Thanks Darrell A: Myles was named after Bob Myles who was the VP in charge of the CNW Police.Ron Q: When were the CNW lines north of Cleveland, WI into upper Michigan sold to Wisconsin Central?We added mitogenomes for eight new cypriniforms and one outgroup to a data set comprising 53 and six outgroup mitogenomes from a previous study to make our taxon sampling geographically representative.The ML tree reconfirmed monophyly of four basal cypriniform clades (cyprinids, catostomids, gyrinocheilids, and loaches including balitorids and cobitids).The divergence of Patterns of intercontinental disjunction in the northern hemisphere usually involve four well-known areas, eastern Asia (EA), eastern North America (ENA), western North America (WNA), and Europe (Milne and Abbott, 2002).Most of the studies on species with disjunct distributions in these two areas have focused on estimating phylogenetic relationships among EA and ENA taxa and estimating divergence times, yet few have rigorously analyzed patterns of morphological variation among the disjunct taxa. is distinctive in having a pseudomonomerous gynoecium (two-carpellate with one carpel reduced developmentally).
Q: Myles siding in Wyoming is named after a CNW employee, could you tell me his first name?
It also recovered 18 monophyletic groups largely equivalent to the subfamilial rank, and resolved interrelationships among most of these subfamilial clades.
However, lower bootstrap support for the ML tree and higher approximately unbiased () probabilities for alternative topologies around some branches indicated problems that still need to be resolved.
The C&NW held on to lines north of Green Bay till it was purchased by the Wisconsin Central in 1997 from the Union Pacific. Ralph Q: I have letter written sometime during or just after the Civil War. Steve A: Mendota to Shakopee is the 2nd oldest CNW line in Minnesota (behind Winona-Rochester). I have a date of November 10th, 1865 for the start of service between Mendota and Shakopee.
It mentions seeing the train arrive at the station in Shakopee MN. I know the Milwaukee Road also served Shakopee, but I'd guess the Omaha Rd predecessor (St. It was called the Minnesota Valley, but soon changed its name to the St Paul and Sioux City.