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Summary 1. Fishes can often rebound numerically and distributionally from short-term (i.e. seasonal) drought, yet their capacity to recover from decades or centuries of drought is less apparent. An exceedingly warm and dry period swept the intermontane west of North America ca. 7500 years BP, concomitant with an abrupt extinction of >35 mammal species. Were larger fishes in mainstem rivers also impacted by this drought? 2. The Colorado River Basin encompasses seven states in western North America and drains 600 000 km2. Its endemic mainstem fish community is ancient (i.e. Miocene) but depauperate. 3. We evaluated one widely distributed candidate species (flannelmouth sucker, Catostomus latipinnis) for basin-wide...
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Flannelmouth sucker (Catostomus latipinnis) status data created for the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society (WDAFS)


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