Conservation Genetic Assessment of the Blue-spotted Salamander in Iowa

@inproceedings{Eastman2007ConservationGA,
  title={Conservation Genetic Assessment of the Blue-spotted Salamander in Iowa},
  author={Jonathan M. Eastman and Theresa A. Spradling and James W Demastes and Harlo H. Hadow},
  year={2007}
}
Blue-spotted salamanders (Ambystoma laterale) are a widespread and relatively common species throughout northeastern North America. The distribution of this species is marked by a pair of peripherally isolated populations at the southwestern boundary of its range in Iowa, a state where these salamanders are endangered. Because small peripatric populations suffer greater risks of extinction, the genetic state of the isolates was compared to that of a reference population that appears to be in… CONTINUE READING

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