Measuring dispersal and detecting departures from a random walk model in a grasshopper hybrid zone

@inproceedings{Bailey2003MeasuringDA,
  title={Measuring dispersal and detecting departures from a random walk model in a grasshopper hybrid zone},
  author={Richard I Bailey and Margaret Lineham and Chris D Thomas and Roger K Butlin},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract. 1. The grasshopper species Chorthippus brunneus and C. jacobsi form a complex mosaic hybrid zone in northern Spain. Two mark–release–recapture studies were carried out near the centre of the zone in order to make direct estimates of lifetime dispersal. 2. A model framework based on a simple random walk in homogeneous habitat was extended to include the estimation of philopatry and flying propensity. Each model was compared with the real data, correcting for spatial and temporal… CONTINUE READING

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