wanted: tissue samples from Sepia officinalis

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  1. Tigerkatze_82

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    Schönen Guten Abend from Germany :grin:

    This post is adressing all the lucky people/scientists who have access to wild Sepia officinalis populations... I am currently studying population genetics of the Common European Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) using DNA markers and I am very interested in examining additional tissue samples of (wild) Sepia officinalis from various areas. So if anybody could provide a couple of tissue samples (costs would be covered, of course) please send me a PM to discuss details...

    Thanks a lot,
    K
     

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