research product . 2014

The Scale of Genetic Differentiation in the Spring Peeper, Pseudacris Crucifer, in Eastern Ontario

Lucas, Melissa;
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  • Published: 27 Apr 2014
  • Country: Canada
Life history traits and features of the landscape can affect the genetic structure of populations and species across their ranges. Amphibians are expected to exhibit fine-scale genetic structure due to their typically small size and tendency for philopatry, factors that should limit their dispersal. Pseudacris crucifer, the spring peeper, is a small North American woodland frog with fidelity to natal wetlands. I hypothesize that P. crucifer breeding aggregations in Eastern Ontario have limited dispersal and that this should be manifested in fine-scale genetic structure. I conducted Bayesian assignment tests of microsatellite data of individuals from 10 localitie...
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free text keywords: Biology, Landscape Genetics, Amphibian, Isolation by Distance, Pseudacris Crucifer
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