The Antarctic Circumpolar Current isolates and connects: Structured circumpolarity in the sea star Glabraster antarctica

TitleThe Antarctic Circumpolar Current isolates and connects: Structured circumpolarity in the sea star Glabraster antarctica
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMoore J.M, Carvajal J.I, Rouse GW, Wilson NG
JournalEcology and Evolution
Volume8
Pagination10621-10633
Date Published2018/11
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number2045-7758
Accession NumberWOS:000450351400024
Keywordsantarctica; cryptic; cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1; echinodermata; Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Evolutionary Biology; internal; last glacial; Marine invertebrate; maximum; mitochondrial lineages; open-ocean barriers; pelagic larval duration; phylogeography; polar front; population genetic-structure; promachocrinus-kerguelensis; scotia arc; southern-ocean; speciation; transcribed spacer region 2
Abstract

The Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) connects benthic populations by transporting larvae around the continent, but also isolates faunas north and south of the Antarctic Convergence. We test circumpolar panmixia and dispersal across the Antarctic Convergence barrier in the benthic sea star Glabraster antarctica.

DOI10.1002/ece3.4551
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