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Microsatellite markers for coral trout (Plectropomus laevis) and red throat emperor (Lethrinus miniatus) and their utility in other species of reef fish

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  • Lynne Van Herwerden,

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    1. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Queensland, Australia,
      †Present address: Department of Marine Biology, James Cook University, Queensland 4811, Australia. Fax: 61–747–251570; E-mail: Lynne van Herwerden. †Present address: Department of Marine Biology, James Cook University, Queensland 4811, Australia. Fax: 61–747–251570; E-mail: lynne.vanherwerden@jcu.edu.au
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  • John Benzie,

    1. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Queensland, Australia,
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  • Lesa Peplow,

    1. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Queensland, Australia,
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  • Campbell Davies

    1. CRC Reef, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia
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Lynne van Herwerden. †Present address: Department of Marine Biology, James Cook University, Queensland 4811, Australia. Fax: 61–747–251570; E-mail: lynne.vanherwerden@jcu.edu.au

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