A record of alien pelophylax species and widespread mitochondrial dna transfer in kaliningradskaya oblast’ (The baltic coast, russia)

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Категория: биология
Авторы (ПГУ): Ермаков Олег Александрович [95]  , Иванов Александр Юрьевич [3]  , Луконина Светлана Александровна [2]  
Авторы (внеш.): Литвинчук Спартак Николаевич [0]
Аннотация: Alien species can strongly impact local environments and compete against native species, which can lead to their extinction. Marsh frogs of the Pelophylax ridibundus complex are one of the most invasive amphibians in Northern Eurasia. It was previously thought that three water frog species of the genus Pelophylax (the marsh frog, P. ridibundus, the pool frog, P. lessonae and their hemiclonal hybrid, the edible frog, P. esculentus) inhabited Kaliningradskaya Oblast' along the Russian Baltic coast. However, based on our study of the intron-1 of the nuclear serum albumin gene, two other marsh frog species were detected (the Balkan marsh frog, P. kurtmuelleri, and the Anatolian marsh frog, P. cf. bedriagae) as well as putative hybrids between P. ridibundus and P. cf. bedriagae. The majority of individuals of P. ridibundus and hybrids between P. ridibundus and P. cf. bedriagae had mitochondrial (mt) DNA of P. lessonae, while all others featured the P. kurtmuelleri mtDNA. The prevalence of P. lessonae mtDNA haplotypes in populations of P. ridibundus from the Baltic Coast of Russia suggests that local individuals of the latter species originated from crosses between P. esculentus individuals. Two hypotheses could explain the records of P. kurtmuelleri and P. cf. bedriagae in the region. The establishment of local populations of the first species could have occurred via postglacial dispersal from the Balkan refugium. The origin of local P. cf. bedriagae could be an occasional introduction of individuals from the Ponto-Caspian region. Since our study is preliminary (19 individuals), in the future it would be important to continue the study of water frogs in Kaliningradskaya Oblast' and neighboring countries by applying multiple genetic markers. Additional genetic markers will enable researchers to study routes of dispersal and introductions of marsh frogs, to clarify peculiarities of their hybridization and distribution, and to evaluate the impact of P. kurtmuelleri and P. cf. bedriagae on the reproduction success of hybridogenous populations and abundance of local amphibians.
Тип: Статья
Вид: электронная копия бумажного издания
Количество частей: 1
Год издания: 2020
Издательство: Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre
Где опубликовано: Зарубежный журнал
Место опубликования: BioInvasions Records
Индексация: Scopus, входящем во 2 квартиль (Q2) (тип документа Article, Review, Proceedings Paper, Book Chapter)
Целевая аудитория: Исследователь
Целевое назначение: Научное
Отрасль науки: 03.02.04 Зоология
Лицензия: Нет ограничений
Ограничения: Нет ограничений
Правообладатель: Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre
ISSN: 2242-1300
DOI: 10.3391/bir.2020.9.3.16
Импакт-фактор журнала (SJR): SJR-0.485 (Q2) WoS-1.504 (Q3)
Библиографическая ссылка: Litvinchuk S.N., Ivanov A.Yu., Lukonina S.A., Ermakov O.A., 2020. A record of alien Pelophylax species and widespread mitochondrial DNA transfer in Kaliningradskaya Oblast’ (the Baltic coast, Russia) // BioInvasions Records. V. 9(3). P. 599–617.
Внешняя веб-ссылка: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=85090541244&origin=inward
Язык: Английский
Комментарии: Идентификационный номер: WOS:000562500500016
Место хранения:Вне ПГУ
Дата размещения:23.11.2020
Владелец:Ермаков Олег Александрович
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