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Our finding that the sample of spotted seatrout from the Atlantic coast of Florida differed significantly in allele frequencies from the samples in the northern Gulf paralleled those findings of Ramsey and Wakeman (1987) and Gold et al. (1999), in which significant divergence at two allozyme loci and in mtDNA haplotype frequencies, respectively, were documented between spotted seatrout from the two regions. ) Atlantic coast. ) Atlantic coast (Avise, 1992; Gold and Richardson, 1998a, b). As noted by Gold et al.
This could mean that conservation and management planning for spotted seatrout should perhaps include a wider geographic context and that adults employed in hatchery-based supplementation programs should not necessarily be procured from the same bay or estuary. Our finding that the sample of spotted seatrout from the Atlantic coast of Florida differed significantly in allele frequencies from the samples in the northern Gulf paralleled those findings of Ramsey and Wakeman (1987) and Gold et al. (1999), in which significant divergence at two allozyme loci and in mtDNA haplotype frequencies, respectively, were documented between spotted seatrout from the two regions.
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