Historical biogeography of two alpine butterflies in the Rocky Mountains: broad‐scale concordance and local‐scale discordance

@inproceedings{Dechaine2005HistoricalBO,
  title={Historical biogeography of two alpine butterflies in the Rocky Mountains: broad‐scale concordance and local‐scale discordance},
  author={Eric G Dechaine and Andrew Philip Martin},
  year={2005}
}
Methods We sequenced 867 and 789 nucleotides of cytochrome oxidase I from an average of 19 and 20 individuals for C. meadii and P. smintheus, respectively, from each of the same 18 localities. From the sequence data, we calculated measures of genetic diversity within each population (H, h), genetic divergence among populations (FST), and tested for geographic structure through an analysis of molecular variance (amova). Population estimates were compared against latitude and between species… CONTINUE READING
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