Genetic effects of landscape, habitat preference and demography on three co-occurring turtle species.

@article{Reid2017GeneticEO,
  title={Genetic effects of landscape, habitat preference and demography on three co-occurring turtle species.},
  author={Brendan Reid and David J. Mladenoff and Mike Peery},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2017},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={781-798}
}
Expanding the scope of landscape genetics beyond the level of single species can help to reveal how species traits influence responses to environmental change. Multispecies studies are particularly valuable in highly threatened taxa, such as turtles, in which the impacts of anthropogenic change are strongly influenced by interspecific differences in life history strategies, habitat preferences and mobility. We sampled approximately 1500 individuals of three co-occurring turtle species across a… CONTINUE READING
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