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

Irate Mormon (archimedes at
Tue, 04 Oct 2005 18:27:41 -0400

Quoting Bruce Stallsmith <fundulus at>:

> Genetic analysis gives a confusing picture of population/species structure
> within and between anomalum and oligolepis, with phenotypic differences more
> irregular than makes easy sense too. This is based on work done in Rick
> Mayden's lab, both in Alabama and St. Louis, that I saw presented several
> years ago at an ASIH meeting. There are different species within this group,
> but the demarcations probably don't match traditional thinking as I
> understand it.

Well, if ya don't like 'em, LUMP 'em!


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