Self‐recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral‐reef fish

@article{Christie2010SelfrecruitmentAS,
  title={Self‐recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral‐reef fish},
  author={M. Christie and D. W. Johnson and C. D. Stallings and M. Hixon},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19}
}
Identifying patterns of larval dispersal within marine metapopulations is vital for effective fisheries management, appropriate marine reserve design, and conservation efforts. We employed genetic markers (microsatellites) to determine dispersal patterns in bicolour damselfish (Pomacentridae: Stegastes partitus). Tissue samples of 751 fish were collected in 2004 and 2005 from 11 sites encompassing the Exuma Sound, Bahamas. Bayesian parentage analysis identified two parent–offspring pairs, which… Expand
Self-recruitment in a coral reef fish population in a marine reserve
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