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Genetic differentiation of Terebratella sanguinea in the New Zealand fiords: a dispersal barrier in the marine environment?
Ostrow, D.G.; Wing, S.R.; Mladenov, P.V.; Roy, M.S. (2001). Genetic differentiation of Terebratella sanguinea in the New Zealand fiords: a dispersal barrier in the marine environment?, in: Brunton, C.H.C. et al. (Ed.) Brachiopods past and present. The Systematics Association Special Volume Series, 63: pp. 150-158
In: Brunton, C.H.C.; Cocks, L.R.M.; Long, S.L. (Ed.) (2001). Brachiopods past and present. The Systematics Association Special Volume Series, 63. Taylor & Francis: London. ISBN 0-748-40921-1. XII, 441 pp., more
In: Warren, A. The Systematics Association Special Volume Series. Taylor & Francis: London, more

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    VLIZ: Mollusca [69302]

Keywords
    Dispersion; Genetic drift; Marine environment; Magasella sanguinea (Leach, 1814) [WoRMS]; New Zealand [Marine Regions]; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Ostrow, D.G.
  • Wing, S.R.
  • Mladenov, P.V.
  • Roy, M.S.

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