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Gorgon Barrow Island Net Conservation Benefits Fund
The University of Western Australia
Malacological Society of Australasia
We are grateful to our collaborators who have contributed specimens to this work, including David Mullins, Gary Cobb, Greg Rouse, Karen Cheney, Kate Dawson, Lisa Kirkendale, Terry Farr, and Terry Gosliner. We also thank Elizabeth Kools for coordinating K.K.S.L's tissue sampling at the California Academy of Sciences and for sending specimens for this work. We sincerely thank Alison Devault and Jakob Enk from Arbor Biosciences for logistical support and advice, and Greg Rouse, Joel Huey, and Josefin Stiller for feedback on data analysis. Funding for this project comes from the Gorgon Project's Barrow Island Net Conservation Benefits Fund, The University of Western Australia, and the Malacological Society of Australasia. K.K.S.L. was supported by a University Postgraduate Award for International Students (UPAIS) and an RTP International Fees Offset scholarship (RTPFI) administered by the University of Western Australia, as well as a postgraduate doctoral scholarship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Here we provide permit details for newly collected specimens that do not derive from Layton et al. (2018). Specimens from Western Australia were collected under permits from the Department of Parks and Wildlife, including a regulation 17 licence to collect fauna for scientific purposes (SF010218, SF010710) and a regulation 4 exemption to collect marine invertebrates within Ningaloo Marine Park (CE005306). Specimens from Queensland were collected under permits from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (Permit #: 183990). Specimens from Victoria were collected under permits from the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Permit #: 10007853). The specimen from California was collected under a permit from California Department of Fish and Wildlife (Permit #: 4564).
- exon capture
- mitonuclear discordance
- MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY
- MULLERIAN MIMICRY
- SHIFTING BALANCE
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Layton, K. (Creator), Carvajal, J. I. (Creator), Wilson, N. G. (Creator) & Paton, G. (Other), Dryad Digital Repository, 14 Oct 2020