Landscape Genetics of Leaf-Toed Geckos in the Tropical Dry Forest of Northern Mexico

@inproceedings{Blair2013LandscapeGO,
  title={Landscape Genetics of Leaf-Toed Geckos in the Tropical Dry Forest of Northern Mexico},
  author={Christopher Blair and Victor H. Jim{\'e}nez Arcos and Fausto R. M{\'e}ndez de la Cruz and Robert W. Murphy},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Habitat fragmentation due to both natural and anthropogenic forces continues to threaten the evolution and maintenance of biological diversity. This is of particular concern in tropical regions that are experiencing elevated rates of habitat loss. Although less well-studied than tropical rain forests, tropical dry forests (TDF) contain an enormous diversity of species and continue to be threatened by anthropogenic activities including grazing and agriculture. However, little is known about the… CONTINUE READING

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