Genomic population structure aligns with vocal dialects in Palm Cockatoos (Probosciger aterrimus); evidence for refugial late-Quaternary distribution?
Species persistence and maintenance of genetic diversity are strongly affected by dispersal and historical distribution, especially when species depend on habitat that is non-uniform or fluctuates dramatically with changing climate. Australo-Papuan rainforest has fluctuated dramatically since the last glacial maximum (around 20 kya). To understand how prehistoric climate fluctuation affected population connectivity and genetic diversity in a rainforest edge species, we screened 27 Palm Cockatoo...[Show more]
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