Monitoring movement into and through a newly planted rainforest corridor using genetic analysis of natal origin
Paetkau, David; Vazquez-Dominguez, Ella; Tucker, Nigel I.J.; Moritz, Craig
Genetic analysis of individual origins works best with populations that are genetically distinct but which exchange a high rate of immigrants, conditions that don't normally coexist since immigration acts to prevent the accumulation of genetic differences. We provide empirical results from a newly constructed habitat linkage to illustrate the unique suitability of such analysis to monitoring the re-establishment of connections between previously isolated populations. Donaghy's Corridor links a...[Show more]
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