Data from: Molecular and morphological evidence of hybridization between native Ruditapes philippinarum and the introduced Ruditapes form in Japan

Shuichi Kitada, Chie Fujikake, Yoshiho Asakura, Hitomi Yuki, Kaori Nakajima, Kelley M. Vargas, Shiori Kawashima, Katsuyuki Hamasaki & Hirohisa Kishino
Marine aquaculture and stock enhancement are major causes of the introduction of alien species. A good example of such an introduction is the Japanese shortneck clam Ruditapes philippinarum, one of the most important fishery resources in the world. To meet the domestic shortage of R. philippinarum caused by depleted catches, clams were imported to Japan from China and the Korean peninsula. The imported clam is an alien species that has a very similar morphology, and...
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