Non-invasive conservation genetics of the critically endangered golden-crowned sifaka (Propithecus tattersalli): high diversity and significant genetic differentiation over a small range

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The genetic structure of the golden-crowned sifaka (Propithecus tattersalli) was evaluated in three forest types in the Daraina region between the Loky and Manambato Rivers in northeastern Madagascar. This critically endangered lemur species, only found within this restricted region (~1,300 km2), comprises populations which survive in forest fragments of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10592-009-9837-9

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@article{Qumr2009NoninvasiveCG, title={Non-invasive conservation genetics of the critically endangered golden-crowned sifaka (Propithecus tattersalli): high diversity and significant genetic differentiation over a small range}, author={Erwan Qu{\'e}m{\'e}r{\'e} and Edward E. Louis and Alexandre Rib{\'e}ron and Loun{\`e}s Chikhi and Brigitte Crouau-Roy}, journal={Conservation Genetics}, year={2009}, volume={11}, pages={675-687} }