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The highland fish fauna of eastern North America consists of Appalachian and Ozark centers of endemism separated by the intervening Glacial Till Plains. Clades within these areas are more closelyExpand
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Broad‐ to fine‐scale population genetic patterning in the smallmouth bass Micropterus dolomieu across the Laurentian Great Lakes and beyond: an interplay of behaviour and geography
Analysis of population genetic relationships reveals the signatures of current processes such as spawning behaviour and migration, as well as those of historical events including vicariance andExpand
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Notes: Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Confirms the Existence of a Genetically Divergent Walleye Population in Northeastern Mississippi
Abstract Mitochondrial DNA analysis of 16 walleyes Stizostedion vitreum originating from Luxapalila Creek in northeastern Mississippi showed that they were genetically distinct (2.34% sequenceExpand
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Threatened fishes of the world: Phoxinus cumberlandensis Starnes & Starnes, 1978 (Cyprinidae)
Common name: Blackside dace (E). Conservation status: This species is listed as Federally Threatened (Biggins 1987), considered endangered in Tennessee, and listed as Endangered in Kentucky.Expand
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Computational study of diffraction patterns for near-field Fresnel and Gabor zone plates.
Near-field designs of Fresnel and Gabor zone plates are computationally analyzed by using versions that allow the foci to be brought closer to the plate than in the usual far-field applications. ItExpand
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Female Preference and the Maintenance of Male Fin Ornamentation in Three Egg-Mimic Darters (Pisces: Percidae)
ABSTRACT Egg-mimic, or lollypop darters comprise four species in which breeding males develop large knobs supported by attenuated rays above the second dorsal fin. These structures are presumably theExpand
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Seasonal Feeding Ecology of the Fantail Darter, Etheostoma flabellare, from Stinking Fork, Indiana
ABSTRACT The food habits of the fantail darter were studied in Stinking Fork, a tributary of the Little Blue River in southern Indiana. A total of 593 darters were collected and their stomachExpand
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