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Threatened fishes of the world: Deltistes luxatus (Cope 1879) (Catostomidae)

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Evans, A.N., Neilson, B.J., Markle, D.F. et al. Threatened fishes of the world: Deltistes luxatus (Cope 1879) (Catostomidae). Environ Biol Fish 86, 401 (2009).

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