Hybridization in coral reef fishes: introgression and bi-directional gene exchange in Thalassoma (family Labridae).

@article{Yaakub2006HybridizationIC,
  title={Hybridization in coral reef fishes: introgression and bi-directional gene exchange in Thalassoma (family Labridae).},
  author={Siti Maryam Yaakub and David R. Bellwood and Lynne van Herwerden and Fenton Walsh},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          84-100
        }
}

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