Data from: Pathways of cryptic invasion in a fish parasite traced using coalescent analysis and epidemiological survey

Wafa Bouzid, Jan Štefka, Lilia Bahri-Sfar, Peter Beerli, Géraldine Loot, Sovan Lek, Noura Haddaoui, Václav Hypša, Tomáš Scholz, Tahani Dkhil-Abbes, Rafik Meddour & Oum Kalthoum Ben Hassine
Introduced species have the potential to outperform natives via the introduction of new parasites to which the native ecosystem is vulnerable. Cryptic diversity within an invasive species can obscure invasion patterns and confound proper management measures. The aim of this study is to use coalescent theory based methodology to trace recent routes of invasion in populations of Ligula intestinalis, a globally distributed fish parasite possessing both native and recently introduced populations in North Africa. Molecular...
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