Sandra Reis

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Resolving the migratory connectivity (identifying non-breeding grounds) of migrating bird populations that are morphologically similar is crucial for an understanding of their population dynamics and ultimately their conservation. Such is the case in Black-tailed Godwits Limosa limosa, where the Iceland-breeding subspecies islandica shows overlap during the(More)
We present new insights into the phylogeography of the Robin, Erithacus rubecula, from the seven Azores Islands where it breeds, based on sequences of mitochondrial and nuclear genes from 35 individuals (five from each of the seven islands) as well as outgroup/comparison samples from Madeira, Canary Islands and Continental Western Palearctic (Europe and(More)
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