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A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna. / Knebelsberger, T.; Landi, M.; Neumann, H.; Sell, A.F.; Campbell, P.D.; Laakmann, S.; Raupach, M.J.; Carvalho, G.R.; Costa, F.O.

Yn: Molecular Ecology Resources, Cyfrol 14, Rhif 5, 12.03.2014, t. 1060-1071.

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Knebelsberger, T, Landi, M, Neumann, H, Sell, AF, Campbell, PD, Laakmann, S, Raupach, MJ, Carvalho, GR & Costa, FO 2014, 'A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna', Molecular Ecology Resources, cyfrol. 14, rhif 5, tt. 1060-1071. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12238

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Knebelsberger, T., Landi, M., Neumann, H., Sell, A. F., Campbell, P. D., Laakmann, S., ... Costa, F. O. (2014). A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna. Molecular Ecology Resources, 14(5), 1060-1071. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12238

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Knebelsberger T, Landi M, Neumann H, Sell AF, Campbell PD, Laakmann S, Raupach MJ, Carvalho GR, Costa FO. 2014. A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna. Molecular Ecology Resources. 14(5):1060-1071. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12238

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Knebelsberger T, Landi M, Neumann H, Sell AF, Campbell PD, Laakmann S et al. A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2014 Mar 12;14(5):1060-1071. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12238

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Knebelsberger, T. ; Landi, M. ; Neumann, H. ; Sell, A.F. ; Campbell, P.D. ; Laakmann, S. ; Raupach, M.J. ; Carvalho, G.R. ; Costa, F.O. / A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna. Yn: Molecular Ecology Resources. 2014 ; Cyfrol 14, Rhif 5. tt. 1060-1071.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - A reliable DNA barcode reference library for the identification of the North European shelf fish fauna

AU - Knebelsberger, T.

AU - Landi, M.

AU - Neumann, H.

AU - Sell, A.F.

AU - Campbell, P.D.

AU - Laakmann, S.

AU - Raupach, M.J.

AU - Carvalho, G.R.

AU - Costa, F.O.

PY - 2014/3/12

Y1 - 2014/3/12

N2 - Valid fish species identification is an essential step both for fundamental science and fisheries management. The traditional identification is mainly based on external morphological diagnostic characters, leading to inconsistent results in many cases. Here, we provide a sequence reference library based on mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) for a valid identification of 93 North Atlantic fish species originating from the North Sea and adjacent waters, including many commercially exploited species. Neighbour-joining analysis based on K2P genetic distances formed nonoverlapping clusters for all species with a ≥99% bootstrap support each. Identification was successful for 100% of the species as the minimum genetic distance to the nearest neighbour always exceeded the maximum intraspecific distance. A barcoding gap was apparent for the whole data set. Within-species distances ranged from 0 to 2.35%, while interspecific distances varied between 3.15 and 28.09%. Distances between congeners were on average 51-fold higher than those within species. The validation of the sequence library by applying BOLDs barcode index number (BIN) analysis tool and a ranking system demonstrated high taxonomic reliability of the DNA barcodes for 85% of the investigated fish species. Thus, the sequence library presented here can be confidently used as a benchmark for identification of at least two-thirds of the typical fish species recorded for the North Sea.

AB - Valid fish species identification is an essential step both for fundamental science and fisheries management. The traditional identification is mainly based on external morphological diagnostic characters, leading to inconsistent results in many cases. Here, we provide a sequence reference library based on mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) for a valid identification of 93 North Atlantic fish species originating from the North Sea and adjacent waters, including many commercially exploited species. Neighbour-joining analysis based on K2P genetic distances formed nonoverlapping clusters for all species with a ≥99% bootstrap support each. Identification was successful for 100% of the species as the minimum genetic distance to the nearest neighbour always exceeded the maximum intraspecific distance. A barcoding gap was apparent for the whole data set. Within-species distances ranged from 0 to 2.35%, while interspecific distances varied between 3.15 and 28.09%. Distances between congeners were on average 51-fold higher than those within species. The validation of the sequence library by applying BOLDs barcode index number (BIN) analysis tool and a ranking system demonstrated high taxonomic reliability of the DNA barcodes for 85% of the investigated fish species. Thus, the sequence library presented here can be confidently used as a benchmark for identification of at least two-thirds of the typical fish species recorded for the North Sea.

U2 - 10.1111/1755-0998.12238

DO - 10.1111/1755-0998.12238

M3 - Article

VL - 14

SP - 1060

EP - 1071

JO - Molecular Ecology Resources

JF - Molecular Ecology Resources

SN - 1755-098X

IS - 5

ER -