Kimberley Fish microsatellite genotypes

Adam Miller & Owen Holland
Dispersal is a critically important process that dictates population persistence, gene flow and evolutionary potential and is an essential element for identifying species conservation risks. This project aims to investigate the contributions of dispersal syndromes and hydrographic barriers on patterns of population connectivity and genetic structure in fishes occupying the particularly rugged and fragmented landscape of the Kimberley Plateau, Western Australia. We assessed population genetic structure between three neighbouring catchments (the Mitchell, King Edward and...
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