Historical translocations and stocking alter the genetic structure of a Mediterranean lobster fishery

Tom Jenkins, Charlie Ellis, Eric Durieux, Jean-José Filippi, Jérémy Bracconi & Jamie Stevens
Stocking is often used to supplement wild populations that are overexploited or have collapsed, yet it is unclear how this affects the genetic diversity of marine invertebrate populations. During the 1970s, a lobster stock enhancement programme was carried out around the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean using individuals translocated from the Atlantic coast of France. This included the release of thousands of hatchery-reared post-larval lobsters and several adult individuals, but no monitoring plan was...
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