Isolated populations of Eurytemora americana Williams (Crustacea, Copepoda) in the White Sea rock pools—postglacial relicts or anthropogenic invasions?

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Molecular-genetic study of isolated populations of Eurytemora in the White Sea showed its undoubted proximity to the native North American populations of Eurytemora americana, Williams 1906. Genetic tests show the recent colonization of the White Sea rock pools by initially small amount of individuals of E. americana. Existing published data on the presence… (More)
DOI: 10.1134/S2075111716040093

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@article{Sukhikh2016IsolatedPO, title={Isolated populations of Eurytemora americana Williams (Crustacea, Copepoda) in the White Sea rock pools—postglacial relicts or anthropogenic invasions?}, author={Natalia Sukhikh and Vincent Castric and N. V. Polyakova and Souha Souissi and Victor R. Alekseev}, journal={Russian Journal of Biological Invasions}, year={2016}, volume={7}, pages={396-404} }