Biogeographic models of gene flow in two waterfowl of the Australo-Papuan tropics
There are many large, easy-to-observe anseriform birds (ducks, geese, and swans) in northern Australia and New Guinea and they often gather in large numbers. Yet, the structure of their populations and their regional movements are poorly understood. Lack
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