Molecular and morphological evidence of natural interspecific hybridization between the uncommon Eucalyptus aggregata and the widespread E. rubida and E. viminalis

@article{Field2008MolecularAM,
  title={Molecular and morphological evidence of natural interspecific hybridization between the uncommon Eucalyptus aggregata and the widespread E. rubida and E. viminalis},
  author={D. Field and D. Ayre and R. Whelan and A. Young},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={881-896}
}
Human activities can promote increased hybridization in the genus Eucalyptus with potentially detrimental consequences for the persistence of rare species. However, many hybrid combinations have not been investigated with combined use of genetic markers and morphology. We assessed the efficiency of the STRUCTURE program and morphological intermediacy for identifying hybrids between the uncommon tree, Eucalyptus aggregata, which putatively hybridizes with the common congeners, E. rubida and E… Expand
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