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Different frontal colourations in storks (Ciconiidae) reveals short-range visual cues for species recognition
The Ciconiidae family includes 19 extant species distributed in all over the world. While all species are similar in morphotype, with dominant black or white plumage colouration, storks may also...
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Generalized hybridization between commercial and native individuals of bumble bees
Every year more than 1 million commercial bumblebee colonies are deployed in greenhouses worldwide for their pollination services. While commercial pollinators have been an enormous benefit for...
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On the path to extinction: inbreeding and admixture in a declining gray wolf population
Allee effects reduce the viability of small populations in many different ways, which act synergistically to lead populations towards extinction vortexes. The Sierra Morena wolf population,...
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Human-induced environmental disturbances increase hybridization rates between two Californian oaks
Wildfires, urbanization, and land-clearing for agriculture can be considered among the most important environmental disturbances in Mediterranean regions. Interspecific hybridization has been...
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