Evolutionary, behavioural and molecular ecology must meet to achieve long-term conservation goals
Founder populations in reintroduction programmes can experience a genetic bottleneck simply because of their small size. The influence of reproductive skew brought on by polygynous or polyandrous mating systems in these populations can exacerbate already
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