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Genetic signatures of historical dispersal of fish threatened by biological invasions: the case of galaxiids in South America / Delphine Vanhaecke; Carlos Garcia De Leaniz; Gonzalo Gajardo; Jason Dunham; Guillermo Giannico; Sofia Consuegra; Sofia Consuegra del Olmo
Journal of Biogeography, Volume: 42, Issue: 10, Pages: 1942 - 1952
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DOI (Published version): 10.1111/jbi.12568
Genetic signatures of historical dispersal of fish threatened by biological invasions: the case of galaxiids in South America
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This paper is one of the first exploring the genetic, and not only ecological, impact of invasive species on native populations. Most of the genetic/evolutionary work on invasions focuses on the invaders, this study highlights the urgent need for considering genetic impacts on native species affected by biological invasions.
Aplochiton, biological invasions, gene flow, mtDNA, microsatellites, phylogeography, post-glacial colonisation, salmonids
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