Sex-biased juvenile dispersal is adaptive but does not create genetic structure in island lizards

  • Duryea, Robert M. Coxb
  • Published 2014


Dispersal is a potentially risky behavior that has several important implications for demography. Dispersal may be measured directly through behavioral observations or indirectly using genetic analyses. The direct approach is accurate but labor-intensive, whereas the indirect approach depends on population subdivision to infer dispersal events. Here, we… (More)


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