Integrating multiple lines of evidence to better understand the evolutionary divergence of humpback dolphins along their entire distribution range: a new dolphin species in Australian waters?

@article{Mendez2013IntegratingML,
  title={Integrating multiple lines of evidence to better understand the evolutionary divergence of humpback dolphins along their entire distribution range: a new dolphin species in Australian waters?},
  author={Mart{\'i}n Mendez and Thomas Allen Jefferson and Sergios-Orestis Kolokotronis and Michael Kr{\"u}tzen and Guido J. Parra and T. J. B. Collins and Giana Minton and Robert E. Baldwin and Per -Olof Berggren and Anna S{\"a}rnblad and Omar Amir and Vic M Peddemors and Leszek Karczmarski and Almeida T Guissamulo and Brian J. Smith and Dipani Sutaria and George Amato and Howard C. Rosenbaum},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 23},
  pages={5936-48}
}
The conservation of humpback dolphins, distributed in coastal waters of the Indo-West Pacific and eastern Atlantic Oceans, has been hindered by a lack of understanding about the number of species in the genus (Sousa) and their population structure. To address this issue, we present a combined analysis of genetic and morphologic data collected from beach-cast, remote-biopsied and museum specimens from throughout the known Sousa range. We extracted genetic sequence data from 235 samples from… CONTINUE READING
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