Sibship reconstruction with SNPs illuminates the scope of a cryptic invasion of Asian Swamp Eels (Monotperus albus) in Georgia, USA

Andrew Taylor, Max Bangs & James Long
Cryptic invasive species are particularly problematic to study, manage, and control because of the difficulty detecting these species within their invaded habitats. Such is the case of the Asian Swamp Eel (Monopterus albus; ASE) where it is established in vegetated marshes along the Chattahoochee River, Georgia. Adult eels have been nearly impossible to detect or quantify with traditional sampling, although leaf-litter trapping of juvenile ASEs has been somewhat successful.In this study, we leveraged a collection...
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