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- Peter A. Cerda; Trevor L. Hewitt; Amanda E. Haponski; Thomas F. Duda
- American malacological bulletin 2020 v.37 no.2 pp. 45-52
- Conus; color; genetic analysis; genetic variation; genomics; hybrids; introgression; loci; mitochondria; mitochondrial genes; mitochondrial genome; nucleotide sequences; population genetics; population structure; snails; Hawaii
- ... Conus lividus (Hwass in Bruguière, 1792) and Conus sanguinolentus (Quoy and Gaimard, 1834) are closely related Indo-West Pacific cone snails that have largely overlapping distributions. Previous population genetic analyses of these species found that some individuals that were identified as C. lividus possessed mitochondrial gene sequences that were similar or in some cases identical to those of C ...
- Dickey Aaron M.; Osborne Lance S.; Shatters, Jr. Robert G.; Hall Paula M.; McKenzie Cindy L.
- Journal of economic entomology 2013 v.106 no.3 pp. 1355-1364
- Bemisia tabaci; climate; cryptic species; genetic analysis; genetic markers; genetic variation; genotyping; greenhouses; microsatellite repeats; mitochondria; phylogeography; population genetics; population structure; Hawaii
- ... The Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) cryptic species complex of whitefiies contains two species, MEAM1 and MED, that are highly invasive in supportive climates the world over. In the United States, MEAM1 occurs both in the field and in the greenhouse, but MED is only found in the greenhouse. To make inferences about the population structure of both species, and the origin and re ...