Multiple drainage reversal episodes and glacial refugia in a Patagonian fish revealed by sequenced microsatellites

Daniel Ruzzante, Annie Simons, Gregory McCracken, Evelyn Habit & Sandra Walde
The rise of the southern Andes and the Quaternary glacial cycles influenced the landscape of Patagonia, affecting the phylogeographic and biogeographic patterns of its flora and fauna. Here we examine the phylogeography of the freshwater fish, Percichthys trucha, using 53 sequenced microsatellite DNA markers. Fish (N=835) were collected from 16 river systems (46 locations) spanning the species range on both sides of the Andes. Eleven watersheds drain to the Pacific, five of which are trans-Andean...
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