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Small spatial scale population genetic structure in two limpet species endemic to the Kermadec Islands, New Zealand
Marine Ecology Progress Series
Persistence of marine species in isolated habitats requires either continuing recruitment from distant sources or self-recruitment from the local population. Species endemic to small isolated oceanic islands such as the SW Pacific Kermadec Islands (New Zealand) are reliant on self-recruitment for continued existence. Population genetic studies in such isolated habitats can provide data on the extent to which dispersal limits the occurrence of organisms and determines their genetic structure. Wedoi:10.3354/meps07110 fatcat:lqjvv3krqvh2ncopitpgg3e6ba