Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities for a headwater stream insect

@inproceedings{Finn2007PopulationGS,
  title={Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities for a headwater stream insect},
  author={Debra S. Finn and Michael S. Blouin and David A. Lytle},
  year={2007}
}
Summary 1. The spatial distribution of stream-dwelling organisms is often considered to be limited primarily according to the hierarchical structure of the hydrologic network, and previous conceptual models of population genetic structure have reflected this generality. Headwater specialists, however, are confined to short upstream sections of the network, and therefore are unlikely to respond in the same way as species with a broader range of habitat tolerance. 2. Here, we propose a… CONTINUE READING

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