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Phylogeography and evolution of the triplefin Tripterygion delaisi (Pisces, Blennioidei)
The genus Tripterygion (Risso 1826) is restricted to the eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean, and comprises only three species. T. melanuros and T. tripteronotus are essentially endemic to theExpand
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Disjunct Sea of Cortez–Pacific Ocean Gillichthys mirabilis populations and the evolutionary origin of their Sea of Cortez endemic relative, Gillichthys seta
Abstract The shortjaw mudsucker, Gillichthys seta, an intertidal goby endemic to the Sea of Cortez, has been proposed to be the paedomorphic derivative of the longjaw mudsucker, GillichthysExpand
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Evidence for Multiple Maternal Contributors in Nests of Kelp Greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus, Hexagrammidae)
Twenty-three nests of kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) were examined from British Columbia and central California. The average nest had four clutches of eggs that were associated with rock orExpand
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VICARIANCE AND DISPERSAL ACROSS BAJA CALIFORNIA IN DISJUNCT MARINE FISH POPULATIONS
Abstract.— Population disjunctions, as a first step toward complete allopatry, present an interesting situation to study incipient speciation. The geological formation of the Baja CaliforniaExpand
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Origin of a Spanish population of Fundulus heteroclitus inferred by cytochrome b sequence analysis
In the last 50 years, interest in the phenomenon of colonization of new habitats by immigrating organisms has increased considerably. Advances in transportation, construction and industrialExpand
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Darwin's fishes: Phylogeography of Galápagos Islands reef fishes
Working in the Galapagos Islands and surrounding areas, we examined the relationship between population structure, a precursor to allopatric speciation, in species of reef fishes that exhibitExpand
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First records of the fish Abudefduf sexfasciatus (Lacepède, 1801) and Acanthurus sohal (Forsskål, 1775) in the Mediterranean Sea
To date, the Mediterranean Sea has been subjected to numerous non-indigenous species’ introductions raising the attention of scientists, managers, and media. Several introduction pathways contributeExpand
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Tropical fishes in a temperate sea: evolution of the wrasse Thalassoma pavo and the parrotfish Sparisoma cretense in the Mediterranean and the adjacent Macaronesian and Cape Verde Archipelagos
The northeastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea share geological histories and display great faunal affinities. The majority of the Mediterranean species have Atlantic origins, with a few speciesExpand
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Susumu Ohno: The father of X-inactivation
ABC E-mail karger@karger.ch Fax + 41 61 306 12 34 http://www.karger.com © 1996 S. Karger AG, Basel This article is also accessible online at: http://BioMedNet.com/karger It is not unusual to be toldExpand
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