Data from: Fine tuning for the tropics: application of eDNA technology for invasive fish detection in tropical freshwater ecosystems.

Heather L. A. Robson, Tansyn H. Noble, Richard J. Saunders, Simon K. A. Robson, Damien W. Burrows & Dean R. Jerry
Invasive species pose a major threat to aquatic ecosystems. Their impact can be particularly severe in tropical regions, like those in northern Australia, where >20 invasive fish species are recorded. In temperate regions, environmental DNA (eDNA) technology is gaining momentum as a tool to detect aquatic pests, but the technology’s effectiveness has not been fully explored in tropical systems with their unique climatic challenges (i.e. high turbidity, temperatures and ultra-violet light). In this study, we...
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