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Comparative population structure of two deep-sea hydrothermal-vent-associated decapods (Chorocaris sp. 2 and Munidopsis lauensis) from southwestern Pacific back-arc basins.

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Thaler, AD; Plouviez, S; Saleu, W; Alei, F; Jacobson, A; Boyle, EA; Schultz, TF; Carlsson, J; Van Dover, CL
Published in: PloS one
January 2014

Studies of genetic connectivity and population structure in deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems often focus on endosymbiont-hosting species that are directly dependent on chemical energy extracted from vent effluent for survival. Relatively little attention has been paid to vent-associated species that are not exclusively dependent on chemosynthetic ecosystems. Here we assess connectivity and population structure of two vent-associated invertebrates--the shrimp Chorocaris sp. 2 and the squat lobster Munidopsis lauensis--that are common at deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the western Pacific. While Chorocaris sp. 2 has only been observed at hydrothermal vent sites, M. lauensis can be found throughout the deep sea but occurs in higher abundance around the periphery of active vents We sequenced mitochondrial COI genes and deployed nuclear microsatellite markers for both species at three sites in Manus Basin and either North Fiji Basin (Chorocaris sp. 2) or Lau Basin (Munidopsis lauensis). We assessed genetic differentiation across a range of spatial scales, from approximately 2.5 km to more than 3000 km. Population structure for Chorocaris sp. 2 was comparable to that of the vent-associated snail Ifremeria nautilei, with a single seemingly well-mixed population within Manus Basin that is genetically differentiated from conspecifics in North Fiji Basin. Population structure for Munidopsis lauensis was more complex, with two genetically differentiated populations in Manus Basin and a third well-differentiated population in Lau Basin. The unexpectedly high level of genetic differentiation between M. lauensis populations in Manus Basin deserves further study since it has implications for conservation and management of diversity in deep-sea hydrothermal vent ecosystems.

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PloS one

DOI

EISSN

1932-6203

ISSN

1932-6203

Publication Date

January 2014

Volume

9

Issue

7

Start / End Page

e101345

Related Subject Headings

  • Snails
  • Sequence Analysis, DNA
  • Phylogeny
  • Molecular Sequence Data
  • Mitochondria
  • Microsatellite Repeats
  • Hydrothermal Vents
  • Genetics, Population
  • Genetic Variation
  • General Science & Technology
 

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Thaler, A. D., Plouviez, S., Saleu, W., Alei, F., Jacobson, A., Boyle, E. A., … Van Dover, C. L. (2014). Comparative population structure of two deep-sea hydrothermal-vent-associated decapods (Chorocaris sp. 2 and Munidopsis lauensis) from southwestern Pacific back-arc basins. PloS One, 9(7), e101345. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0101345
Thaler, Andrew David, Sophie Plouviez, William Saleu, Freddie Alei, Alixandra Jacobson, Emily A. Boyle, Thomas F. Schultz, Jens Carlsson, and Cindy Lee Van Dover. “Comparative population structure of two deep-sea hydrothermal-vent-associated decapods (Chorocaris sp. 2 and Munidopsis lauensis) from southwestern Pacific back-arc basins.PloS One 9, no. 7 (January 2014): e101345. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0101345.
Thaler, Andrew David, et al. “Comparative population structure of two deep-sea hydrothermal-vent-associated decapods (Chorocaris sp. 2 and Munidopsis lauensis) from southwestern Pacific back-arc basins.PloS One, vol. 9, no. 7, Jan. 2014, p. e101345. Epmc, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101345.
Thaler AD, Plouviez S, Saleu W, Alei F, Jacobson A, Boyle EA, Schultz TF, Carlsson J, Van Dover CL. Comparative population structure of two deep-sea hydrothermal-vent-associated decapods (Chorocaris sp. 2 and Munidopsis lauensis) from southwestern Pacific back-arc basins. PloS one. 2014 Jan;9(7):e101345.

Published In

PloS one

DOI

EISSN

1932-6203

ISSN

1932-6203

Publication Date

January 2014

Volume

9

Issue

7

Start / End Page

e101345

Related Subject Headings

  • Snails
  • Sequence Analysis, DNA
  • Phylogeny
  • Molecular Sequence Data
  • Mitochondria
  • Microsatellite Repeats
  • Hydrothermal Vents
  • Genetics, Population
  • Genetic Variation
  • General Science & Technology