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- DeBoer, Timery, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Journal of biogeography 2018 v.45 no.4 pp. 848-858
- Tridacna maxima; clams; cytochrome-c oxidase; data collection; gene flow; genetic variation; larvae; life history; mitochondria; mitochondrial DNA; models; population structure; probability; sympatry; Australia; Indo-Australian Archipelago; Indonesia; Kiribati; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Solomon Islands; Taiwan
- ... AIM: The aim of this study was to test historical and contemporary influences on population structure in the giant clams, Tridacna maxima (Röding, 1798) and T. crocea (Lamarck, 1819). To refine the location of clade boundaries within a newly resurrected species, Tridacna noae (Röding, 1798). LOCATION: Indo‐Australian archipelago, including Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea, t ...
- DeBOER, TIMERY S., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Conservation biology 2008 v.22 no.5 pp. 1255-1266
- Tridacna crocea; adults; biodiversity; clams; conservation areas; coral reefs; cytochrome-c oxidase; gene flow; larvae; life history; mitochondrial DNA; nucleotide sequences; phylogeography; planning; prediction; Indonesia
- ... The Coral Triangle is the global center of marine biodiversity; however, its coral reefs are critically threatened. Because of the bipartite life history of many marine species with sedentary adults and dispersive pelagic larvae, designing effective marine protected areas requires an understanding of patterns of larval dispersal and connectivity among geographically discrete populations. We used m ...