Contrasting patterns of population structure and demographic history in cryptic species of Bostrychia Intricata (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) from New Zealand
Spatial patterns of genetic diversity provide insight into the demography and history of species. Morphologically similar but genetically distinct "cryptic" species are increasingly being recognized in marine organisms through molecular analyses. Such species are, on closer inspection, often discovered to display contrasting life histories or occasionally minor morphological differences; molecular tools can thus be useful indicators of diversity. Bostrychia intricata, a marine red alga, is...[Show more]
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