Debugging diversity – a pan‐continental exploration of the potential of terrestrial blood‐feeding leeches as a vertebrate monitoring tool

@article{Schnell2018DebuggingD,
  title={Debugging diversity – a pan‐continental exploration of the potential of terrestrial blood‐feeding leeches as a vertebrate monitoring tool},
  author={I. B. Schnell and Kristine Bohmann and Sebastian E Schultze and S. R. Richter and D{\'a}ith{\'i} C. Murray and M. Sinding and D. Bass and J. E. Cadle and M. Campbell and R. Dolch and D. Edwards and T. Gray and Teis Hansen and Anh Hoa and Christina Lehmkuhl Noer and S. Heise-Pavlov and Adam F Sander Pedersen and Juliot Carl Ramamonjisoa and M. Siddall and Andrew Tilker and C. Traeholt and Nicholas M Wilkinson and P. Woodcock and Douglas W. Yu and M. Bertelsen and M. Bunce and M. Gilbert},
  journal={Molecular Ecology Resources},
  year={2018},
  volume={18},
  pages={1282 - 1298}
}
The use of environmental DNA (eDNA) has become an applicable noninvasive tool with which to obtain information about biodiversity. A subdiscipline of eDNA is iDNA (invertebrate‐derived DNA), where genetic material ingested by invertebrates is used to characterize the biodiversity of the species that served as hosts. While promising, these techniques are still in their infancy, as they have only been explored on limited numbers of samples from only a single or a few different locations. In this… Expand
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