Habitat related allozyme variation on a microgeographic scale in the marine snail Littorina mariae ( Prosobranchia : Littorinacea )

@inproceedings{Tatarenkov2007HabitatRA,
  title={Habitat related allozyme variation on a microgeographic scale in the marine snail Littorina mariae ( Prosobranchia : Littorinacea )},
  author={A. Tatarenkov},
  year={2007}
}
The marine snail Litton'na mariae Sacchi & Rastelli occurs in high numbers in the littoral zone on fucoid macro-algae. The eggs are laid on the seaweed and development to miniature snails takes place without any pelagic larval stage. We have mapped the genetic variation of 30 enzyme loci in populations from eight small islands within 15 km of each other on the Swedish west coast. The original intention was to investigate the magnitude of gene flow within and between islands. However, we soon… Expand

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