First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis)

Ristau K, Steinfartz S, Traunspurger W (2013)
Molecular Ecology 22(17): 4562-4575.

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Ristau K, Steinfartz S, Traunspurger W. First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis). Molecular Ecology. 2013;22(17):4562-4575.
Ristau, K., Steinfartz, S., & Traunspurger, W. (2013). First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis). Molecular Ecology, 22(17), 4562-4575.
Ristau, K., Steinfartz, S., and Traunspurger, W. (2013). First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis). Molecular Ecology 22, 4562-4575.
Ristau, K., Steinfartz, S., & Traunspurger, W., 2013. First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis). Molecular Ecology, 22(17), p 4562-4575.
K. Ristau, S. Steinfartz, and W. Traunspurger, “First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis)”, Molecular Ecology, vol. 22, 2013, pp. 4562-4575.
Ristau, K., Steinfartz, S., Traunspurger, W.: First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis). Molecular Ecology. 22, 4562-4575 (2013).
Ristau, Kai, Steinfartz, Sebastian, and Traunspurger, Walter. “First evidence of cryptic species diversity and significant population structure in a widespread freshwater nematode morphospecies (Tobrilus gracilis)”. Molecular Ecology 22.17 (2013): 4562-4575.
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