Genetic identification of units for conservation in tomato frogs, genus Dyscophus

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CHIARI, Ylenia, Pablo OROZCO-TERWENGEL, Miguel VENCES, David R. VIEITES, Augustin SAROVY, Jasmin E. RANDRIANIRINA, Axel MEYER, Edward Jr. (Jr.) LOUIS, 2006. Genetic identification of units for conservation in tomato frogs, genus Dyscophus. In: Conservation Genetics. 7(4), pp. 473-482. ISSN 1566-0621. eISSN 1572-9737. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10592-005-9057-x

@article{Chiari2006Genet-7983, title={Genetic identification of units for conservation in tomato frogs, genus Dyscophus}, year={2006}, doi={10.1007/s10592-005-9057-x}, number={4}, volume={7}, issn={1566-0621}, journal={Conservation Genetics}, pages={473--482}, author={Chiari, Ylenia and Orozco-terWengel, Pablo and Vences, Miguel and Vieites, David R. and Sarovy, Augustin and Randrianirina, Jasmin E. and Meyer, Axel and Louis, Edward Jr. (Jr.)} }

Louis, Edward Jr. (Jr.) 2011-03-24T17:39:03Z application/pdf Meyer, Axel Vences, Miguel 2011-03-24T17:39:03Z Chiari, Ylenia Louis, Edward Jr. (Jr.) Vieites, David R. Sarovy, Augustin deposit-license Vieites, David R. Randrianirina, Jasmin E. Dyscophus antongilii and D. guineti are two morphologically very similar microhylid frogs from Madagascar of uncertain taxonomy. D. antongilii is currently included in Appendix I of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and its exportation is banned completely. In contrast, D. guineti does not receive any legal protection and it is regularly exported. Field data on ecology and behaviour are to a large extent lacking. Here we report on a genetic survey of D. antongilii and D. guineti using nuclear and mitochondrial DNA markers. Sequences of a fragment of 501 bp of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene from one population of D. antongilii and two populations of D. guineti resulted in a single haplotype network, without haplotype sharing among the populations. However, haplotypes of D. guineti were only 1 4 mutational steps from those of D. antongilii, and did not form a clade. The analysis of eight microsatellites newly developed and standardized for D. antongilii revealed an excess of homozygotes and the absence of Hardy Weinberg equilibrium. The microsatellite data clearly distinguished between D. antongilii and D. guineti, and fixed differences were observed at one locus. Although confirmation of the status of Dyscophus antongilii and D. guineti as separate species requires further data, our study supports the definition of these two taxa as different evolutionary significant units under the adaptive<br />evolutionary conservation concept. Orozco-terWengel, Pablo Chiari, Ylenia Sarovy, Augustin 2006 Vences, Miguel First publ. in: Conservation Genetics 7 (2006), 4, pp. 473 482 Randrianirina, Jasmin E. Genetic identification of units for conservation in tomato frogs, genus Dyscophus Orozco-terWengel, Pablo Meyer, Axel eng

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