Cryptic Species? Patterns of Maternal and Paternal Gene Flow in Eight Neotropical Bats

@inproceedings{Clare2011CrypticSP,
  title={Cryptic Species? Patterns of Maternal and Paternal Gene Flow in Eight Neotropical Bats},
  author={Elizabeth L Clare},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Levels of sequence divergence at mitochondrial loci are frequently used in phylogeographic analysis and species delimitation though single marker systems cannot assess bi-parental gene flow. In this investigation I compare the phylogeographic patterns revealed through the maternally inherited mitochondrial COI region and the paternally inherited 7(th) intron region of the Dby gene on the Y-chromosome in eight common Neotropical bat species. These species are diverse and include members of two… CONTINUE READING
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