Shallow genetic divergence and species delineations in the endemic Labeobarbus species flock of Lake Tana, Ethiopia.

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To assess whether the species distinctions of Lake Tana's Labeobarbus spp. are supported by genetic information, microsatellite markers were used. A total of 376 Labeobarbus spp., belonging to 24 populations of 11 species from three regions of the lake (north, south and east), were sampled. Eight microsatellite markers were analysed. In general, differences… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jfb.12779

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@article{Nagelkerke2015ShallowGD, title={Shallow genetic divergence and species delineations in the endemic Labeobarbus species flock of Lake Tana, Ethiopia.}, author={Leopold A. J. Nagelkerke and Karen M. L{\'e}on-Kloosterziel and H. J. Megens and Martin de Graaf and Onno E. Diekmann and Ferdinand A. Sibbing}, journal={Journal of fish biology}, year={2015}, volume={87 5}, pages={1191-208} }