Electrophoretic studies of the systematic and biogeographic relationships of the Fijian bat genera Pteropus, Pteralopex, Chaerephon and Notopteris.

@article{Ingleby2003ElectrophoreticSO,
  title={Electrophoretic studies of the systematic and biogeographic relationships of the Fijian bat genera Pteropus, Pteralopex, Chaerephon and Notopteris.},
  author={S. Ingleby and D. Colgan},
  journal={Australian Mammalogy},
  year={2003},
  volume={25},
  pages={13-29}
}
  • S. Ingleby, D. Colgan
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Australian Mammalogy
  • Allozyme variation at 24 - 29 presumptive loci was used to examine the systematic relationships between Fijian bats and those from neighbouring areas such as Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, New Guinea and Australia. Genetic data indicate that the Fijian bat fauna contains highly divergent taxa as well as some populations that are virtually indistinguishable electrophoretically from conspecifics in neighbouring islands groups, particularly species shared with Vanuatu. The endemic Fijian… CONTINUE READING
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