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reintroduced 66 gray wolves to central Idaho and Yellowstone National Park as part of efforts to restore populations of endangered gray wolves (Canis lupus) across the northern Rocky Mountain states of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. In April 2009, the USFWS removed (delisted) the northern Rocky Mountain Distinct Population Segment, excluding Wyoming, of gray(More)
Abstract Models of speciation in African rain forests have stressed either the role of isolation or ecological gradients. Here we contrast patterns of morphological and genetic divergence in parapatric and allopatric populations of the Little Greenbul, Andropadus virens, within different and similar habitats. We sampled 263 individuals from 18 sites and(More)
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