Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sad or Sober News Can be the Most Difficult Kind to Report On

Sometimes it is so difficult to write a post about Alvord phenotypes . . .  Especially when the most recent news does not seem to be particularly encouraging, uplifting, edifying . . . Yet much as ‘beauty is in the eye … Continue reading

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Absolutely, Among the Rarest of Species on Planet Earth

Of trout species native to the Great Basin and Range, many are uniquely adapted to the alkaline environments and the harsh extremes of this desolate, austere, expanse.  In such lethal environs, species that adapt, even by losing the natural predisposition for … Continue reading

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