Population genetic differentiation and multiple paternity determined by novel microsatellite markers from the Mountain Log Skink Pseudemoia entrecasteauxii
A total of 15 microsatellite primer pairs were developed from the Mountain Log Skink, Pseudemoia entrecasteauxii. Nine were used to screen 46 individuals from four populations, and a representative from P. spenceri and P. pagenstecheri. Seven of the loci
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