1999
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02761999000500007
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Infections by Helminth Parasites in "Puyenes", Galaxias maculatus (Galaxiidae, Salmoniformes), from Southern Argentina with special reference to Tylodelphys barilochensis (Digenea, Platyhelminthes)

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“…The lack of IBD pattern within Nahuel Huapi Lake suggests that larvae coming from different spawning sites mix in the limnetic zone and no homing behaviour occurs among the juveniles. The movement of G. maculatus adult individuals within this lake does not appear to be restricted, as previously suggested by parasitological evidence (Revenga & Scheinert, ; Revenga, ). Interestingly, if adults in Nahuel Huapi Lake are assumed sedentary (Revenga & Scheinert, ), our results suggest that the limnetic larvae might have an important dispersive role for resident G. maculatus populations .…”
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“…The lack of IBD pattern within Nahuel Huapi Lake suggests that larvae coming from different spawning sites mix in the limnetic zone and no homing behaviour occurs among the juveniles. The movement of G. maculatus adult individuals within this lake does not appear to be restricted, as previously suggested by parasitological evidence (Revenga & Scheinert, ; Revenga, ). Interestingly, if adults in Nahuel Huapi Lake are assumed sedentary (Revenga & Scheinert, ), our results suggest that the limnetic larvae might have an important dispersive role for resident G. maculatus populations .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…The movement of G. maculatus adult individuals within this lake does not appear to be restricted, as previously suggested by parasitological evidence (Revenga & Scheinert, ; Revenga, ). Interestingly, if adults in Nahuel Huapi Lake are assumed sedentary (Revenga & Scheinert, ), our results suggest that the limnetic larvae might have an important dispersive role for resident G. maculatus populations . Under this scenario, larval movements thus exert a homogenizing effect on the distribution of genetic variance in G. maculatus within Nahuel Huapi Lake that, ultimately, can constrain the potential for local adaptation.…”
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