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BACKGROUND Clonal marine organisms exhibit high levels of morphological variation. Morphological differences may be a response to environmental factors but also they can be attributed to accumulated genetic differences due to disruption of gene flow among populations. In this study, we examined the extensive morphological variation (of 14 characters) in(More)
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are conservation strategies to preserve the degradation of marine ecosystems by allowing species to naturally recover. Central to MPA design is the assumption of connectivity in marine populations over hundreds of kilometers, but only in a few handful of species the scale of connectivity has been estimated. To facilitate the(More)
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