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Genetic differences among three species of the genus Trichiurus (Perciformes: Trichiuridae) based on mitochondrial DNA analysis

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The mitochondrial DNA segment encoding the 16S ribosomal RNA (16S rRNA) gene sequence (ca. 600 bp) was compared among Trichiurus sp. 2 (sensu Nakabo, 2002) (obtained from various areas of Japan), T. japonicus Temminck and Schlegel (collected from various localities within Japan), and true T. lepturus Linnaeus (caught off the Atlantic coast of the United States and Brazil) of the family Trichiuridae using 10, 10, and 15 specimens, respectively. Based on phylogenetic analysis using a neighbor-joining (NJ) algorithm, the haplotypes of Trichiurus sp. 2, T. japonicus, and T. lepturus indicated three distinct monophyletic lineages, being supported by 100% bootstrap values with no haplotypes overlapping or sharing among the lineages. Trichiurus sp. 2, T. japonicus, and T. lepturus are genetically different from each other, suggesting that they are three distinct species.

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Chakraborty, A., Aranishi, F. & Iwatsuki, Y. Genetic differences among three species of the genus Trichiurus (Perciformes: Trichiuridae) based on mitochondrial DNA analysis. Ichthyol Res 53, 93–96 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10228-005-0313-3

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