Microgeographical distribution of two chromosomal races of house mice in Tunisia: pattern and origin of habitat partitioning.

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Two chromosomal races of the house mouse occur in Tunisia, a standard morph (40St) found all over the country, and a derived morph (22Rb) occurring only in central Tunisia. In this region, habitat partitioning between the two morphs was investigated by a microgeographical analysis of their distribution, assessing habitat characteristics and demographic… (More)

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@article{Chatti1999MicrogeographicalDO, title={Microgeographical distribution of two chromosomal races of house mice in Tunisia: pattern and origin of habitat partitioning.}, author={Noueddine Chatti and G{\'e}rard Ganem and Karim Benzekri and J. Catal{\'a}n and J Britton-davidian and Khaled Sa{\"i}d}, journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences}, year={1999}, volume={266 1428}, pages={1561-9} }