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Volume 12, Number 10, October 2003

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Methods of parentage analysis in natural populations
pp. 2511-2523(13)
Authors: Jones, Adam G.; Ardren, William R.

Global patterns in peatmoss biodiversity
pp. 2553-2570(18)
Authors: Shaw, A. Jonathan; Cox, Cymon J.; Boles, Sandra B.

Genetic distinction of wildcat (Felis silvestris) populations in Europe, and hybridization with domestic cats in Hungary
pp. 2585-2598(14)
Authors: Pierpaoli, M.; Birò, Z. S.; Herrmann, M.; Hupe, K.; Fernandes, M.; Ragni, B.; Szemethy, L.; Randi, E.

Colony and population genetic structure of the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus, in Japan
pp. 2599-2608(10)
Authors: Vargo, Edward L.; Husseneder, Claudia; Grace, J. Kenneth

Cryptic population structure in a large, mobile mammalian predator: the Scandinavian lynx
pp. 2623-2633(11)
Authors: Rueness, E. K.; Jorde, P. E.; Hellborg, L.; Stenseth, N. C.; Ellegren, H.; Jakobsen, K. S.

Genetics of colonization in Hypochaeris tenuifolia (Asteraceae, Lactuceae) on Volcán Lonquimay, Chile
pp. 2649-2659(11)
Authors: Tremetsberger, K.; Stuessy, T. F.; Samuel, R. M.; Baeza, C. M.; Fay, M. F.

Postglacial population growth of Cunninghamia konishii (Cupressaceae) inferred from phylogeographical and mismatch analysis of chloroplast DNA variation
pp. 2689-2695(7)
Authors: Hwang, Shih-Ying; Lin, Tsan-Piao; Ma, Chiu-Shun; Lin, Chung-Ling; Jeng-Der Chung; Yang, Jenq-Chuan

Phylogeography of the coronulid barnacle, Chelonibia testudinaria, from loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta
pp. 2697-2706(10)
Authors: Rawson, P. D.; Macnamee, R.; Frick, M. G.; Williams, K. L.

Cryptic species and morphological plasticity in long-lived bivalves (Unionoida: Hyriidae) from inland Australia
pp. 2707-2717(11)
Authors: Baker, Andrew M.; Bartlett, Chris; Bunn, Stuart E.; Goudkamp, Katrina; Sheldon, Fran; Hughes, Jane M.

A hybrid zone dominated by fertile F1s: maintenance of species barriers in Rhododendron
pp. 2719-2729(11)
Authors: Milne, R. I.; Terzioglu, S.; Abbott, R. J.

Ecological and morphological differentiation among cryptic evolutionary lineages in freshwater limpets of the nominal form-group Ancylus fluviatilis (O.F. Müller, 1774)
pp. 2731-2745(15)
Authors: Pfenninger, Markus; Staubach, Sid; Albrecht, Christian; Streit, Bruno; Schwenk, Klaus

Phylogeography of the harlequin beetle-riding pseudoscorpion and the rise of the Isthmus of Panamá
pp. 2759-2769(11)
Authors: Zeh, J. A.; Zeh, D. W.; Bonilla, M. M.

Mitochondrial DNA sequences reveal extensive cryptic diversity within a western American springsnail
pp. 2771-2782(12)
Authors: Liu, Hsiu-Ping; Hershler, Robert; Clift, Kayla

Genetic and behavioural estimates of reproductive skew in male fallow deer
pp. 2793-2800(8)
Authors: Say, L.; Naulty, F.; Hayden, T. J.

Genetic analysis of spatial foraging patterns and resource sharing in bumble bee pollinators
pp. 2801-2808(8)
Authors: Chapman, R. E.; Wang, J.; Bourke, A. F. G.

Genetic variation among interconnected populations of Catostomus occidentalis: implications for distinguishing impacts of contaminants from biogeographical structuring
pp. 2817-2833(17)
Authors: Whitehead, Andrew; Anderson, Susan L.; Kuivila, Kathryn M.; L. Roach, Jennifer; May, Bernie

Inter-island movements and population differentiation in a pelagic seabird
pp. 2835-2843(9)
Authors: Dearborn, Donald C.; Anders, Angela D.; Schreiber, E. A.; Adams, Rachelle M. M.; Mueller, Ulrich G.

Evidence for gene flow in parasitic nematodes between two host species of shrews
pp. 2853-2859(7)
Authors: Brant, Sara V.; Ortí, Guillermo

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