Phylogeography of the copepod Acartia hudsonica in estuaries of the northeastern United States

@article{Milligan2010PhylogeographyOT,
  title={Phylogeography of the copepod Acartia hudsonica in estuaries of the northeastern United States},
  author={Peter J. Milligan and Eli A. Stahl and Nikolaos V. Schizas and Jefferson T. Turner},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={666},
  pages={155-165}
}
Copepods of the genus Acartia dominate zooplankton assemblages in northwestern Atlantic estuaries, many of which originated after the last glacial maximum 10,000–18,000 years ago. Acartia hudsonica occurs, at least seasonally, in estuaries from Chesapeake Bay to Labrador/Newfoundland. We sequenced the mitochondrial gene Cytochrome B (CytB) of 75 individuals of A. hudsonica from 26 estuaries from New Jersey to Maine, covering four biogeographic regions, and 11 individuals of Acartia tonsa from… CONTINUE READING
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