Re: RE: NANFA-L-- Most widespread native cyprinid in N.A.?

dlmcneely at
Mon, 03 Oct 2005 20:25:43 -0500

That might be Dionda diaboli, the Devil's River Minnow. But there
might be something in Mexico that I don't know about, that is limited
to a single spring somewhere.

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