Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species

@article{Barbour2004GeneFB,
  title={Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species},
  author={Robert Charles Barbour and Brad M Potts and Ren{\'e} E. Vaillancourt and Wayne N. Tibbits and Robert J.E. Wiltshire},
  journal={New Forests},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={177-191}
}
The first evidence of in situ F1 hybridisation between an introduced eucalypt plantation species, Eucalyptus nitens, and a native eucalypt species is presented. Open-pollinated seed was collected from a mature E. nitens trial and from the adjacent native species, E. ovata and E. viminalis on the island of Tasmania. Nearly 70 000 seedlings were grown to a size at which hybrids could be clearly distinguished from pure species seedlings on the basis of morphology and a nearly species-specific… CONTINUE READING
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