Fishes of North America Endangered, Threatened, or of Special Concern: 1989

  title={Fishes of North America Endangered, Threatened, or of Special Concern: 1989},
  author={Jack E. Williams and James E. Johnson and Dean A. Hendrickson and Salvador Contreras-Balderas and James D. Williams and Miguel Navarro‐Mendoza and Donald Evan McAllister and James E. Deacon},
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. (1979) of 251 fishes and removes 26 for a total of 364 fishes in Canada, United States, and Mexico that warrant protection because of their rarity. The 26 taxa removed from the 1979 list include 16 removed because of better information on their taxonomy or status and 10 because they have become… 
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