A Short Trip to Xilitla, Mexico

I’m just back from a trip to Mexico, where I accompanied a biologist (Molly Morris, from Ohio University) studying a group of fishes (Xiphophorus) that inhabit small freshwater streams in Mexico. We stayed in a small town called Xilitla,  the state of San Luis Potosí. This part of Mexico, known as Huasteca, is rich in culture and nature, and our stay coincided with one of Mexico’s days of great celebration—El Día de Guadalupe. This is a photo of a man and his child at a shrine  to Guadalupe near Xilitla, one of many throughout Mexico. I’ll have many photos to post to my website soon.

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