Genetic connectivity of the reef fish Lutjanus kasmira at the scale of the western Indian Ocean
Abstract:Examining the genetic structure of species allows an estimate of the level of evolutionary connectivity between localities; this information is important for marine biodiversity protection, in particular, for the delineation of marine protected areas. In this context, a total of 601
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Réserve Naturelle Marine de La Réunion, La Saline les Bains, Réunion, France. 2: South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, Grahamstown, South Africa. 3: IFREMER – Delegation de la Réunion, Le Port, Réunion, France.
Publication date: May 26, 2012
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