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Occurs in springs, ciénegas, shorelines and cutoff channels of rivers and creeks, even colonizing ephemeral canals and ditches along roadsides (Ref. 43452). Distinct pairing during breeding. (Ref. 205). Demersal eggs with adhesive threads (Ref. 205).


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