Ecology of cryptic invasions: latitudinal segregation among Watersipora (Bryozoa) species

@inproceedings{Mackie2012EcologyOC,
  title={Ecology of cryptic invasions: latitudinal segregation among
Watersipora (Bryozoa) species},
  author={Joshua A. Mackie and John A Darling and Jonathan B Geller},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2012}
}
Watersipora is an invasive genus of bryozoans, easily dispersed by fouled vessels. We examined Cytochrome c oxidase subunit I haplotypes from introduced populations on the US Pacific coastline to investigate geographic segregation of species and/or haplotypes. In California, the W. subtorquata group fell into three major sub-groups: W. subtorquata clades A and B, and W. "new sp.". W. subtorquata clades A and B were common in southern California south of Point Conception, a recognized… CONTINUE READING
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