Ecological, morphological, and genetic differentiation of Daphnia (Hyalodaphnia) from the Finnish and Russian subarctic

@inproceedings{Schwenk2004EcologicalMA,
  title={Ecological, morphological, and genetic differentiation of Daphnia (Hyalodaphnia) from the Finnish and Russian subarctic},
  author={Karen L. Schwenk and Paavo Junttila and Milla Rautio and Finn Bastiansen and James C. Knapp and Outi Dove and Raquel Billiones and Bruno Streit},
  year={2004}
}
We studied genetic differentiation of two subarctic Daphnia species (subgenus Hyalodaphnia; Cladocera: Anomopoda) in relation to ecological and morphological diversification. Daphnia longispina and the recently discovered species Daphnia umbra are genetically differentiated based on mitochondrial 12S rDNA and internal transcribed spacer (ITS) regions. Genetic differentiation of 12S rDNA among the two sister taxa is in the range of differentiation among other Hyalodaphnia species (uncorrected… CONTINUE READING

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