Molecular differentiation of epigeic and anceic forms of Drawida ghilarovi Gates, 1969 (Moniligastridae, Clitellata) in the Russian Far East: Sequence data of two mitochondrial genes

@article{Ganin2018MolecularDO,
  title={Molecular differentiation of epigeic and anceic forms of Drawida ghilarovi Gates, 1969 (Moniligastridae, Clitellata) in the Russian Far East: Sequence data of two mitochondrial genes},
  author={G. N. Ganin and D. Atopkin},
  journal={European Journal of Soil Biology},
  year={2018},
  volume={86},
  pages={1-7}
}
Abstract Mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) and 16S rRNA gene sequence data were analysed for 43 specimens of Drawida ghilarovi – earthworms of a tropical genus on the northern boundary of their natural habitat, including two ecological forms and three colour morphs collected from different regions of the southern Russian Far East. Intraspecific genetic differentiation of these clitellata was analysed with different criteria that characterise different forms and morphs. A sample… Expand
6 Citations

Figures and Tables from this paper

Earthworm Drawida (Moniligastridae) Molecular phylogeny and diversity in Far East Russia and Northeast China
Abstract In the Sikhote-Alin and Changbai Mountains of the Amur River region, earthworms of genus Drawida inhabit the northern boundary of their natural habitat. They are represented by the epigeicExpand
Genome-informed integrative taxonomic description of three cryptic species in the earthworm genus Carpetania (Oligochaeta, Hormogastridae)
TLDR
Three well supported species-level clades are delimited on the basis of a genomewide SNP dataset and geometric morphometric analyses, highlighting the necessity of a formal taxonomic description of these taxa. Expand
Genome-informed integrative taxonomic description of three cryptic species in the earthworm genus Carpetania (Oligochaeta, Hormogastridae)
TLDR
This work delimited three well-supported species-level clades on the basis of a genome-wide SNP dataset and geometric morphometric analyses, highlighting the necessity of a formal taxonomic description of these taxa. Expand
Unearthing the genetic divergence and gene flow of the earthworm Amynthas_YN2017 sp. (Oligochaeta: Megascolecidae) populations based on restriction site-associated DNA sequencing
TLDR
Overall, the large number of SNPs gathered by RAD-seq reveals a significant population genetic structure over a restricted geographic scale, highlighting that the RAD- sequencing approach could be used to explore the population phylogenetic relationships and population genetic diversity of earthworms. Expand
Description of a new earthworm species of the genus Drawida (Oligochaeta: Moniligastridae) from Northeast China and Far East Russia
TLDR
Data from Ganin and Atopkin's (2018) data validate taxonomical status of D. ganini as separated species, which is morphologically similar to Drawida ghilarovi Gates, 1969. Expand
Functional diversity of earthworm communities in forests in the south of the Russian Far East
Key species of soil macrofauna – large soil saprophages, i.e. earthworms – have been studied in unique in terms of floristic and faunal diversity, as well as the most preserved forests of theExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 90 REFERENCES
Genetic differentiation of black and grey colored forms of the earthworm Drawida ghilarovi Gates, 1969 (Moniligastridae, Oligochaeta) on Russian Far East
TLDR
Phylogenetic relationships, based on the combined molecular data, showed obvious differentiation between the grey and black forms of D. ghilarovi and within the black form of this species, suggesting species level differentiation between these forms. Expand
Neotypification of Drawida hattamimizu Hatai, 1930 (Annelida, Oligochaeta, Megadrili, Moniligastridae) as a model linking mtDNA (COI) sequences to an earthworm type, with a response to the ‘Can of Worms’ theory of cryptic species
TLDR
Questions are raised concerning the molecular identities and provisional divergences of cosmopolitan generotypes Allolobophora chlorotICA chlorotica (Savigny, 1826), the Aporrectodea caliginosa (Savignedy,1826) species-complex sensu Blakemore (2002), and of ecotoxicological standard test-species icon Eisenia fetida fetida ( Savigny), and Resurrection of their respective synonyms is mooted. Expand
Cryptic genetic lineages in Eisenia nordenskioldi pallida (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae)
TLDR
A high number of cryptic lineages uncovered in the two subspecies call for a close examination of their status as potential species, possibly with the help of additional markers, and for additional molecular genetic investigation of either type specimen of these subspecies or of the topotypical populations. Expand
Insights into the origin of parthenogenesis in oligochaetes: Strong genetic structure in a cosmopolitan earthworm is not related to reproductive mode
TLDR
The haplotype networks, AMOVAs, Mantel tests and FST values all support the existence of strong genetic structure at the level of locality, but not due to reproductive mode, therefore providing evidence of multiple recent origins of parthenogenesis in this species. Expand
New insight into the genetic structure of the Allolobophora chlorotica aggregate in Europe using microsatellite and mitochondrial data
TLDR
Microsatellite data confirmed that the green morph represents a single taxon and microsatellites provided evidence for hybridization between lineages and between morphs in the field, and mitochondrial data revealed the existence of two additional mitochondrial lineages within the pink morph. Expand
Genetic diversity of the earthworm Octolasion tyrtaeum (Lumbricidae, Annelida)
TLDR
It was demonstrated that these forms belong to significantly divergent mtDNA lineages, which suggests that the differences among these forms are caused by genetic factors, and a new genetic lineage was discovered. Expand
Phylogenetic assessment of the earthworm Aporrectodea caliginosa species complex (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae) based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences.
TLDR
The species status of all these taxa are confirmed and two hitherto unrecognized Aporrectodea species in Corsica (France) are identified, and the presence of highly divergent lineages within A. caliginosa, A. trapezoides, and A. longa is shown, suggesting the existence of cryptic diversity within theseTaxa. Expand
DNA Barcoding Reveals Cryptic Diversity in Lumbricus terrestris L., 1758 (Clitellata): Resurrection of L. herculeus (Savigny, 1826)
TLDR
Large numbers of DNA barcode sequences of the cytochrome oxidase I obtained for nominal L. terrestris and six congeneric species reveal that there are two distinct lineages within nominal L, herculeus, and the two are morphologically indistinguishable, except by overlapping size-related characters. Expand
Opening a can of worms: unprecedented sympatric cryptic diversity within British lumbricid earthworms
TLDR
The aim was to examine the genetic structure of common earthworm species, to identify cryptic lineages or species that may be distinct ecotypes or biotypes (and hence confound current research based upon morphotypes) and to try to explain the massive cryptic diversity that eventually emerged. Expand
Different dispersal histories of lineages of the earthworm Aporrectodea caliginosa (Lumbricidae, Annelida) in the Palearctic
TLDR
Although these two lineages of A. caliginosa are morphologically indistinguishable, they have dramatic differences in their distributions and dispersal histories, indicating multiple human-mediated introductions. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...