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From: Evolutionary history of the endangered fish Zoogoneticus quitzeoensis(Bean, 1898) (Cyprinodontiformes: Goodeidae) using a sequential approach to phylogeography based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA data

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Sampling sites in Central Mexico from which the Zoogoneticus quitzeoensis specimens were obtained. 1) Magdalena, 2) El Moloya, 3) Los Veneros, 4) La Alberca, 5) La Platanera, 6) La Luz, 7) Orandino, 8) San Francisco del Rincón, 9) Belisario, 10) San Cristóbal, 11) La Mintzita, 12) Zacapu. Light blue outlines represent the areas of the paleolakes that developed in Central Mexico during the Miocene-Pleistocene: A) Sayula, B) Magdalena, C) Zacoalco-Ameca. Arrows represent proposed routes of colonisations. Black dotted lines represent geologic faults and grabens: Am: Ameca Fault, SM: San Marcos Fault, PG: Penjamillo Graben, CT: Chapala-Tula Fault, TC and dotted area: Corredor Tarasco volcanic field. The colours in the water bodies represent clades defined in Figures 2 and 3.

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