Barcoding generalist predators by polymerase chain reaction: carabids and spiders.

@article{Greenstone2005BarcodingGP,
  title={Barcoding generalist predators by polymerase chain reaction: carabids and spiders.},
  author={Matthew H. Greenstone and Daniel L Rowley and Udo Heimbach and Jonathan G Lundgren and Robert S. Pfannenstiel and Stephen A Rehner},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 10},
  pages={
          3247-66
        }
}
Identification of arthropod predators is challenging when closely related species are found at a given locality. Identification of the immature stages is especially problematic, because distinguishing morphological features are difficult to use or have not been described. We used polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to distinguish closely related carabids and spiders, and to match eggs and larvae (or nymphs) with identified adult parents. Within the Carabidae, we amplified species-specific… CONTINUE READING
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