The subspecies concept in butterflies: has its application in taxonomy and conservation biology outlived its usefulness?
Subspecies lie at the interface between systematics and population genetics, and represent a unit of biological organization in zoology that is widely used in the disciplines of taxonomy and conservation biology. In this review, we explore the utility of
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