Title

Genotypic and morphological variation between Galaxiella nigrostriata (Galaxiidae) populations: Implications for conservation

Document Type

Article

Publisher

CSIRO

School

School of Natural Sciences / Mine Water and Environment Research Centre (MiWER),

RAS ID

19933

Comments

Originally published as: Galeotti, D.M., Castalanelli, M.A., Groth, D.M., Mccullough, C., Lund, M. (2015). Genotypic and morphological variation between Galaxiella nigrostriata (Galaxiidae) populations: Implications for conservation in Marine and Freshwater Research, 66(2), 187-194. Available here.

Abstract

Galaxiella nigrostriata is a freshwater fish that is endemic to the seasonally dry coastal wetlands of south-west Western Australia and considered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as lower risk-near threatened. This small fish (maximum total length

DOI

10.1071/MF13289