Temporal shifts in the saltmarsh–Nelson’s sparrow hybrid zone revealed by replicated demographic and genetic surveys

@article{Walsh2016TemporalSI,
  title={Temporal shifts in the saltmarsh–Nelson’s sparrow hybrid zone revealed by replicated demographic and genetic surveys},
  author={Jennifer Walsh and W. Gregory Shriver and Maureen D. Correll and Brian J. Olsen and Chris S. Elphick and Thomas P. Hodgman and Rebecca J. Rowe and Kathleen M. O’Brien and Adrienme I. Kovach},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={453-466}
}
Conservation of threatened or endangered species in a hybrid zone requires a comprehensive understanding of interspecific dynamics over time and space. We evaluated changes in location and composition of a hybrid zone over a 15-year period (with replicated sampling in 1997–2000 and 2011–2013) for saltmarsh (Ammodramus caudacutus) and Nelson’s (A. nelsoni) sparrows, two tidal marsh specialists of high conservation priority in the northeastern United States. We combined genetic analyses using… CONTINUE READING
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