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Three genetically discrete morphs of Arctic charr in Loch Rannoch, Scotland originated from a recent divergence within the lake (in situ) (piscivore and benthivore morphs) and from secondary contact of two older lineages (ex situ; a planktivore–piscivore/benthivore dive... View more
Adams, C. E. & F. A. Huntingford, 2004. Incipient speciation driven by phenotypic plasticity? Evidence from sympatric populations of Arctic charr. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 81: 611-618.
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Adams, C. & F. Huntingford, 2002b. Inherited differences in head allometry in polymorphic charr from Loch Rannoch, Scotland. Journal of Fish Biology 60: 515-520.
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Adams, C. E., C. Woltering & G. Alexander, 2003. Epigenetic regulation of trophic morphology through feeding behaviour in Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 78: 43-49.
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