Diversity and distribution of gynogenetic hybrids between Fundulus diaphanus and Fundulus heteroclitus in Porter's Lake (Nova Scotia) in relation to salinity
Unisexual hybrids between Fundulus diaphanus and Fundulus heteroclitus were found in low proportions at intermediate salinity in Porter's Lake, Nova Scotia. One clone accounted for 72% of the hybrids, with most other hybrids being different at a single microsatellite allele. This clone thrives over a wide range of salinities, suggesting a general-purpose genotype.
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