Museum DNA reveals the demographic history of the endangered Seychelles warbler

@inproceedings{Spurgin2014MuseumDR,
  title={Museum DNA reveals the demographic history of the endangered Seychelles warbler},
  author={Lewis G Spurgin and David J Wright and Marco Komdeur van der Velde and Nigel J. Collar and Jan Komdeur and Terry Burke and David S Richardson},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2014}
}
The importance of evolutionary conservation - how understanding evolutionary forces can help guide conservation decisions - is widely recognized. However, the historical demography of many endangered species is unknown, despite the fact that this can have important implications for contemporary ecological processes and for extinction risk. Here, we reconstruct the population history of the Seychelles warbler (Acrocephalus sechellensis) - an ecological model species. By the 1960s, this species… CONTINUE READING
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