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- Fraimout, Antoine, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Biological invasions 2018 v.20 no.10 pp. 2963-2979
- Drosophila suzukii; biogeography; climatic factors; ecological invasion; indigenous species; intraspecific variation; invasive species; models; niches; population genetics
- ... Biological invasions are one of the main threats to biodiversity worldwide, and understanding the mechanisms allowing invasive species to colonize their new environments is critical to the management of invasive populations. One particular aspect of invasion biology is to define the environmental conditions within which invasive species can persist (i.e. their ecological niche) to get insights on ...
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- Journal of biogeography 2015 v.42 no.11 pp. 2197-2208
- Alces alces; Bayesian theory; anthropogenic activities; autocorrelation; genetic techniques and protocols; genetic variation; landscapes; microsatellite repeats; population; population dynamics; secondary contact; species diversity; ungulates; Finland; Northern European region; Scandinavia
- ... AIM: To determine whether a contemporary population of the moose (Alces alces), a large northern ungulate, retains genetic signatures of post‐glacial recolonization and/or the effects of anthropogenic factors. We focused on investigating spatial genetic structure and the distribution of genetic diversity of this species to clarify its still obscure history. LOCATION: Eastern Fennoscandia, Northern ...