Morphological and genetic analysis of sympatric dace within the Rhinichthys cataractae species complex: a case of isolation lost

@inproceedings{Ruskey2016MorphologicalAG,
  title={Morphological and genetic analysis of sympatric dace within the Rhinichthys cataractae species complex: a case of isolation lost},
  author={Jennifer A. Ruskey and Eric M. Taylor},
  year={2016}
}
The Nooksack dace (Pisces: an undescribed putative taxon within Rhinichthys) and longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) are two forms within the R. cataractae species complex that are distinguishable from one another by mitochondrial (mt) DNA divergence of 2–3%, as well as by subtle morphological differences. The two forms are found in allopatry in south-eastern British Columbia (BC), Canada, and adjacent areas of western Washington, USA, and are sympatric in three streams in the lower Fraser… CONTINUE READING
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