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Phylogeography of the Greater Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae), in Southeastern Europe and Anatolia, with a Specific Focus on Whether the Sea of Marmara is a
Population differentiation during the ice ages, followed by range expansions has significantly contributed to the geographic distribution patterns of the genetic diversity in Europe. In this regard,Expand
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Genetic Variability in mtDNA of the Silvery Gibbon: Implications for the Conservation of a Critically Endangered Species
: The silvery gibbon (  Hylobates moloch), endemic to the island of Java, relies on closed-canopy, lowland evergreen forest for its survival. Because Java has lost over 91% of its original forest,Expand
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Comparative molecular phylogeography of two Xenopus species, X. gilli and X. laevis, in the south‐western Cape Province, South Africa
Xenopus gilli is a vulnerable anuran with a patchy distribution along the south‐western coast of the Cape Province, South Africa. This species is sympatric with Xenopus laevis laevis, a widespreadExpand
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Regionally and climatically restricted patterns of distribution of genetic diversity in a migratory bat species, Miniopterus schreibersii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
BackgroundVarious mechanisms such as geographic barriers and glacial episodes have been proposed as determinants of intra-specific and inter-specific differentiation of populations, and theExpand
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Polymorphic microsatellites in white rhinoceros
The southern white rhinoceros ( Ceratotherium simum simum ) has suffered severe reductions in population size over the last 150 years as a result of overhunting. We optimized 10 southern whiteExpand
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The evolutionary consequences of hybridization, including introgression, have been studied in many anuran amphibians (Lamb and Avise, 1986; Szymura and Barton, 1986), particularly in the AfricanExpand
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Mitochondrial DNA Variability and Conservation Genetics of the Sumatran Rhinoceros
Among mammalian species cited as endangered by the World Conservation Union (IUCN), the United States Department of the Interior (USDI), and the Convention on International Trade in EndangeredExpand
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Evolutionary history of the critically endangered Cozumel dwarf carnivores inferred from mitochondrial DNA analyses
The pygmy raccoon Procyon pygmaeus and dwarf coati Nasua nelsoni, both endemic to Cozumel Island, Mexico, are two of the most endangered carnivores in the world, and their persistence requires activeExpand
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