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Three sisters in the same dress: cryptic speciation in African odonates
pp. 3840-3841(2)
Authors: CORDERO-RIVERA, A.; LORENZO-CARBALLA, M. O.

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Calculations of population differentiation based on GST and D: forget GST but not all of statistics!
pp. 3845-3852(8)
Authors: GERLACH, GABRIELE; JUETERBOCK, ALEXANDER; KRAEMER, PHILIPP; DEPPERMANN, JANA; HARMAND, PETER

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Chloroplast DNA-based studies in molecular ecology may be compromised by nuclear-encoded plastid sequence
pp. 3853-3856(4)
Authors: ARTHOFER, WOLFGANG; SCHÜLER, SILVIO; STEINER, FLORIAN M.; SCHLICK-STEINER, BIRGIT C.

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Postglacial history of a widespread conifer produces inverse clines in selective neutrality tests
pp. 3857-3864(8)
Authors: HOLLIDAY, J. A.; YUEN, M.; RITLAND, K.; AITKEN, S. N.

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Evolution in caves: Darwin’s ‘wrecks of ancient life’ in the molecular era
pp. 3865-3880(16)
Authors: JUAN, CARLOS; GUZIK, MICHELLE T.; JAUME, DAMIÀ; COOPER, STEVEN J. B.

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An integrative approach to species discovery in odonates: from character-based DNA barcoding to ecology
pp. 3881-3893(13)
Authors: DAMM, SANDRA; SCHIERWATER, BERND; HADRYS, HEIKE

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Genetic diversity and differentiation at MHC genes in island populations of tuatara (Sphenodon spp.)
pp. 3894-3908(15)
Authors: MILLER, HILARY C.; ALLENDORF, FRED; DAUGHERTY, CHARLES H.

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Genetic discontinuities and disequilibria in recently established populations of the plant pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella fijiensis
pp. 3909-3923(15)
Authors: HALKETT, F.; COSTE, D.; RIVAS PLATERO, G. G.; ZAPATER, M. F.; ABADIE, C.; CARLIER, J.

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Origins and colonization history of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in South America
pp. 3924-3937(14)
Authors: ANSEDE-BERMEJO, JUAN; GAVILAN, RONNIE G.; TRIÑANES, JOAQUÍN; ESPEJO, ROMILIO T.; MARTINEZ-URTAZA, JAIME

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The power of genetic monitoring for studying demography, ecology and genetics of a reintroduced brown bear population
pp. 3938-3951(14)
Authors: DE BARBA, M.; WAITS, L. P.; GARTON, E. O.; GENOVESI, P.; RANDI, E.; MUSTONI, A.; GROFF, C.

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Hybridization and introgression across different ploidy levels in the Neotropical orchids Epidendrum fulgens and E. puniceoluteum (Orchidaceae)
pp. 3981-3994(14)
Authors: PINHEIRO, FÁBIO; deBARROS, FÁBIO; PALMA-SILVA, CLARISSE; MEYER, DIOGO; FAY, MICHAEL F.; SUZUKI, ROGÉRIO M.; LEXER, CHRISTIAN; COZZOLINO, SALVATORE

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Hybridization between distant lineages increases adaptive variation during a biological invasion: stickleback in Switzerland
pp. 3995-4011(17)
Authors: LUCEK, KAY; ROY, DENIS; BEZAULT, ETIENNE; SIVASUNDAR, ARJUN; SEEHAUSEN, OLE

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Comparative genome scan detects host-related divergent selection in the grasshopper Hesperotettix viridis
pp. 4012-4028(17)
Authors: APPLE, JENNIFER L.; GRACE, TONY; JOERN, ANTHONY; AMAND, PAUL ST.; WISELY, SAMANTHA M.

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Parallel habitat specialization within the wolf spider genus Hogna from the Galápagos
pp. 4029-4045(17)
Authors: DE BUSSCHERE, C.; HENDRICKX, F.; VAN BELLEGHEM, S. M.; BACKELJAU, T.; LENS, L.; BAERT, L.

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Phylogeography of ninespine sticklebacks (Pungitius pungitius) in North America: glacial refugia and the origins of adaptive traits
pp. 4061-4076(16)
Authors: ALDENHOVEN, JACLYN T.; MILLER, MATTHEW A.; CORNELI, PATRICE SHOWERS; SHAPIRO, MICHAEL D.

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Multiple gains and losses of Wolbachia symbionts across a tribe of fungus-growing ants
pp. 4077-4085(9)
Authors: FROST, C. L.; FERNÁNDEZ-MARÍN, H.; SMITH, J. E.; HUGHES, W. O. H.

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Low specificity and nested subset structure characterize mycorrhizal associations in five closely related species of the genus Orchis
pp. 4086-4095(10)
Authors: JACQUEMYN, HANS; HONNAY, OLIVIER; CAMMUE, BRUNO P. A.; BRYS, REIN; LIEVENS, BART

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Corrigendum
pp. 4096-4097(2)
Authors: ALLY, D.; RITLAND, K.; OTTO, S. P.

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