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A new subspecies of Manx shearwater to the Canary Islands
The taxonomy of Procellariiformes, particularly petrels and shearwaters, is still unresolved. The Manx shearwater Puffinus puffinus is one of the best studied seabirds worldwide. Most of the...
About A new subspecies of Manx shearwater to the Canary Islands
puffinus puffinus canariensis
Genetic variability of red swamp crayfish reveals its invasion process
Patterns of genetic diversity in invasive populations can be modulated by a range of factors acting at different stages of the invasion process, including the genetic composition of the source...
About Genetic variability of red swamp crayfish reveals its invasion process
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...
About Human-induced environmental disturbances increase hybridization rates between two Californian oaks
Evolutionary and demographic history of the Californian scrub white oak species complex: an integrative approach
Understanding the factors promoting species formation is a major task in evolutionary biology research. In this project, funded by the Severo Ochoa-EBD microproject initiative, we have studied the...
About Evolutionary and demographic history of the Californian scrub white oak species complex: an integrative approach
species distribution modelling