No need to alter Dungeness crab management based on genetic data

Dungeness crab

Dungeness crabs along the US west coast are highly connected genetically, and as a result, there’s no need to change harvesting regulations to account for distinct subpopulations, according to a new study, reports Rick Cooper.

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