Into the 34 control area sequences determined in this scholarly research we observed an overall total of 14 haplotypes (GenBank #EU022531–EU022544). Seven among these haplotypes corresponded to those formerly reported by Cunha et al. (2005) and/or Caballero et al.
(2007) whereas one other seven were unique; no haplotypes corresponded to haplotypes of Sotalia fluviatilis (online Appendix S3). Haplotype 3 had been additionally present in our good control over Sotalia guianensis, and corresponded to Sotalia guianensis Hap11 (GenBank #AY842456) of Cunha et al. (2005), and HapB (GenBank #EF027064) and HapC (GenBank #EF027065) of Caballero et al. (2007). Within the cytochrome b sequences we observed five Sotalia haplotypes (GenBank #EU022545–EU022549) that corresponded to Sotalia guianensis (online Appendix S4). Probably the most typical haplotype is identical to the complete cytochrome b haplotype of Sotalia guianensis reported by Cunha et al. (2005) whereas three other haplotypes corresponded to haplotypes reported by Caballero et al. (2007); one haplotype had been novel.
It really is clear that the “boto” amulets offered in areas of primary Amazonian metropolitan areas are perhaps not produced from the real boto (Inia geoffrensis ). Continue reading “Within the 34 control area sequences determined in this research we…”