Disparate phylogeographic patterns of molecular genetic variation in four closely related South American small cat species

@article{Johnson1999DisparatePP,
  title={Disparate phylogeographic patterns of molecular genetic variation in four closely related South American small cat species},
  author={W. Johnson and J. Slattery and E. Eizirik and Jae‐Heup Kim and Marilyn Menotti Raymond and C. Bonacic and R. Cambre and P. Crawshaw and A. Nunes and H. Seu{\'a}nez and M. Martins Moreira and K. Seymour and F. Simon and W. Swanson and S. O'Brien},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={1999},
  volume={8}
}
Tissue specimens from four species of Neotropical small cats (Oncifelis geoffroyi, N = 38; O. guigna, N = 6; Leopardus tigrinus, N = 32; Lynchailurus colocolo, N = 22) collected from throughout their distribution were examined for patterns of DNA sequence variation using three mitochondrial genes, 16S rRNA, ATP8, and NADH‐5. Patterns between and among O. guigna and O. geoffroyi individuals were assessed further from size variation at 20 microsatellite loci. Phylogenetic analyses using… Expand
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