Contributions to Zoology, 85 (1) – 2016Emilia Rota; Svante Martinsson; Marco Bartoli; Anneke Beylich; Ulfert Graefe; Alex Laini; Mark J. Wetzel; Christer Erséus: Mitochondrial evidence supports a Nearctic origin for the spreading limicolous earthworm Sparganophilus tamesis (Clitellata, Sparganophilidae)

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