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Table 1 Drainage and State for Catostomus(=C), Xyrauchen(=X), Moxostoma(=M). Sites = Sample sites, N=Number of samples

From: Unraveling historical introgression and resolving phylogenetic discord within Catostomus (Osteichthys: Catostomidae)

Species Major Drainage State Sites N
C. ardens Bonneville Basin WY, UT 2 4
C. latipinnis Upper Colorado River WY, UT, CO, AZ, NM 11 11
Grand Canyon AZ 3 5
Virgin River UT 1 8
C. “crassicauda” Little Colorado River AZ 3 8
C. insignis Lower Colorado River AZ, NM 5 7
C. jordani Missouri River MT 1 2
C. lahontan Lahontan Basin NV 2 5
C. bondi Columbia River OR 1 2
C. platyrhynchus Bonneville WY, UT 4 6
Upper Colorado River WY, UT, CO 16 20
C. virescens Bonneville Basin WY, UT 5 5
C. discobolus Upper Colorado River WY, UT, CO, AZ, NM 29 31
Grand Canyon AZ 5 6
Little Colorado River AZ 8 13
C. d. yarrowi Zuni River NM 3 12
C. clarkii Virgin River NV 1 1
Lower Colorado River AZ, NM 7 8
C. santaanae Los Angeles River CA 1 3
C. plebeius Rio Grande CO, NM 6 6
C. commersonii Mississippi River ND, IL 3 3
Upper Colorado River WY, CO 2 2
C. tahoensis Lahontan Basin NV 1 3
C. rimiculus Rogue River OR 1 1
C. microps Goose Lake OR 1 1
C. columbianus Donner und Blitzen River OR 2 2
C. catostomus Upper Colorado River WY 1 3
X. texanus Upper Colorado River UT, NM 2 4
M. macrolepidotum Mississippi River ND 1 1
M. valenciennesi Mississippi River MN 1 1
   Total 129 184