|Editor in Chief:||Benjamin P. Keck, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville|
|Associate Editor:||Brook L. Fluker, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas|
|Associate Editor:||Steven L. Powers,Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia|
The Southeastern Fishes Council (SFC) is a nonprofit scientific organization dedicated to the study and conservation of freshwater and coastal fishes of the southeastern United States. The southeastern region includes the greatest global biodiversity of temperate freshwater fishes, and has well over one-half of all species found in North America. The SFC was formed in 1975 by a group of scientists concerned with increasing environmental threats to rivers of the southeast, and long-term protection of the southeastern fish fauna. The SFC publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers, regional reports, announcements, and other news in the Proceedings. Anyone is encouraged to submit original research articles on the distribution, ecology, systematics, conservation, or other aspects of the biology of southeastern fishes for publication in the Proceedings.
Current Issue: Number 61 (2021)
Original Research Articles
Rediscovery of the Pallid Shiner, Hybopsis amnis, in the Black River System of Arkansas and Missouri Including Notes on Ecology and Life History
Daniel P. Morrill, Calvin R. Rezac, Ginny Adams, S. R. Adams, and Robert Hrabik