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  1. Propst, D. L., A. I. Hobbes i T. L. Stroh, 2001. Distribution and notes on the biology of zuni bluehead sucker, Catostomus discobolus yarrowi, in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, vol. 46 (núm. 2): 158-170.
  2. Calamusso, B., J. N. Rinne i P. R. Turner, 2002. Distribution and abundance of the [[Catostomus plebeius|Rio Grande sucker]] in the Carson and Santa Fe National Forests, New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, vol. 47 (núm. 2): 182-186.
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  4. Gold, J. R., Y. Li, M. C. Birkner i J. D. Jenkin, 1992. Chromosomal NOR karyotypes and genome sizes in Dionda (Osteichthyes: Cyprinidae) from Texas and New Mexico. Southwest. Nat. 37(3):217-222.
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  9. All fishes reported from New Mexico, United States (contiguous states) (anglès)

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  • Baird, S. F. & Girard, C. F., 1854. Descriptions of new species of fishes collected in Texas, New Mexico and Sonora, by Mr. John H. Clark, on the U. S. and Mexican Boundary Survey, and in Texas by Capt. Stewart Van Vliet, U. S. A. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, vol. 7: 24-29.
  • Cope, E. D. & Yarrow, H. C., 1875. Report upon the collections of fishes made in portions of Nevada, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona, during the years 1871, 1872, 1873, and 1874. U. S. Geol. Surv. West 100. Meridian, vol. 5 (Zool.) Chapter 6: 635-703, Pls. 26-32.
  • Echelle, A. A., A. F. Echelle i D. R. Edds, 1987. Population structure of four pupfish species (Cyprinodontidae: Cyprinodon) from the Chihuahuan Desert region of New Mexico and Texas: Allozymic variation. Copeia 1987 (núm. 3): 668-681.
  • Pease, A. A., Justine Davis, J., Edwards, M. S. i Turner, T. F., 2006. Habitat and resource use by larval and juvenile fishes in an arid-land river (Rio Grande, New Mexico). Freshwater Biology, 51: 475–486. [2]
  • Sublette, J. E., M. D. Hatch i M. Sublette, 1990. The fishes of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. xiii + 393 pp.
  • Whitney, J. E., Gido, K. B., Pilger, T. J., Propst, D. L. i Turner, T. F., 2015. Metapopulation analysis indicates native and non-native fishes respond differently to effects of wildfire on desert streams. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. [3]
  • Yates, T. L., M. A. Lewis i M. D. Hatch, 1984. Biochemical systematics of three species of catfish (Genus Ictalurus) in New Mexico. Copeia 1984(1):97-101.

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