Clonal genome evolution and rapid invasive spread of the marbled crayfish

@article{Gutekunst2018ClonalGE,
  title={Clonal genome evolution and rapid invasive spread of the marbled crayfish},
  author={Julian Gutekunst and Ranja Andriantsoa and Cassandra Falckenhayn and Katharina Hanna and Wolfgang Stein and Jeanne Rasamy and Frank Lyko},
  journal={Nature Ecology & Evolution},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={567-573}
}
The marbled crayfish Procambarus virginalis is a unique freshwater crayfish characterized by very recent speciation and parthenogenetic reproduction. Marbled crayfish also represent an emerging invasive species and have formed wild populations in diverse freshwater habitats. However, our understanding of marbled crayfish biology, evolution and invasive spread has been hampered by the lack of freshwater crayfish genome sequences. We have now established a de novo draft assembly of the marbled… CONTINUE READING

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