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Mitochondrial DNA analyses of the Cape hakes reveal an expanding, panmictic population for Merluccius capensis and population structuring for mature fish in Merluccius paradoxus (2007)The Cape hake species, Merluccius capensis and Merluccius paradoxus are the most important resource of the South African and Namibian demersal fishery, but it is unclear whether there is a single population of each shared ...
(2010)Cape hake, Merluccius paradoxus, is a valuable commercially exploited demersal species. Using the 5′ mtDNA control region we show that 96% of 1013 fishes sampled over a three-year period share one of two dominant haplotypes; ...
Towards resolving familial relationships within the Gadiformes, and the resurrection of the Lyconidae (2008)[No abstract available]