Data from: Movement of a hybrid zone between lineages of the Australian glass shrimp (Paratya australiensis)

Jeremy D. Wilson, Daniel J. Schmidt & Jane M. Hughes
In 1993, a population of freshwater glass shrimp (Paratya australiensis) was translocated from Kilcoy Creek to Branch Creek in the Conondale Range, Queensland. Subsequent genetic analysis revealed that the translocated and resident shrimp belonged to different mitochondrial DNA lineages (mtDNA) that were capable of hybridising. Monitoring of the pools along Branch Creek up until 2002 suggested that the translocated lineage had an advantage in upstream pools, and the resident lineage dominated downstream. Differential temperature tolerance...
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