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COI phylogeny of Artemia samples analysed using the Bayesian Inference (BI) approach (red lines show the position of the studied samples from the Xincun saltern; dataset reference: Eimanifar et al., 2021).

COI phylogeny of Artemia samples analysed using the Bayesian Inference (BI) approach (red lines show the position of the studied samples from the Xincun saltern; dataset reference: Eimanifar et al., 2021).

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... marker cytochrome C oxidase subunit I (COI) was amplified using the special Artemia primers 1/2COI_Fol-F and 1/2COI_Fol-R ( Muñoz et al., 2008). In the present study, five specimens were sequenced and deposited in the Genbank (MW407952-MW407956). The taxonomic status of the studied population was confirmed following the standard nucleotide BLAST fig. 2). This is the first report documenting the existence of the invasive American A. franciscana at the South China Sea coast of China. There is no aquaculture activity to culture Artemia in Hainan. During this field study, we observed the footprints of birds on the coastal sludge, therefore, this species might have been distributed into ...

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