DNA barcoding of shared fish species from the North Atlantic and Australasia : minimal divergence for most taxa , but Zeus faber and Lepidopus caudatus each probably constitute two species

@inproceedings{Ward2008DNABO,
  title={DNA barcoding of shared fish species from the North Atlantic and Australasia : minimal divergence for most taxa , but Zeus faber and Lepidopus caudatus each probably constitute two species},
  author={Robert D. Ward and Filipe de Oliveira Costa and Bronwyn H. Holmes and Dirk Steinke},
  year={2008}
}
Fifteen fish species, totalling 149 specimens, were cytochrome c oxidase I sequenced— barcoded—from Northern (Atlantic and Mediterranean) and Southern (Australasian) Hemisphere waters. Thirteen species showed no significant evidence of spatial genetic differentiation for this gene, although small sample sizes reduced statistical power. For marine fish, barcodes collected in one part of a species range are likely to be useful as identifiers in all other parts of its range. Two species did show… CONTINUE READING

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