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Albert, S. Email from Steven Albert Director of Zuni Fish and Wildlife Department in Zuni, New Mexico on September 14, 2001, on a draft Zuni bluehead sucker report for data in 2000. 16 pp.

Carman, S.M. 2008. Zuni bluehead sucker monitoring and conservation efforts, 2007. Summary Report, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. 15 pp.

Cope, E.D. 1874. On the Plagoterinae and ichthyology of Utah. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 14: 129-139.

Crabtree, C.B. and D.G. Buth. 1987. Biochemical systematics of the catostomid genus Catostomus: assessment of C. clarki, C. plebius, and C. discobolus including the Zuni sucker, C.d. yarrowi. Copeia 1987: 843-854.

David, J. 2006. Stream and Reservoir Sampling on the Navajo Nation August 2004 and 2005. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Document No. USFWS-AZFRO-FL-06-009. 40 pp.

Douglas, M.R., M.E. Douglas, W.J.B. Anthonysamy, M.A. Davis and M.R. Bangs. 2013. A population genetic evaluation of bluehead sucker (Catostomus discobolus) from Chuska Mountain and Defiance Plateau Drainages (AZ/NM) and the Zuni River (NM). Fayetteville, Arkansas: University of Arkansas, Department of Biological Sciences and Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey.

Hobbes, A. 2000. Memorandum, to Zuni bluehead sucker survey participants for survey in April 17-19 2000. May 5, 2000. Fish Biologist, New Mexico Department Game of Fish in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 18 pp.

Hopken, M.W., M.R. Douglas, and M.E. Douglas. 2013. Stream hierarchy defines riverscape genetics of a North American desert fish. Molecular Ecology 22: 956-971.

Propst, D.L. 1999. Threatened and Endangered Fishes of New Mexico. Technical Report No. 1. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 84 pp.

Propst, D.L., A.L. Hobbes, and T.L. Stroh. 2001. Distribution, status, and notes on the biology of Zuni bluehead sucker, Catostomus discobolus yarrowi (Cope), in New Mexico. The Southwest Naturalist 46: 158-170.

Schwemm, M. R. and T. E. Dowling. Presentation made to the AZGFD, 6 Nov 2008.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service). 2012. Meeting notes discussing the genetic status of Zuni bluehead sucker in New Mexico and Arizona in attendance was Melissa Mata, Susan Oetker and Steve Chambers (Service), Thomas Turner and Megan Osborne (University of New Mexico) and Thomas Dowling (Arizona State University). Note to File. April 3, 2012. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Smith, G.R. 1966. Distribution and evolution of the North American catostomid fishes of the subgenus Pantosteus, Genus Catostomus. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 129.

Smith, G.R., J.G. Hall, R.K. Koehn, and D.J. Innes. 1983. Taxonomic relationships of the Zuni Mountain sucker, Catostomus discobolus yarrowi. Copeia 1993: 37-48.

Turner, T.F. and W.D. Wilson. 2009. Conservation genetics of Zuni bluehead sucker (Catostomus discobolus yarrowi) in New Mexico. Final Report submitted to Conservation Services Division, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Unmack, P.J., T. Dowling, N. Laitinen, C. Secor, R. Mayden, D. Shiozawa and G. Smith. (2012). Influence of introgression and geological processes on phylogenetic relationships of western North American mountain suckers (Pantosteus, Catostomidae). Unpublished manuscript.


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