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Conservation status of imperiled north American freshwater and diadromous fishes
Abstract This is the third compilation of imperiled (i.e., endangered, threatened, vulnerable) plus extinct freshwater and diadromous fishes of North America prepared by the American FisheriesExpand
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Fishes of North America Endangered, Threatened, or of Special Concern: 1989
Abstract The American Fisheries Society herein provides an update of their now decade-old list of rare North American fishes. The 1989 list adds 139 new taxa to the list developed by Deacon et al.Expand
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Temporal diversification of Mesoamerican cichlid fishes across a major biogeographic boundary.
The Mexican Neovolcanic Plateau sharply divides the vertebrate fauna of Mesoamerica where the climate of both the neotropics and temperate North America gradually blend. Only a few vertebrate groupsExpand
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Convergence among cave catfishes: long-branch attraction and a Bayesian relative rates test.
Convergence has long been of interest to evolutionary biologists. Cave organisms appear to be ideal candidates for studying convergence in morphological, physiological, and developmental traits. HereExpand
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Outbreak of Salmonella infantis infection in a large animal veterinary teaching hospital.
During the past 11 years, there have been numerous reports of outbreaks of salmonellosis involving horses in veterinary teaching hospitals. Some of these outbreaks have been associated withExpand
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Discovery of African roots for the Mesoamerican Chiapas catfish, Lacantunia enigmatica, requires an ancient intercontinental passage
ABSTRACT Mesoamerica is famous for its complex biota assembled from diverse sources. The recent discovery of a highly distinct freshwater catfish, Lacantunia enigmatica (Lacantuniidae), in Chiapas,Expand
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Trophic morphology, feeding performance and prey use in the polymorphic fish Herichthys minckleyi
Question: How does pharyngeal jaw morphology influence feeding performance and prey use in the trophically polymorphic cichlid fish Herichthys minckleyi ? Organism: Herichthys minckleyi exhibits twoExpand
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Mexican native trouts: a review of their history and current systematic and conservation status
While biologists have been aware of theexistence of native Mexican trouts for over acentury, they have received little study. Thefew early studies that did much more thanmention their existence beganExpand
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Freshwater fishes and water status in México: A country-wide appraisal.
México is the southernmost country in North America, and extends into Central America, south of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. The northern half of México is located on the Temperate belt and is arid inExpand
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