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Type: Artigo
Title: Comparative Phylogeography Of Black Mangroves (avicennia Germinans) And Red Mangroves (rhizophora Mangle) In Florida: Testing The Maritime Discontinuity In Coastal Plants
Author: Hodel
Richard G. J.; de Souza Cortez
Maria B.; Soltis
Pamela S.; Soltis
Douglas E.
Abstract: Previous studies of the comparative phylogeography of coastal and marine species in the southeastern United States revealed that phylogenetically diverse taxa share a phylogeographic break at the southern tip of Florida (the maritime discontinuity). These studies have focused nearly exclusively on animals; few coastal plant species in Florida have been analyzed phylogeographically. We investigated phylogeographic patterns of black mangroves (Avicennia germinans) and red mangroves (Rhizophora mangle), two coastal trees that occur on both coasts of the peninsula of Florida. METHODS: We sampled and genotyped 150 individuals each of A. germinans and R. mangle, using eight microsatellite loci per species. We used observed and expected heterozygosity to quantify genetic diversity in each sampling location and allele frequencies to identify putative phylogeographic breaks and measure gene flow using BayesAss and Migrate-n. We tested the hypothesis that both species would exhibit a phylogeographic break at the southern tip of Florida. KEY RESULTS: We did not find any significant phylogeographic breaks in either species. Rhizophora mangle exhibits greater genetic structure than A. germinans, contrary to expectations based on propagule dispersal capability. However, directional gene flow from the Gulf to the Atlantic was more pronounced in R. mangle, indicating that the Gulf Stream may affect genetic patterns in R. mangle more than in A. germinans. CONCLUSIONS: The high dispersal capability of these species may lead to high genetic connectivity between sampling locations and little geographic structure. We also identified several locations that, based on genetic data, should be the focus of conservation efforts.
Subject: Coastal Species
Conservation
Mangroves
Maritime Discontinuity
Microsatellites
Phylogeography
Editor: Botanical Soc Amer Inc
St Louis
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1500260
Address: http://www.amjbot.org/content/103/4/730.short
Date Issue: 2016
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