Local adaptation and maternal effects in two species of marine gastropod (genus Crepidula) that differ in dispersal potential.

Pechenik, Jan A.

Untersee, Steven.

2007

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  • Adaptation to local conditions should be less likely in species with wide dispersal since periodic immigration from populations not under selection would counteract the short-term results of local selection. To test this hypothesis, we used 2 species of sympatric marine gastropods of the genus Crepidula that have vastly different early life dispersal stages. Offspring of C. fornicata emerge as lon... read more
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  • Untersee S, Pechenik JA (2007) Local adaptation and maternal effects in two species of marine gastropod (genus Crepidula) that differ in dispersal potential. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 347:79-85. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps07063.
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