Winning the invasion roulette: escapes from fish farms increase admixture and facilitate establishment of non-native rainbow trout

@inproceedings{Consuegra2011WinningTI,
  title={Winning the invasion roulette: escapes from fish farms increase admixture and facilitate establishment of non-native rainbow trout},
  author={Sofia Consuegra and Nia L. Phillips and Gonzalo M. Gajardo and Carlos Garcia de Leaniz},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2011}
}
Aquaculture is a major source of invasive aquatic species, despite the fact that cultured organisms often have low genetic diversity and tend to be maladapted to survive in the wild. Yet, to what extent aquaculture escapees become established by means of high propagule pressure and multiple origins is not clear. We analysed the genetic diversity of 15 established populations and four farmed stocks of non-native rainbow trout in Chile, a species first introduced for recreational fishing around… CONTINUE READING
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