Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea.

@article{Marshall2010PhenotypeenvironmentMR,
  title={Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea.},
  author={D. Marshall and K. Monro and M. Bode and M. Keough and S. Swearer},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          128-40
        }
}
The connectivity of marine populations is often surprisingly lower than predicted by the dispersal capabilities of propagules alone. Estimates of connectivity, moreover, do not always scale with distance and are sometimes counterintuitive. Population connectivity requires more than just the simple exchange of settlers among populations: it also requires the successful establishment and reproduction of exogenous colonizers. Marine organisms often disperse over large spatial scales, encountering… Expand

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