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Conclusive evidence for panmixia in the American eel
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Author: Pujolar, Jose M.

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Population genetics of the American eel (Anguilla rostrata): FST = 0 and North Atlantic Oscillation effects on demographic fluctuations of a panmictic species
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Authors: Côté, Caroline L.; Gagnaire, Pierre‐Alexandre; Bourret, Vincent; Verreault, Guy; Castonguay, Martin; Bernatchez, Louis

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Genetic variation and structure of house sparrow populations: is there an island effect?
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Authors: Jensen, Henrik; Moe, Rune; Hagen, Ingerid Julie; Holand, Anna Marie; Kekkonen, Jaana; Tufto, Jarle; Sæther, Bernt‐Erik

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The hindgut lumen prokaryotic microbiota of the termite Reticulitermes flavipes and its responses to dietary lignocellulose composition
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Authors: Boucias, Drion G.; Cai, Yunpeng; Sun, Yijun; Lietze, Verena‐Ulrike; Sen, Ruchira; Raychoudhury, Rhitoban; Scharf, Michael E.

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A complex life cycle in a warming planet: gene expression in thermally stressed sponges
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Authors: Webster, N.; Pantile, R.; Botté, E.; Abdo, D.; Andreakis, N.; Whalan, S.

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Molecular patterns of introgression in a classic hybrid zone between the Australian tree frogs, Litoria ewingii and L. paraewingi: evidence of a tension zone
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Authors: Smith, Katie L.; Hale, Joshua M.; Kearney, Michael R.; Austin, Jeremy J.; Melville, Jane

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No evidence for nuclear introgression despite complete mtDNA replacement in the Carpathian newt (Lissotriton montandoni)
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Authors: Zieliński, P.; Nadachowska‐Brzyska, K.; Wielstra, B.; Szkotak, R.; Covaciu‐Marcov, S. D.; Cogălniceanu, D.; Babik, W.

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The role of biogeography in shaping diversity of the intestinal microbiota in house mice
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Authors: Linnenbrink, Miriam; Wang, Jun; Hardouin, Emilie A.; Künzel, Sven; Metzler, Dirk; Baines, John F.

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Phylogeography and adaptation genetics of stickleback from the Haida Gwaii archipelago revealed using genome‐wide single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping
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Authors: Deagle, Bruce E.; Jones, Felicity C.; Absher, Devin M.; Kingsley, David M.; Reimchen, Thomas E.

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Pleistocene expansion of the bipolar lichen Cetraria aculeata into the Southern hemisphere
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Authors: Fernández‐Mendoza, Fernando; Printzen, Christian

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Mating system evolution and worker caste diversity in Pheidole ants
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Authors: Huang, Ming H.; Wheeler, Diana E.; Fjerdingstad, Else J.

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Reproductive success depends on the quality of helpers in the endangered, cooperative El Oro parakeet (Pyrrhura orcesi)
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Authors: Klauke, Nadine; Segelbacher, Gernot; Schaefer, H. M.

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Diversity and evolutionary patterns of bacterial gut associates of corbiculate bees
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Authors: Koch, Hauke; Abrol, Dharam P.; Li, Jilian; Schmid‐Hempel, Paul

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Uncovering symbiont‐driven genetic diversity across North American pea aphids
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Authors: Russell, Jacob A.; Weldon, Stephanie; Smith, Andrew H.; Kim, Kyungsun L.; Hu, Yi; Łukasik, Piotr; Doll, Steven; Anastopoulos, Ioannis; Novin, Matthew; Oliver, Kerry M.

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Corrigendum
pp. 2060-2060(1)
Authors: Heller, Rasmus; Brüniche‐Olsen, Anna; Siegismund, Hans R.

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