Molecular and conservation biogeography of freshwater caridean shrimps in north-western Australia

@inproceedings{Cook2011MolecularAC,
  title={Molecular and conservation biogeography of freshwater caridean shrimps in north-western Australia},
  author={Benjamin Douglas Cook and Timothy J Page and Jane Margaret Hughes},
  year={2011}
}
Rivers in north-western Australia have been long isolated systems and several of them, including those in the central north Kimberley (CNK) and Pilbara (PIL) regions, are known for their endemism in freshwater fishes. Furthermore, some species of freshwater fish are shared between rivers of the south-western Kimberley (SWK) and rivers of the western Arafura-Carpentarian (WAC) regions to the exclusion of CNK, despite CNK being geographically intermediate to these regions. This suggests that the… CONTINUE READING

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