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mtDNA PHYLOGENY OF NORTH AMERICAN CARDUELIS PINUS GROUP

@inproceedings{ArnaizVillena2007mtDNAPO,
  title={mtDNA PHYLOGENY OF NORTH AMERICAN CARDUELIS PINUS GROUP},
  author={A. Arnaiz-Villena and V. Ruiz-del-Valle and J. Moscoso and J. I. Serrano-Vela and J. Zamora},
  year={2007}
}
  • A. Arnaiz-Villena, V. Ruiz-del-Valle, +2 authors J. Zamora
  • Published 2007
  • —mtDNA phylogeny of North American Carduelis pinus group. Aims: To uncover the genetic relationships within the Carduelis genera of Carduelis dominicensis (Antillean siskin), Carduelis atriceps (black-capped siskin) and Carduelis pinus perplexus (pine siskin perplexus) subspecies, and with North American Carduelis species, particularly Carduelis pinus (pine siskin) and also with Euroasiatic Carduelis spinus (Eurasian siskin). Location: Males on breeding season were obtained. Antillean siskin… CONTINUE READING
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