Data from: Successive invasion-mediated interspecific hybridizations and population structure in the endangered cichlid Oreochromis mossambicus

Cyril Firmat, Paul Alibert, Michèle Losseau, Jean-François Baroiller & Ulrich K. Schliewen
Hybridization between invasive and native species accounts among the major and pernicious threats to biodiversity. The Mozambique tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus, a widely used freshwater aquaculture species, is especially imperiled by this phenomenon since it is recognized by the IUCN as an endangered taxon due to genetic admixture with O. niloticus an invasive congeneric species. The Lower Limpopo and the intermittent Changane River (Mozambique) drain large wetlands of potentially great importance for conservation of O. mossambicus,...
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