Distribution of Wolbachia infection in Chorthippus parallelus populations within and beyond a Pyrenean hybrid zone

@article{ZabalAguirre2010DistributionOW,
  title={Distribution of Wolbachia infection in Chorthippus parallelus populations within and beyond a Pyrenean hybrid zone},
  author={Mario Zabal-Aguirre and Fanny Arroyo and Jos{\'e} L Bella},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2010},
  volume={104},
  pages={174-184}
}
Two subspecies of the meadow grasshopper Chorthippus parallelus meet in a secondary hybrid zone in the Pyrenees. We have recently detected Wolbachia infection in this extensively studied species. C. p. parallelus (Cpp) and C. p. erythropus (Cpe) harbour bacteria from the B and F supergroups, but they differ noticeably in the incidence and type of infection present in their populations. We can distinguish different regional infection patterns that are associated with the distribution of pure and… CONTINUE READING

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