Refereed Articles

Massip-Veloso Y, Hoagstrom CW, McMahan CD, Matamoros WA 2024. Biogeography of Greater Antillean freshwater fishes, with a review of competing hypotheses. Biological Reviews 99:901-927.

Gomez M, Matamoros WA, Larre-Campuzano S, Yépez-Mulia L, de Fuentes A, Hoagstrom CW 2024. Revised New World bioregions and environmental correlates for vectors of Chagas disease (Hemiptera, Triatominae). Acta Tropica 107063.

Hoagstrom CW, Ung V, Sweat SC, Matamoros WA, Ennen JR 2022. Comparative biogeography of North American turtle faunas: Neogene regionalization. Frontiers of Biogeography 14:e57618.

Rico CN, Hoagstrom CW, Elías DJ, McMahan CD, Matamoros WA 2022. Biotic regionalization of freshwater fishes in Northern Middle America highlights high beta diversity created by prominent biogeographic barriers. Frontiers of Biogeography 14:e58095.

Hoagstrom CW, Echelle AA. 2022. Biogeography of the Macrhybopsis aestivalis complex (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): emphasis on speciation and ancient heterospecific mitochondrial transfer. Environmental Biology of Fishes 105:261-287. [link to view-only version]

MacGuigan DJ, Hoagstrom CW, Domisch S, Hulsey CD, Near TJ. 2021. Integrative ichthyological species delimitation: reconciling genetic, phenotypic, environmental, and biogeographic evidence in the Greenthroat Darter complex (>Percidae:Etheostomatinae). Zoologica Scripta 50:707-733.

Hoagstrom CW, Osborne MJ. 2021. Biogeography of Cyprinodon Across the Great Plains-Chihuahuan Desert Region and Adjacent Areas. Desert Fishes Council Special Publication 2021:20-76.

Ennen JR, Agha M, Sweat SC, Matamoros WA, Lovich JE, Iverson JB, Rhodin AGJ, Thomson RC, Hoagstrom CW. 2021. A watershed moment: focusing in on sub-basins to focus the geography of turtle conservation across the globe. Biological Conservation 253:108925.

Osborne MJ, Portnoy DS, Fields AT, Bean MG, Hoagstrom CW, Conway KW. 2021. Under the radar: genetic assessment of Rio Grande Shiner (Notropis jemezanus) and Speckled Chub (Macrhybopsis aestivalis), two Rio Grande basin endemic cyprinids that have experienced recent range contractions. Conservation Genetics 22:187-204.

Hoagstrom CW, Bestgen KR, Propst DL, Williams JE. 2020. Searching for common ground between life and extinction. Pages 407-418 in DL Propst, JE Williams, KR Bestgen, CW Hoagstrom (editors). Standing Between Life and Extinction. University of Chicago Press.

Hoagstrom CW, Houston D, Mercado-Silva N. 2020. Biodiversity, biogeography, and conservation of North American desert fishes. Pages 36-67 in DL Propst, JE Williams, KR Bestgen, CW Hoagstrom (editors). Standing Between Life and Extinction. University of Chicago Press.

Ennen JR, Agha M, Sweat SC, Matamoros WA, Lovich JE, Rhodin AGJ, Iverson JB, Hoagstrom CW. 2020. Turtle biogeography: Global regionalization and conservation priorities. Biological Conservation 241:108323.

Hoagstrom CW, Xiang L, Lewis-Rogers N, Connors PK, Sessions-Robinson A, Mull JF 2019. A quantitative simulation of coevolution with mutation using playing cards. American Biology Teacher 81:127-132.

Echelle AA, Lang NJ, Borden WC, Schwemm MR, Hoagstrom CW, Eisenhour DJ, Mayden RL, Bussche RAVD. 2018. Molecular systematics of the North American chub genus Macrhybopsis (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Zootaxa 4375:537-554.

Ennen JR, Matamoros WA, Agha M, Lovich JE, Sweat S, Hoagstrom CW. 2017. Hierarchical, quantitative biogeographic provinces for all North American turtles and their contribution to the biogeography of turtles and the continent. Herpetological Monographs 31:142-168.

Matamoros WA, Hoagstrom CW, Schaefer JF, Kreiser BR. 2016. Fish faunal provinces of the conterminous United States of America reflect historical geography and familial composition. Biological Reviews 91:813-832.

Osborne MJ, Diver TA, Hoagstrom CW, Turner TF. 2016. Biogeography of "Cyprinella lutrensis": intensive genetic sampling from the Pecos River ‘melting pot’ reveals a dynamic history and phylogenetic complexity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 117:264-284.

Collyer ML, Hall MD, Smith MD, Hoagstrom CW. 2015. Habitat-morphotype associations of Pecos pupfish (Cyprinodon pecosensis) in isolated habitat complexes. Copeia 103:181-199.

Hoagstrom CW, Archdeacon TP, Davenport SR, Propst DL, Brooks JE. 2015. Intrafragment riverscape conservation for an imperiled, small-bodied, pelagic-broadcast spawning minnow: speckled chub (Macrhybopsis aestivalis). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:527-537.

Hoagstrom, CW, Turner TF. 2015. Recruitment ecology of pelagic-broadcast spawning minnows: paradigms from the ocean advance science and conservation of an imperilled freshwater fauna. Fish and Fisheries 16:282-299.

Echelle AA, Schwemm MR, Lang NJ, Nagle BC, Simons AM, Unmack PJ, Fisher WL, Hoagstrom CW. 2014. Molecular systematics and historical biogeography of the Nocomis biguttatus species group (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): Nuclear and mitochondrial introgression and a cryptic Ozark species. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 81:109-119.

Hoagstrom CW. 2014. Drift versus retention: an alternative perspective to Wilde and Urbanczyk’s ‘relationship between river fragment length and persistence of two imperiled great plains cyprinids’. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29:449-452.

Hoagstrom CW. 2014. Habitat loss and subdivision are additive mechanisms of fish extinction in fragmented rivers. Global Change Biology 21:4-5.

Hoagstrom CW, Ung V, Taylor K. 2014. Miocene rivers and taxon cycles clarify the comparative biogeography of North American highland fishes. Journal of Biogeography 41:644-658.

Davenport SR, Mull JF, Hoagstrom CW. 2013. Attempted consumption of a dangerous, riparian ant (Camponotus vicinus) by a threatened, fluvial minnow (Notropis simus pecosensis). Southwestern Naturalist 58:126-128.

Hoagstrom CW, Brooks JE, Davenport SR. 2011. A large-scale conservation perspective considering endemic fishes of the North American plains. Biological Conservation 144:21-34.

Osborne MJ, Davenport SR, Hoagstrom CW, Turner TF. 2010. Genetic effective size, Ne, tracks density in a small freshwater cyprinid, Pecos bluntnose shiner (Notropis simus pecosensis). Molecular Ecology 19:2832-2844.

Hoagstrom CW, Berry CR Jr. 2010. The native range of walleye in the Missouri River drainage. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:642-654.

Hoagstrom CW, Zymonas ND, Davenport SR, Propst DL, Brooks JE. 2010. Rapid species replacements between fishes of the North American plains: a case history from the Pecos River. Aquatic Invasions 5:141-153.

Hoagstrom CW, Remshardt WJ, Smith JR, Brooks JE. 2010. Changing fish faunas in two reaches of the Rio Grande in the Albuquerque Basin. Southwestern Naturalist 55:78-88.

Hoagstrom CW. 2009. Causes and impacts of salinization in the Lower Pecos River. Great Plains Research 19:27-44.

Hoagstrom CW, Hayer CA, Berry CR Jr. 2009. Criteria for determining native distributions of poorly-studied taxa: the case of the northern plains killifish in the Cheyenne River drainage, North America. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19:88-95.

Hoagstrom CW, Brooks JE, Davenport SR. 2008. Recent habitat association and the historical decline of Notropis simus pecosensis. River Research and Applications 24:789-803.

Hoagstrom CW, Brooks JE, Davenport SR. 2008. Spatiotemporal population trends of Notropis simus pecosensis, 1992-2005, in relation to habitat conditions and the annual flow regime. Copeia 2008:5-15.

Hoagstrom CW, Berry CR Jr. 2008. Morphological diversity among fishes in a Great Plains river drainage. Hydrobiologia 596:367-386.

Hoagstrom CW, Gosch NJC, DeWitte AC, Berry CR Jr, Duehr JP. 2007. Biodiversity, biogeography, and longitudinal fish faunal structure among perennial, warmwater streams of the Cheyenne River drainage. Prairie Naturalist 39:117-144.

Selch TM, Hoagstrom CW, Weimer EJ, Duehr JP, Chipps SR. 2007. Influence of fluctuating water levels on mercury concentrations in adult walleye. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 79:36-40.

Hoagstrom CW, DeWitte AC, Gosch NJC, Berry CR Jr. 2007. Historical fish assemblage flux in the Cheyenne River below Angostura Dam. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22:219-229.

Kaemingk MA, Graeb BDS, Hoagstrom CW, Willis DW. 2007. Patterns of Fish Diversity in a mainstem Missouri River Reservoir and Associated Delta. River Research and Applications 23:786-791.

Hoagstrom CW, Wall SS, Kral JG, Blackwell BG, Berry CR Jr. 2007. Zoogeographic patterns and faunal change of South Dakota Fishes. Western North American Naturalist 67:161-184.

Hoagstrom CW, Wall SS, Berry CR Jr, Duehr JP. 2006. River size and fish assemblages in southwestern South Dakota. Great Plains Research 16:117-126.

Hoagstrom CW, Berry CR Jr. 2006. Island biogeography of native fish faunas among Great Plains drainage basins: basin scale features influence composition. American Fisheries Society Symposium 48:221-264.

Hoagstrom CW, Brooks JE. 2005. Distribution and status of Arkansas River shiner Notropis girardi and Rio Grande shiner Notropis jemezanus, Pecos River, New Mexico. Texas Journal of Science 57:35-58.

Hoagstrom CW. 2003. Historical and recent fish fauna of the Lower Pecos River. Pages 91-110 in G. P. Garrett and N. L. Allan (editors). Aquatic fauna of the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Special Publications of the Museum of Texas Tech University 46.

Hoagstrom CW, Brooks JE. 1999. Distribution, status, and conservation of the Pecos pupfish, Cyprinodon pecosensis. Technical Report No. 2, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Santa Fe.

Echelle AA, Hoagstrom CW, Echelle AF, Brooks JE. 1997. Expanded occurrence of genetically introgressed pupfish (Cyprinodontidae: Cyprinodon pecosensis x variegatus) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 42:336-339.

Edited Books

Propst DL, Williams JE, Bestgen KR, Hoagstrom CW. 2020. Standing Between Life and Extinction: Ethics and Ecology of Conserving Aquatic Species in North American Deserts. University of Chicago Press.

Standing Between Life and Extinction Flyer

Edited Proceedings

Bean MG, Garrett GP, Hoagstrom CW. 2021. Proceedings of the Desert Fishes Council Special Publication 2021. Desert Fishes Council.

Other publications (not peer-reviewed)

Galat DL, Braaten PJ, Guy C, Hoagstrom C, Horton T, Moser D, Pauker C. 2023. Chapter 10: Missouri River Basin. In MD Delong, TD Jardine, AC Benke, CE Cushing (editors). Rivers of North America, second edition. Academic Press.

Pasbrig, CA, Wagner, MD, Hoagstrom CW, Adams WE Jr, Neumann RM. 2022. Guide to the fishes of South Dakota, second edition. South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks, Pierre, SD.

Hoagstrom CW. 2020. Case Study 6.8: Pecos River restoration and the threatened Pecos bluntnose shiner, New Mexico. Pages 290-291 in MK Briggs, WR Osterkamp (editors). Renewing our rivers, stream corridor restoration in dryland regions. The University of Arizona Press.

Hoagstrom CW, Adams WE Jr, Neumann RM, Willis DW. 2011. Guide to the fishes of South Dakota. South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks, Pierre, SD.

Hoagstrom CW, Wall SS, Kral JG, Blackwell BG. 2007. Recent zoogeography of South Dakota fishes. Pages 37-89 in CR Berry Jr, KF Higgins, DW Willis, and SR Chipps (editors). History of fisheries and fishing in South Dakota. South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Pierre.

Hoagstrom CW, DeWitte AC, Gosch NJC, Berry CR Jr. 2006. Perennial-Warmwater Fish Communities of the Cheyenne River Drainage: a seasonal assessment. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 85:213-245.

Hoagstrom CW, Hayer CA, Kral JG, Wall SS, Berry CR Jr. 2006. Rare and Declining Fishes of South Dakota: a river drainage scale perspective. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 85:171-211.

Berry CR Jr, Hoagstrom CW. 2003. Bioethics in a changing world: fisheries issues. Fisheries 28(9):30-31.