The genetic structure of populations of Metrioptera bicolor in a spatially structured landscape: effects of dispersal barriers and geographic distance

@article{Heidinger2013TheGS,
  title={The genetic structure of populations of Metrioptera bicolor in a spatially structured landscape: effects of dispersal barriers and geographic distance},
  author={Ina Monika Margret Heidinger and S. Hein and H. Feldhaar and Hans-Joachim Poethke},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={299-311}
}
  • Ina Monika Margret Heidinger, S. Hein, +1 author Hans-Joachim Poethke
  • Published 2013
  • Biology
  • Conservation Genetics
  • The stability and long-term survival of animal populations in fragmented landscapes largely depends on the colonisation of habitat patches and the exchange of individuals between patches. The degree of inter-patch dispersal, in turn, depends on the dispersal abilities of species and the landscape structure (i.e. the nature of the landscape matrix and habitat distribution). Here, we investigated the genetic structure of populations of Metrioptera bicolor, a wing-dimorphic bush cricket, in a… CONTINUE READING
    9 Citations

    Figures and Tables from this paper

    Anthropogenic and natural barriers affect genetic connectivity in an Alpine butterfly
    • 2
    Biased dispersal of Metrioptera bicolor, a wing dimorphic bush‐cricket
    • 5
    Small field islands systems include a large proportion of the regional orthopteran species pool in arable landscapes
    • PDF
    A practical toolbox for design and analysis of landscape genetics studies
    • 46
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 122 REFERENCES
    Influence of landscape on the population genetic structure of the alpine butterfly Parnassius smintheus (Papilionidae)
    • 217
    THE INFLUENCE OF INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN DISPERSAL STRATEGIES ON THE GENETIC STRUCTURE OF PLANTHOPPER POPULATIONS
    • M. Peterson, R. Denno
    • Biology, Medicine
    • Evolution; international journal of organic evolution
    • 1997
    • 33
    Differential threshold effects of habitat fragmentation on gene flow in two widespread species of bush crickets
    • 30
    • Highly Influential
    • PDF
    The effect of landscape composition on colonization success, growth rate and dispersal in introduced bush‐crickets Metrioptera roeseli
    • 72
    • Highly Influential
    Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape
    • 331
    • PDF
    Natural, not urban, barriers define population structure for a coastal endemic butterfly
    • 35
    • PDF
    Persistence of species in a fragmented urban landscape: the importance of dispersal ability and habitat availability for grassland butterflies
    • 136
    • Highly Influential