Implications of movement behavior on mussel dislodgement: exogenous selection in a Mytilus spp. hybrid zone

Abstract

Rocky intertidal habitats often exhibit high levels of environmental heterogeneity, and the ability of organisms to move between microhabitats is likely to have a profound influence on their rates of mortality and overall fitness. Mussels within the Mytilus edulis complex are morphologically very similar, yet at sites where these species hybridize in… (More)

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