Systematics and phylogeography of a threatened tortoise, the speckled padloper

@article{Daniels2010SystematicsAP,
  title={Systematics and phylogeography of a threatened tortoise, the speckled padloper},
  author={S. Daniels and M. Hofmeyr and B. Henen and E. Baard},
  journal={Animal Conservation},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={237-246}
}
This study investigated the systematics and phylogeography of a threatened tortoise of South Africa, the speckled padloper Homopus signatus. Sixty three specimens were collected from 17 localities that covered the distributional range of the two subspecies in western South Africa and a north-eastern population that was recently discovered near Pofadder. The Pofadder sample could not be assigned to either subspecies based on morphology. The samples were sequenced for two partial mtDNA fragments… Expand

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