Replicated shape variation between simple and complex habitats in two estuarine fishes

@inproceedings{Ruehl2011ReplicatedSV,
  title={Replicated shape variation between simple and complex habitats in two estuarine fishes},
  author={Clifton B Ruehl and Virginia R. Shervette and Thomas J Dewitt},
  year={2011}
}
A replicated pattern of habitat-associated morphology among different lineages may represent adaptive convergence. Deviation from the replicated (shared) pattern of diversification reflects unique (e.g. species specific) effects resulting from siteor species-specific selection, intrinsic factors (e.g. G matrix differences) or chance historical events (e.g. genetic drift). For two distantly-related estuarine fishes [Lagodon rhomboides (Sparidae; Linnaeus) and Leiostomus xanthurus (Sciaenidae… CONTINUE READING

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