The Freshwater Fishes of Mexico

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ID Species Correct Wrong Percentile
1 Achirus mazatlanus (Steindachner, 1869) 0 1 0.00%
2 Notropis grandis Domínguez-Domínguez, Pérez-Rodríguez, Escalera-Vázquez & Doadrio, 2009 0 1 0.00%
3 Cyprinodon verecundus Humphries, 1984 4 8 33.33%
4 Campostoma ornatum Girard, 1856 7 11 38.89%
5 Xenodexia ctenolepis Hubbs, 1950 5 7 41.67%
6 Gila conspersa Garman, 1881 4 5 44.44%
7 Tampichthys erimyzonops (Hubbs & Miller, 1974) 10 11 47.62%
8 Allodontichthys tamazulae Turner, 1946 7 7 50.00%
9 Dionda episcopa Girard, 1856 4 4 50.00%
10 Skiffia lermae Meek, 1902 3 3 50.00%
11 Poeciliopsis balsas Hubbs, 1926 2 2 50.00%
12 Cyprinodon longidorsalis Lozano-Vilano & Contreras-Valderas, 1993 1 1 50.00%
13 Notropis aguirrepequenoi Contreras-Balderas & Rivera-Teillery, 1973 1 1 50.00%
14 Tampichthys ipni (Alvarez & Navarro, 1953) 1 1 50.00%
15 Allotoca zacapuensis Meyer, Radda & Domínguez, 2001 11 10 52.38%
16 Dormitator latifrons (Richardson, 1844) 7 6 53.85%
17 Sicydium gymnogaster Ogilvie-Grant, 1884 13 11 54.17%
18 Cyprinodon maya Humphries & Miller, 1981 6 5 54.55%
19 Allotoca diazi Meek, 1902 8 6 57.14%
20 Notropis nazas Meek, 1904 8 6 57.14%
21 Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque, 1820) 7 5 58.33%
22 Xenotoca variata (Bean, 1887) 7 5 58.33%
23 Notropis tropicus Hubbs & Miller, 1975 10 7 58.82%
24 Cyprinella xanthicara (Minckley & Lytle, 1968) 9 6 60.00%
25 Profundulus labialis (Günther, 1866) 9 6 60.00%
26 Dionda melanops Girard, 1856 3 2 60.00%
27 Neotoca bilineata (Bean, 1887) 3 2 60.00%
28 Priapella intermedia Alvarez & Carranza, 1982 3 2 60.00%
29 Cyprinodon alvarezi Miller, 1976 8 5 61.54%
30 Algansea tincella (Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1844) 15 9 62.50%
31 Allodontichthys polylepis Rauchenberger, 1988 15 9 62.50%
32 Allodontichthys hubbsi Miller & Uyeno, 1980 10 6 62.50%
33 Ictalurus lupus (Girard, 1858) 12 7 63.16%
34 Cyprinodon macrolepis Miller, 1976 7 4 63.64%
35 Rheoheros coeruleus (Stawikowski & Werner, 1987) 7 4 63.64%
36 Ophisternon aenigmaticum Rosen & Greenwood, 1976 11 6 64.71%
37 Chapalichthys pardalis Álvarez, 1963 14 7 66.67%
38 Poecilia latipunctata Meek, 1904 12 6 66.67%
39 Cyprinodon atrorus Miller, 1968 8 4 66.67%
40 Ictalurus meridionalis Günther, 1864 8 4 66.67%
41 Lucania parva (Baird & Girard, 1855) 8 4 66.67%
42 Trinectes maculatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) 8 4 66.67%
43 Dorosoma petenense (Günther, 1867) 6 3 66.67%
44 Pseudoxiphophorus jonesii (Günther, 1874) 6 3 66.67%
45 Centropomus undecimalis (Bloch, 1792) 2 1 66.67%
46 Lutjanus apodus (Walbaum, 1792) 2 1 66.67%
47 Poeciliopsis turrubarensis (Meek, 1912) 2 1 66.67%
48 Cyprinodon meeki Miller, 1976 15 7 68.18%
49 Xiphophorus maculatus (Günther, 1866) 13 6 68.42%
50 Poeciliopsis infans (Woolman, 1894) 11 5 68.75%