Comparative phylogeography of coastal limpets across a marine disjunction in New Zealand

@article{Goldstien2006ComparativePO,
  title={Comparative phylogeography of coastal limpets across a marine disjunction in New Zealand},
  author={Sharyn Goldstien and David R. Schiel and Neil J. Gemmell},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={15}
}
Cook Strait, which separates the North and South Island of New Zealand, has been a transient, but re‐occurring feature of the New Zealand land mass throughout the Pleistocene, maintaining its current width and depth for the past 5000 years. Historic land fragmentation coupled with the complex hydrography of the Greater Cook Strait region has created both biogeographic and phylogeographic disjunctions between the North and South Island in several marine species. Here we use mitochondrial… 
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