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Martin H. van der Meer, John B. Horne, Michael G. Gardner, Jean-Paul A. Hobbs, Morgan Pratchett and Lynne van Herwerden Limited contemporary gene flow and high self-replenishment drives peripheral isolation in an endemic coral reef fish Ecology and Evolution 3

Version of Record online: 29 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.584

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Ongoing degradation of coral reefs has caused declines in the coral reef fish associated with them. Here we show that the endemic coral reef fish, Chaetodon tricinctus, is abundant and has high mtDNA and msatDNA gene flow within its central region. However, the peripheral location receives little mtDNA and msatDNA gene flow and is most at risk should local extinction occur.

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