A hybrid zone defined by allozymes and ventral colour in Geocrinia rosea (Anura:Myobatrachidae)
The frog Geocrinia rosea is highly genetically subdivided with a major genetic division between northern and southern populations. Previous research did not sample a region spanning 12 km between these two populations. We report the distribution of G. rosea in the unsampled area and identify a geographically restricted hybrid zone. Boundaries of genetic groups were defined using two allozyme loci in 13 populations and ventral colouration. G. rosea was not continuously distributed in the area of...[Show more]
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