A new article has been published by our group leader Pablo Presa and our colleague Montse Pérez in Scientific Reports magazine!
The ecological and evolutionary approach of this study provided a synergistic view on connectivity, which will be paramount to align biological and management units and safeguard species’ biocomplexity.
Fig. 6. Three-dimensional scatterplot combining the MDS matrix scores from individual otolith data (Coordinates 1 and 2) and the probability of each individual of Platichthys flesus belonging to one of the hypothetical clusters in STRUCTURE (Coordinate 3). Sampling areas and abbreviations are: NO – Norwegian coast, BAS – Baltic Swedish coast, BAP – Baltic Polish coast, NS – North Sea, BB – Bay of Biscay, GS – Galician shelf, PT – Portuguese coast.
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