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Stickleback Species Pairs Hatfield, Todd
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Abstract: The fish known collectively as “stickleback species pairs” are small, freshwater fish which are of particular scientific interest because of their evolutionary history and their extremely limited distribution. They are descended from the ocean-dwelling Threespine Stickleback, which is common in coastal marine waters throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Populations of freshwater sticklebacks are often found in low-elevation coastal lakes and streams, but it is only in a very few locations that marine sticklebacks have evolved into species pairs – two distinct but closely related species living side-by-side in the same lake.
 
Hatfield, Todd. 1999. Stickleback Species Pairs. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Species At Risk brochure
 
Topic: Species and Ecosystems at Risk
Keywords: species at risk, sara, stickleback, endangered, threatened
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Gasterosteus sp. 5, Gasterosteus sp. 4, Gasterosteus sp. 2, Gasterosteus sp. 3
ISBN: 0-7726-7665-8 English Name: Paxton Lake Benthic Stickleback, Enos Lake Benthic Stickleback, Enos Lake Limnetic Stickleback, Paxton Lake Limnetic Stickleback
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