VICARIANCE AND DISPERSAL ACROSS BAJA CALIFORNIA IN DISJUNCT MARINE FISH POPULATIONS

@inproceedings{Bernardi2003VICARIANCEAD,
  title={VICARIANCE AND DISPERSAL ACROSS BAJA CALIFORNIA IN DISJUNCT MARINE FISH POPULATIONS},
  author={Giacomo Bernardi and Lloyd T. Findley and Axay{\'a}catl Rocha-Olivares},
  booktitle={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Population disjunctions, as a first step toward complete allopatry, present an interesting situation to study incipient speciation. The geological formation of the Baja California Peninsula currently divides 19 species of fish into disjunct populations that are found on its Pacific Coast and in the northern part of the Gulf of California (also called the Sea of Cortez), but are absent from the Cape (Cabo San Lucas) region. We studied the genetic makeup of disjunct populations for 12 of… 
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