Journal article

The development of 10 novel polymorphic microsatellite markers through next generation sequencing and a preliminary population genetic analysis for the endangered Glenelg spiny crayfish, Euastacus bispinosus

Adam D Miller, Anthony Van Rooyen, Oisin F Sweeney, Nick S Whiterod, Andrew R Weeks

Molecular Biology Reports: an international journal on molecular and cellular biology | SPRINGER | Published : 2013

University of Melbourne Researchers


Funding Acknowledgements

The fieldwork for this project was partially funded by the Norman Wettenhall Foundation and grants from the federal governments Caring for Our Country program, awarded to the Friends of Mt Gambier Area Parks. Thanks to Dave Mossop, Lauren Kivisalu and volunteers from the Friends of Mount Gambier Area Parks and the wider community for assistance whilst collecting samples. All sample collection was conducted under DENR Wildlife Research permit E25963-1; PIRSA SA Fisheries Exemption permit 9902414; Victorian Fisheries Act 1995 permit RP1092; Victorian Natural Parks Act 1975 and Flora and Flora Guarantee Act 1988 permit 10006431; and Victorian DPI Animal Ethics permit 21.12. Thanks to the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources South Australia, the South East Water Conservation and Drainage Board, Parks Victoria and several private landholders in South East South Australia for access to sites.