Allozyme Diversity in Non-social Spiders: Pattern, Process and Conservation Implications

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In this article we summarize estimates of genetic variation based on allozymes for 30 non-social spider species. Overall, these species show moderate levels of genetic variability (mean Ho = 6.8%) compared to other invertebrate species surveyed for allozymes, although a number of spiders possess only minimal variation. Fossorial spiders, especially those… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1009612909147

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@article{Ramrez2004AllozymeDI, title={Allozyme Diversity in Non-social Spiders: Pattern, Process and Conservation Implications}, author={Miriam Ram{\'i}rez and Thomas Saunders}, journal={Journal of Insect Conservation}, year={2004}, volume={3}, pages={327-340} }