Patterns of hybridization and introgression between invasive Ulmus pumila (Ulmaceae) and native U. rubra.

@article{Zalapa2009PatternsOH,
  title={Patterns of hybridization and introgression between invasive Ulmus pumila (Ulmaceae) and native U. rubra.},
  author={J. Zalapa and J. Brunet and R. Guries},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2009},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={
          1116-28
        }
}
Natural hybridization between introduced species and their native congeners occurs frequently and can create serious conservation concerns. Ulmus pumila (Siberian elm) is an introduced Asian elm species that has naturalized in the United States and is now considered invasive in 41 states. Red elm (U. rubra), a native to the eastern United States, often occurs in sympatry with Siberian elm, and the two species are thought to hybridize. Here, we genetically characterized reference populations of… Expand
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