Journal article

Widely distributed red algae often represent hidden introductions, complexes of cryptic species or species with strong phylogeographic structure

Pilar Diaz-Tapia, Christine A Maggs, Erasmo C Macaya, Heroen Verbruggen

Journal of Phycology | WILEY | Published : 2018

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by funding program "Axudas para a consolidacion e estruturacion de unidades de investigacion competitivas do SUG" (Xunta de Galicia)


Awarded by Bush Blitz Strategic Taxonomy Grant


Awarded by National Taxonomy Research Grant


Awarded by Chilean Millennium Initiative grant, ESMOI (Millenium Nucleous "Ecology and Sustainable Management of Oceanic Islands")


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Francis Bunker, Fabio Rindi, Iara Chapuis, Jan Rueness, and Max Hommersand for providing samples and Joana Costa, as well as other researchers included in Table S1, for assistance in the field. We thank Marisa Pasella for carrying out part of the molecular work. PDT acknowledges support by the postdoctoral program "Axudas de apoio a etapa de formacion posdoutoral," as well as the funding program "Axudas para a consolidacion e estruturacion de unidades de investigacion competitivas do SUG," grant GPC2015/025 (Xunta de Galicia). Field work in the Mediterranean Sea was funded by a grant awarded to PDT by the British Phycological Society. Part of the research presented here was funded through the Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS), including participation in a Bush Blitz expedition, a Bush Blitz Strategic Taxonomy Grant (TTC216-03) and a National Taxonomy Research Grant (RFL213-08). Sampling in Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania was made possible through funding from the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment. ECM acknowledges support by the Chilean Millennium Initiative (NC120030) grant, ESMOI (Millenium Nucleous "Ecology and Sustainable Management of Oceanic Islands").