Population Genetic Structure and Phylogeography of the Small Mouse-Tailed Bat, Rhinopoma muscatellum Thomas, 1903 (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran Inferred from Mitochondrial DNA

@article{Kafaei2020PopulationGS,
  title={Population Genetic Structure and Phylogeography of the Small Mouse-Tailed Bat, Rhinopoma muscatellum Thomas, 1903 (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran Inferred from Mitochondrial DNA},
  author={Sasan Kafaei and M. Sharifi and Vahid Akmali},
  journal={Acta Chiropterologica},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={29 - 40}
}
Rhinopoma muscatellum is one of the six species of mouse-tailed bats (Rhinopomatidae) that is common in Iran with over 70 reported localities. We investigated phylogeographic relationships and evolutionary history in this species from Iran using two mitochondrial DNA markers, D-loop region (D-loop, 464 bp) and cytochrome b (Cytb, 726 bp). We found a low degree of genetic diversity in the Iranian populations of R. muscatellum (π = 0.0061 for D-loop and π = 0.0013 for Cytb), that shows the… Expand
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