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Volume 16, Number 16, August 2007

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The tails of two geckos tell the story of dispersal in a fragmented landscape
pp. 3289-3291(3)
Authors: DAVIES, KENDI F.; MELBOURNE, BRETT A.

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The temporal development in a hybridizing population of wild and cultivated chicory (Cichorium intybus L.)
pp. 3292-3298(7)
Authors: SØRENSEN, B. S.; KIÆR, L. P.; JØRGENSEN, R. B.; HAUSER, T. P.

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The tales of two geckos: does dispersal prevent extinction in recently fragmented populations?
pp. 3299-3312(14)
Authors: HOEHN, M.; SARRE, S. D.; HENLE, K.

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Population genetics of the wood-decay fungus Phlebia centrifuga P. Karst. in fragmented and continuous habitats
pp. 3326-3333(8)
Authors: FRANZÉN, INA; VASAITIS, RIMVYDAS; PENTTILÄ, REIJO; STENLID, JAN

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Phylogeography and population structure of the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus bieti) inferred from mitochondrial control region DNA sequence analysis
pp. 3334-3349(16)
Authors: LIU, ZHIJIN; REN, BAOPING; WEI, FUWEN; LONG, YONGCHENG; HAO, YANLI; LI, MING

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Asian origin and rapid global spread of the destructive dry rot fungus Serpula lacrymans
pp. 3350-3360(11)
Authors: KAUSERUD, HÅVARD; SVEGÅRDEN, INGEBORG BJORVAND; SÆTRE, GLENN-PETER; KNUDSEN, HENNING; STENSRUD, ØYVIND; SCHMIDT, OLAF; DOI, SHUICHI; SUGIYAMA, TOMOAKI; HÖGBERG, NILS

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Comparative phylogeography of Trypanosoma rangeli and Rhodnius (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) supports a long coexistence of parasite lineages and their sympatric vectors
pp. 3361-3373(13)
Authors: MAIA DA SILVA, F.; JUNQUEIRA, A. C. V.; CAMPANER, M.; RODRIGUES, A. C.; CRISANTE, G.; RAMIREZ, L. E.; CABALLERO, Z. C. E.; MONTEIRO, F. A.; COURA, J. R.; AÑEZ, N.; TEIXEIRA, M. M. G.

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Phylogeography of a northeast Asian spruce, Picea jezoensis, inferred from genetic variation observed in organelle DNA markers
pp. 3393-3405(13)
Authors: AIZAWA, M.; YOSHIMARU, H.; SAITO, H.; KATSUKI, T.; KAWAHARA, T.; KITAMURA, K.; SHI, F.; KAJI, M.

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Mediterranean populations of the lesser white-toothed shrew (Crocidura suaveolens group): an unexpected puzzle of Pleistocene survivors and prehistoric introductions
pp. 3438-3452(15)
Authors: DUBEY, S.; COSSON, J-F.; MAGNANOU, E.; VOHRALÍK, V.; BENDA, P.; FRYNTA, D.; HUTTERER, R.; VOGEL, V.; VOGEL, P.

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Phylogeographical structure in the subterranean tuco-tuco Ctenomys talarum (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae): contrasting the demographic consequences of regional and habitat-specific histories
pp. 3453-3465(13)
Authors: MORA, MATÍAS S.; LESSA, ENRIQUE P.; CUTRERA, ANA P.; KITTLEIN, MARCELO J.; VASSALLO, ALDO I.

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Historical and ecological determinants of genetic structure in arctic canids
pp. 3466-3483(18)
Authors: CARMICHAEL, L. E.; KRIZAN, J.; NAGY, J. A.; FUGLEI, E.; DUMOND, M.; JOHNSON, D.; VEITCH, A.; BERTEAUX, D.; STROBECK, C.

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High quantitative and no molecular differentiation of a freshwater snail (Galba truncatula) between temporary and permanent water habitats
pp. 3484-3496(13)
Authors: CHAPUIS, ELODIE; TROUVE, SANDRINE; FACON, BENOIT; DEGEN, LOÏC; GOUDET, JEROME

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Population genetics of Plasmodium resistance genes in Anopheles gambiae: no evidence for strong selection
pp. 3497-3510(14)
Authors: OBBARD, D. J.; LINTON, Y.-M.; JIGGINS, F. M.; YAN, G.; LITTLE, T. J.

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