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for Brimleyana Vol. Issue 25, July 1998
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Sampling for larvae of six species of ocean-spawning, estuarine-dependent fishes was conducted inside Oregon Inlet and Ocracoke Inlet, two major entry points into the Pamlico Sound. The inlets difference in the abundance and size of species collected which was a function of water temperatures and water salinity.
The river frog occurs in aquatic and riparian habitats in the southeastern US, reaching the northern edge of its range in southeastern North Carolina. It is currently listed in the state as a species of concern being last documented in 1975, although current evidence suggests it may no longer exist in the state; reasons for its disappearance are unknown.
The brook silverside, a small beaked fish, although previously undocumented in the Carolinas, has seen to have expanded its range northward into the Atlanic slope that includes the rivers of North Carolina.
This article discusses the suitability of human constructed, wooded impoundments located on blackwater streams as habitat for wood ducks in North Carolina.