Geographic independence and phylogenetic diversity of red shiner introductions

@article{Glotzbecker2016GeographicIA,
  title={Geographic independence and phylogenetic diversity of red shiner introductions},
  author={Gregory J. Glotzbecker and Fernando Alda and Richard E. Broughton and David Thomas Andrew Neely and Richard L. Mayden and Michael J. Blum},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={795-809}
}
Identifying areas at risk of invasion can be difficult when the distribution of a non-native species encompasses geographically disjunct regions. Understanding genealogical relationships among native and non-native populations can clarify the origins of fragmented distributions, which in turn can clarify how fast and far a non-native species may spread. We evaluated genetic variation across the native and invasive ranges of red shiner (Cyprinella lutrensis), a minnow known to displace and… CONTINUE READING