. David Shankman. Allozyme Variation in the Longnose Shiner, Hybopsis longirostris (Teleostei, Cyprinidae). Tom Titus, E. O. Wiley, and Mitchell Allen. A New Species of Cycleptus (Cypriniformes, Catostomidae) from the Gulf Slope Drainages of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, with a Review of the Distribution, Biology, and Conservation Status of the Genus. Brooks M. Burr and Richard L. Mayden. 57 pp., illus., August, 1999.    $10.00

21.    Unionid Mollusks of the Apalachicola Basin in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. Jayne Brim Box and James D. Williams. 143 pp., illus., April, 2000.    $20.00

22.    Containing: Andrew C. Moor’s “Evolution Once More”: The Evolution-Creationism Controversy from and Early 1920’s Perspective. William D. Anderson, Jr. Systematics and Biogeography of the Notropis rubellus Species Group (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Robert M .Wood, Richard L. Mayden, Ronald H. Matson, Bernard R. Kuhajada, and Steven R. Layman. 80 pp., illus., November, 2002.    $20.00

23.    Containing: Description of Larval and Juvenile Robust Redhorse, Moxostoma robustum. Gregory L. Looney, Cecil A. Jennings. Systematics, Variation, and Speciation of the Macrhybopsis aestivalis Complex West of the Mississippi River. David J. Eisenhour. 48 pp., illus., December 2004.    $10.00

24.    A Historical and Current Perspective of the Freshwater Mussel Fauna (Bivalvia: Unionidae from the Choctawhatchee River Drainage in Alabama and Florida. Holly N. Blalock-Herod, Jeffrey J. Herod, James D. Williams, Britton N. Wilson, and Stuart W. McGregor. 26 pp., illus., July, 2005    $10.00

25. Containing: Systematics, Evolution and Biogeography of the Etheostoma simoterum Species Complex (Percidae: Subgenus Ulocentra). Steven L Powers and Richard L. Mayden. Distribution and Status of Freshwater Mussels (Bivalvia Unionidae) of the Lower Coosa and Tallapossa River Drainages in Alabama. Michale M. Gangloff and Jack W. Feminella. The Osteologogy of the Stonecat, Noturus flavus (Siluriformes: Ictaluridae with Comparisons to Other Siluriforms. Jacob J. Egge. 88 pp., illus., August, 2007. $20.00

26.    An Archaeological Survey in Clarke County, Alabama. Ian W. Brown. 129 pp., illus., September,  2008. $20.00

27.   Containing:  Plain Pots:  A Study of Late Woodland Pottery in Central Alabama.  Jason Mann and Richard Krause.  Discovery and Excavation of the Moundville Earth Lodge.  Vernon James Knight.  Analysis of Daub from Mound V, Moundville:  Its Role as an Architectural Indicator.  Jeffery L. Sherard.  Analysis of Wood Charcoal from an Earth Lodge on Mound V at Moundville.  Amanda Tickner.  49 pp., illus., November, 2009. $12.00

28.  Paleontology papers in honor of Douglas E. Jones.  Containing:  Late Pleistocene Mammals of Alabama:  A Comprehensive Faunal Review with 21 Previously Unreported Taxa.  Jun A. Ebersole and Sandy M. Ebersole.  A Review of the Chondrichthyans from the Mississippi System of Northern Alabama, USA.  Chuck Ciampaglio, David Cicimurri, Leigh H. Deuter, and Michael Taylor.  A Review of the Non-Avian Dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Tennessee.  Sandy M. Ebersole and James L. King.  93 pp., illus., December, 2011. $18.00

29.  The Amphibians and Reptiles of Tuskegee National Forest, Macon County, Alabama.  Sean P. Graham, David A. Steen, Roger D. Birkhead, and Craig Guyer.  55 pp., illus., color photos, August, 2012. $14.00

30.  Morphological Diversity and Phylogenetics of the Darter Subgenus Doration (Percidae:  Etheostoma), with Descriptions of Five New Species.  Steven R. Layman and Richard L. Mayden.  83 pp., 16 tables, 27 illus., color photos, November 1, 2012.  $16.00

31.  Volume 1.  Contributions to Alabama Cretaceous Paleontology.   In Memory of F. David Lueth (1940-2007).  Harry Lyon Blewitt, Sandy M. Ebersole, Jun A. Ebersole, Lewis S. Dean, Takehito Ikejeri, Jason P. Schein, David C. Paris, Jason C. Poole, Kenneth J. Lacovara, Michael J. Everhart, Shawn A. Hamm, T. Lynn Harrell, Jr.  113 pp., 11 tables, 58 illus., 2 Appendices, April 1 2013.  $18.00

31.  Volume 2.  Contributions to Alabama Paleontology.  Mark D. Uhen, Steven E. Jasinski, Angela A. Clayton, Chuck N. Ciampaglio, David J. Cicimurri, Andrew K. Rindsberg, David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Douglas W. Haywick, Elizabeth A. Root, Melissa M. Montgomery.  128 pp. 4 tables, 61 illus., 4 Appendices, April 1, 2013.  $18.00

Orders and requests for general information should be addressed to BULLETIN ALABAMA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, BOX 870340, TUSCALOOSA, AL 35487-0340 or e-mail caverett@bama.ua.edu.  Prices listed above do not include shipping and taxes.  Payment should accompany orders and subscriptions and checks should be made payable to “The University of Alabama.”

Special Publications

1.    Moundville, An Introduction to the Archaeology of a Mississippi Chiefdom, 2nd Edition. John Walthal. 47 pp., illus., March, 1994.    OUT OF PRINT

2.    Ten Thousand Years of Alabama History, A Pictorial Resume. W. Phillip Krebs. 130 pp. illus., January, 1986.    OUT OF PRINT

3.    The Mounds Awaken: Mound State Monument and the Civilian Conservation Corps. Joy Baklanoff and Arthur Howington. 36 pp., illus. October, 1989.    OUT OF PRINT

Museum Papers (1910-1960, Terminated)

1.    Smith Hall, The New Museum and Home of the Geological Survey. E. A. Smith. 7 pp. 1 plate.    Out of Print

2.    The Museum as an Educator. Herbert H. Smith. 25 pp., 8 plates, 1912.    Out of Print

3.    Directions for Collecting Land Shells. Herbert H. Smith. 12 pp., 1912.    Out of Print

4.    Annotated List of the Avery Bird Collection. Ernest G. Holt. 142 pp., 1 plate, 1921.    $3.00

5.     Preliminary Catalogue of Alabama Amphibians and Reptiles. H. P. Loding. 59 pp., 1922.    Out of Print

6.    The Anculosae of the Alabama River Drainage. Calvin Goodrich. 57 pp., 3 plates, 1922.    Out of Print

7.    The Genus Gyrotoma. Calvin Goodrich. 32 pp., 2 plates, 1924.    Out of Print

8.    The Terrestrial Shell-Bearing Mollusca of Alabama. Bryant Walker. 32 pp., illus., 1928.    Out of Print

9.    Footprints from the Coal Measures of Alabama. T. H. Aldrich, Sr. and Walter B. Jones. 64 pp., illus., 1930.    $3.00

10.    Goniobases of the Vicinity of Muscle Shoals. Calvin Goodrich. 25 pp., 1930.    Out of Print

11.    Alabama Reptiles. William L. Haltom. 145 pp., 39 plates, 57 figs., 1931.    Out of Print

12.    Description of a Few Alabama Eocene Species and Remarks on Varieties. T. H. Aldrich, Sr. 21 pp., 6 plates.    $3.00

13.    Moundville Culture and Burial Museum. Walter B. Jones and D. L. DeJarnette. 8 pp., 22 illus., 1936.    Out of Print

14.    The Argiopidae or Orb-Weaving Spiders of Alabama. Allan F. Archer. 77 pp., 5 plates, 1940.    $3.00

15.    Anthropological Studies at Moundville. Part I. Indian Skeletons from the Museum Burials at Moundville Part II. Possible Evidence of Scalping at Moundville. C. E. Snow. 57 pp., illus. 1940.    $3.00

16.    Condylo-Diaphysial Angles of Indian Humeri from North Alabama. C. E. Snow. 38 pp., illus., 1940.    $3.00

17.    The Bessemer Site (Excavation of Three Mounds and Surrounding Village Areas near Bessemer, Alabama). D. L. DeJarnette and S. B. Wimberly. 122 pp., illus., 1941.    $3.00

18.    Supplement of the Argiopidae of Alabama. Allan F. Archer. 47 pp., 4 plates, 1941.    $3.00

19.    McQuorquodale Mound. A Manifestation of the Hopewellian Phase in South Alabama. S. B. Wimberly and H. A. Tourtelot. 42 pp., illus., (1941) 1943.    $3.00

20.    Mound State Monument. 19 pp., illus., 1941.    Out of Print

21.    Two Prehistoric Indian Dwarf Skeletons from Moundville. C. E. Snow. 90 pp., 2 plates, 1946.    $3.00

22.    The Theridiidae or Comb-Footed Spiders from Moundville. Allan F. Archer. 67 pp., 2 plates, 1946.    $3.00

23.    The Flint River Site, Ma°48. William S. Webb and D. L. DeJarnette. 44 pp., illus., 1948.    Out of Print

24.    The Whitesburg Bridge Site, Mav10. William S. Webb and D. L. DeJarnette. 44 pp., illus., 1948.    Out of Print

25.    The Perry Site, LU°25. William S. Webb and D. L. DeJarnette. 69 pp., illus., 1948.    $3.00

26.    Little Bear Creek Site, CT°8. William S. Webb and D. L. DeJarnette. 64 pp., illus., 1948.    Out of Print

27.    New Anophthalmid Beetles (Fam. Carabidae) from the Appalachian Region. J. Manson Valentine. 19 pp., 2 plates, 1948.    $3.00

28.    Land Snails of the Genus Stenotrema in the Alabama Region. Allan F. Archer. 85 pp., 10 plates, 1948.    $3.00

29.    Moundville: An Historic Document. Carl E. Guthe. 14 pp., 1950.    Out of Print

30.    A Study of the Theridiid and Mimetid Spiders with Descriptions of New Genera and Species. Alan F. Archer. 44 pp., 4 plates, 1950.    $3.00

31.    Carvernicolous Pselaphid Beetles of Alabama and Tennessee, with Observations on the Taxonomy of the Family. Orlando Park. 107 pp., illus., 1951.    $3.00

32.    Guntersville Basin Pottery. Marion D. Hemilich. 69 pp., illus. 1952.    $3.00

33.    A Key to the Amphibians and Reptiles of Alabama. Ralph L. Chermock. 88 pp., illus., 1952.    Out of Print

34.    New Genera of Anophthalmid Beetles from Cumberland Caves (Carabidae, Trechini). J. Manson Valentine. 41 pp., 5 plates, 1952.    $3.00

35.    New Genera and Species of Cavernicolous Diplopods from Alabama. Richard L. Hoffman. 13 pp., illus., 1956.    $3.00

36.    Archaeological Investigations in Mobile County and Clarke County, Southern Alabama. Steve B. Wimberly. 262 pp., 7 plates, 1960.    $5.00

Discovering Alabama Series

Discovering Alabama Wetlands. Text by Doug Phillips, Photographs by Robert P. Falls Sr. 113 pp., illus., 2002.    $39.95

Discovering Alabama Forests. Text by Doug Phillips, Photographs by Robert P. Falls Sr. 108 pp., illus., 2006.   $35.00

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Web Publications

The Day the Meteorite Fell in Sylacauga – By John C. Hall, 14 pp, illus., 2010.


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