Genetic vs. morphological differentiation of Old World buzzards (genus Buteo, Accipitridae)

@article{Kruckenhauser2004GeneticVM,
  title={Genetic vs. morphological differentiation of Old World buzzards (genus Buteo, Accipitridae)},
  author={Luise Kruckenhauser and Elisabeth Haring and Wilhelm Pinsker and Martin J. Riesing and Hans Winkler and Michael Wink and Anita Gamauf},
  journal={Zoologica Scripta},
  year={2004},
  volume={33}
}
Kruckenhauser, L., Haring, E., Pinsker, W., Riesing, M. J., Winkler, H., Wink, M. & Gamauf, A. (2004). Genetic vs. morphological differentiation of Old World buzzards (genus Buteo, Accipitridae). — Zoologica Scripta, 33, 197–211. 
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