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The Rio Grande silvery minnow was once one of the most common species in the Rio Grande, occurring from near Espanola, NM downst

Date
January 1, 2003
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Wednesday, January 1, 2003
The Rio Grande silvery minnow was once one of the most common species in the Rio Grande, occurring from near Espanola, NM downst

The species has been extirpated from more than 95% of its historical range and today occurs only in 170 mile stretch of the river in the Middle Rio Grande Valley.
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