Phylogeography, genetic structure, and gene flow in the endemic freshwater shrimp Palaemonetes suttkusi from Cuatro Ciénegas, Mexico

@article{ChavesCampos2010PhylogeographyGS,
  title={Phylogeography, genetic structure, and gene flow in the endemic freshwater shrimp Palaemonetes suttkusi from Cuatro Ci{\'e}negas, Mexico},
  author={Johel Chaves-Campos and Steven G. Johnson and Francisco Javier Garc{\'i}a de Le{\'o}n and C. Darrin Hulsey},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={557-567}
}
The valley of Cuatro Ciénegas in Mexico has the highest degree of local endemicity of any habitat in North America. A large number of endemic aquatic species occur both in the Cuatro Ciénegas basin and in the upper parts of the Río Salado de los Nadadores drainage, located immediately to the east of the valley. No natural surface flow occurs between these basins but artificial canals connect both areas. It is not clear whether the sharing of endemics between the Cuatro Ciénegas basin and the R… 

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