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Appendix B: References and Background Articles Arkansas Native Plant Society Rare plant conference (loose leaf notebook with maps and other data). August. Hot Springs, Arkansas. Arkansas Natural
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Appendix B: References and Background Articles Arkansas Native Plant Society Rare plant conference (loose leaf notebook with maps and other data). August. Hot Springs, Arkansas. Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission Ark. Nat. Heritage Inventory program Elements of Special Concern, Plants and Animals. 33 pp. Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission Arkansas Natural Heritage Inventory Program, Elements of Special Concern, Plants and Animals. Little Rock, AR. Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission. Current listing of sensitive species. Through Susan Hooks, Forest Botanist. July 14, 2004 Bates, V Overview of plant communities and an inventory of natural areas. Vol. 1. (Unpubl. report on file of a project supported by Arkansas Nature Conservancy, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, and U.S. Forest Service, 144 pp.) Bates, V Ouachita National Forest. Vol. II. Sensitive plant species information, Poteau Ranger District. (Unpubl. report on file of a project supported by Arkansas Nature Conservancy, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, and U.S. Forest Service). Bates, V Cold Springs, and Fourche District sensitive plant species information. Volume II. A report to the Arkansas Nature Conservancy, Little Rock; Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, Little Rock; and U.S. Forest Service, Ouachita National Forest, Hot Springs, AR. Bates, V Mena Ranger District, Ouachita National Forest, sensitive plant species information. Document produced for the Mena Ranger District, Ouachita National Forest. Mena, Arkansas. Bates, V Oden Ranger District, Ouachita National Forest, sensitive plant species information. Document produced for the Oden Ranger District, Ouachita National Forest. Mena, Arkansas. Bates, V An endangered species status report: Ptilimnium nodosum (Rose) Mathias in Arkansas. A report submitted to the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, Little Rock. Brown, A.V. and K.B. Brown Stream Inventory of Lampsilis powelli Populations on NF Lands. Final report submitted to the Ouachita NF. ECOLAB, Fayetteville, AR. Bukenhofer, G.A., J.C. Neal, and W.G. Montague Renewal and recovery: shortleaf pine/bluestem grass ecosystem and red-cockaded woodpeckers. Proc. Ark. Acad, Sci. 48: Caldwell, R.S Population status of Stenotrema pilsbryi (Ferris). Report to Arkansas Nongame Preservation Committee. Little Rock, AR. Carlton, C.E. and L. Spencer Distribution of Speyeria diana (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in the highlands of Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, with comments on conservation. Entomological News 107(4): Carlton, C.E. and F. Rothwein The endangered American Burying Beetle, Nicrophorus americanus Oliver, at the edge of its range in Arkansas (Coleoptera: Silphidae). The Coleopterists Bull. 52: Chester, D.N., D.F. Stauffer, T.J. Smith, D.R. Luukkonen, and J.D. Fraser Habitat use by nonbreeding bald eagles in North Carolina. J. 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Chapman Habitat preference of the endangered American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus) in Oklahoma. Southwestern Naturalist 38(3): DeGraaf, R.M., V.E. Scott, R.H. Hamre, L. Ernst, and S.H. Anderson Forest and rangeland birds of the United States: Natural history and habitat use. USDA Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook No p. Dunning, J.B Bachman's sparrow. In The Birds of North America, No. 38 (A.Poole, P.Stettenheim, and F.Gill, Eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D.C.: The American Ornithologists' Union. Escano, R. E. F Red-cockaded woodpecker extinction or recovery: summary of status and management on our national forests. Pages in D. L. Kulhavy, R. G. Hooper, and R. Costa, eds. Redcockaded woodpecker: recovery, ecology and management. Center for Applied Studies in Forestry, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Nacogdoches, Tx. Foti, T.L. and J.M. 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Robinson Jr., and J.A. Jackson The red-cockaded woodpecker: notes on life history and management. SA-GR9. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern area, Atlanta, 8 pp. Hudson, E Survey of Ptilimnium nodosum. Unpublished report on file at Ouachita NF, Supervisor's Office. Hunter, C.G Wildflowers of Arkansas. The Ozark Society Foundation, Little Rock, AR 296 pp. Hunter, C.G Trees, shrubs, & vines of Arkansas. The Ozark Society Foundation, Little Rock, AR 207 pp. James, D. A., D. L. Hart, and F. L. Burnside Study of the red-cockaded woodpecker in Arkansas. Final Rep., Proj. E-1-5, Job II. 47pp James, D.A. and J.C. Neal Arkansas birds: Their distribution and abundance. University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville. 402 p. James, D. A., and J. C. Neal Update of the status of the red-cockaded woodpecker in Arkansas. Little Rock. 18pp. Kiser J. and C. Elliott Foraging habitat, food habits, and roost tree characteristics of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) during autumn in Jackson County, Kentucky. Unpublished report submitted to Nongame Program, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 65 pp. 3 of 7 Kreiter, S.D Dynamics and spatial pattern of a virgin old-growth hardwood-pine forest in the Ouachita Mountains, Oklahoma, from 1896 to Kulhavy, D. L., Hooper, R. G., and Costa, R., editors, 1995, Red-cockaded woodpecker: recovery, ecology and management: Nacogdoches, Tx, Center for Applied Studies in Forestry, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., 552 PP. Kurta, A., K.J. Williams and R. Mies Ecological behavioral, and thermal observations of a peripheral population of Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis). Pp , In Barclay, R.M.R. and R.M. Brigham, eds. Bats and forests symposium. October 19-21, Victoria BC. British Columbia Ministry of Forests. Ligon, J. D Behavior and breeding biology of the red-cockaded woodpecker. Auk 87: Lomolino, M.V., J.C. Creighton, G.D. Schnell, and D.L. Certain Ecology and conservation of the endangered American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus). Conservation Biology 9(3): MacGregor, R. J., J. D. Kiser, M. W. Gumbert and T. O. Reed Autumn Roosting of Male Indiana Bats (Myotis sodalis) in a Managed Forest Setting in Kentucky. In Proceedings, 12 th central hardwood forest conference; 1999 February 28-March 1-2; Lexington, KY. Eds. Stringer, J.W. and D.L. Loftis. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-24. Ashville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 293 pp. Madge, R. B A taxonomic study of the genus Nicrophorus in America North of Mexico. Masters Thesis, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL. 66 pp. Maddox, D., and R. Bartgis Harperella (Ptilimnium nodosum (Rose) Mathias) Agency Draft Recovery Plan. Prepared by Maryland Natural Heritage Program. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Newton Corner, Massachusetts. Masters, R.E Effects of timber harvest and prescribed fire on wildlife habitat and use in the Ouachita Mountains of eastern Oklahoma. Ph. 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