A Molecular View of the Superfamily Dioctophymatoidea (Nematoda)
Anson VA Koehler, Eric P Hoberg, Fernando Torres-Perez, Joseph A Cook
Comparative Parasitology | HELMINTHOLOGICAL SOC WASHINGTON | Published : 2009
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We thank S. V. Brant. K. Galbreath, and D. W DLlszynski for their helpful comments. Specimens were kindly provided by M. A. Fleming, N. Dokuchaev, N. Tranbenkova, D. Nagorsen, M. Asakawa, N. Punter, R. S. Seville, and. J. Whitman. Technical support with laboratory procedures was provided by J. Dragoo, D. Zarlenga, B. Rosenthal, S. Nadler, M. Esteva, M. Taylor, B. Hyman, S. Tang, B. lianelt, M. Steinauer, C. Aderna, G. Rosenberg, and file University of New Mexico's Molecular Biology Facility, This research is a contribution of file Beringian Coevolution ProJect funded by the National Science Foundation through grants from the Biotic Survey and Inventory program (DEB 0 196095 and 0415669) and the Fogarty International Center (grant D43 TW007131). Further funding was provided by the University of New Mexico graduate student organizations. Gambusia affinis individuals were euthanized following the OACC TACUC protocol, number 05MCCO23. Fish were imported to New Mexico under the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Special Conditions Importation Permit Number 2005-102.