The OBS Notes Series is the peer-reviewed journal of the Ohio Biological Survey. Papers are freely available as they are published. (Click on the title of the paper to download.) Submissions are welcome on all aspects of the natural history of the flora and fauna of Ohio and the larger region of which Ohio is part. To submit a manuscript, or to ask questions about the journal, please contact Dr. Gene Kritsky, the OBS Publications Director.
Stark, B. P., K. W. Stewart, S. W. Szczytko, and R. W. Baumann. 1998. Common names of stoneflies (Plecoptera) from the United States and Canada. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 1:1-18.
Watters, G. T. 1998. Freshwater mussel surveys of the Big Darby Creek system in central Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 1:19-24.
Watters, G. G. 1998. Freshwater mussel surveys of the Fish Creek system in Ohio and Indiana. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 1:25-29.
Watts, J., and M. Albin. 1998. First Ohio nesting attempt of the Clay-colored Sparrow, Spizella pallida (Swainson). Ohio Biological Survey Notes 1:39-40.
Hambrook, J. A., B. J. Armitage, and M. Vis. 1999. Algal and macroinvertebrate assemblages of selected Ohio springs. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:1-24.
Glotzhober, R. C. 1999. Three new state records of Odonata from Ohio, with additional county records. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:25-33.
Chordas, S. W., III, and E. G. Chapman. 1999. Rediscovery of the water boatman Sigara signata (Hemiptera: Corixidae) in Ohio, with brief notes on habitat and distribution. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:35-37.
Chordas, S. W., III. 1999. Hesperocorixa semilucida (Hemiptera: Corixidae) new to Ohio, with notes on distribution, habitat, and color dimorphism. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:39-42.
Kritsky, G., J. Smith, and N. T. Gallagher. 1999. The 1999 emergence of the periodical cicada in Ohio (Homoptera: Cicadidae: Magicicada spp. Brood V). Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:43-47.
Kritsky, G., N. T. Gallagher, J. Smith, and A. Watkins. 1999. The decline of Cicindela hirticollis Say in Ohio (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae). Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:49-51.
Sanders, R. E., C. Staudt, D. Mishne, M. Smith, E. T. Rankin, C. O. Yoder, R. Thoma, D. Altfater, C. Boucher, K. Capuzzi, R. Miltner, B. Alsdorf, D. L. Rice, and T. M. Cavender. 1999. The frequency of occurrence and relative abundance of Ohio stream fishes: 1979 through 1995. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 2:53-62.
Quinn, E. M., and T. O. Matson. 2011. Population trends of three congeners of mole salamanders (Ambystoma) at an isolated pond in northeast Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 3:1-9.
Hagan, R. H., and R. G. Oldfield. 2011. The aquatic animal community in a Chagrin River tributary at Case Western Reserve University’s Squire Valleevue Farm. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 3:11-20.
Gooley, A. C., H. J. Stanton, C. J. Bartkus, and T. K. Pauley. 2011. The distribution of aquatic turtles along the Ohio, Great Kanawha, and Little Kanawha Rivers, West Virginia, with emphasis on Graptemys ouachitensis and G. geographica. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 3:21-28.
Gooley, A. C., and T. K. Pauley. 2013. Eastern spadefoot (Scaphiopus holbrookii) and other herpetofauna inhabiting an industrial fly-ash disposal site in southern Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 4:1-5.
Lowden, R. M. 2015. Central Ohio flora: summary of the vascular plant treatments of Franklin County, Ohio (U.S.A.), 1834-1997. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 5:1-17.
Leugers, S. D. 2016. A review of the current status of running buffalo clover (Trifolium stoloniferum) in Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 6:1-6.
Bohls, P. A., M. T. Nelson, K. N. Cooper, and J. M. Clark. 2016. Short-term effects of a prescribed burn on butterfly abundance and diversity in a restored northeastern Ohio prairie. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 6:7-13.
Spring, M. R., K. S. Lustofin, C-H. Lin, M. M. Gardiner, and D. McShaffrey. 2017. Quantifying Bee Diversity and Resource Use in the Appalachian foothills near Marietta, Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes 7:1-13.