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    1. [ we all know who used work on Sonoita Creek ……..]

      “There are topminnow in Upper Sonoita Creek and they could have colonized (the Santa Cruz) during flooding events. There were also good summer rains and the populations could be increasing due to good conditions,” he said. “Topminnow populations can respond to environmental fluctuations very quickly.”

      Many of these topminnows had the same genetic signatures as those living in Sonoita Creek, Duncan said. But some had a different genetic signature that has been found in topminnows along the Santa Cruz in Mexico as recently as this year, he said.

      “There are topminnow in Upper Sonoita Creek and they could have colonized (the Santa Cruz) during flooding events. There were also good summer rains and the populations could be increasing due to good conditions,” he said. “Topminnow populations can respond to environmental fluctuations very quickly.”

      Many of these topminnows had the same genetic signatures as those living in Sonoita Creek, Duncan said. But some had a different genetic signature that has been found in topminnows along the Santa Cruz in Mexico as recently as this year, he said.
      https://tucson.com/news/local/endangered-topminno

  1. Many of these topminnows had the same genetic signatures as those living in Sonoita Creek, Duncan said. But some had a different genetic signature that has been found in topminnows along the Santa Cruz in Mexico as recently as this year, he said.

    Hey! WHERE DID THOSE GENES COME FROM

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