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Comparative phylogeography of two hemipteran species (Geisha distinctissima and Megacopta cribraria) in the Zhoushan Archipelago of China reveals contrasting genetic structures despite concordant historical demographies
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2019
Volume124Pages:207-222
Li; K.; Lin; C.-P.; Liang AP(梁爱萍)
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioz.ac.cn/handle/000000/14410
Collection动物进化与系统学院重点实验室
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Li,K.,Lin,et al. Comparative phylogeography of two hemipteran species (Geisha distinctissima and Megacopta cribraria) in the Zhoushan Archipelago of China reveals contrasting genetic structures despite concordant historical demographies[J]. Heredity,2019,124:207-222.
APA Li,K.,Lin,C.-P.,&梁爱萍.(2019).Comparative phylogeography of two hemipteran species (Geisha distinctissima and Megacopta cribraria) in the Zhoushan Archipelago of China reveals contrasting genetic structures despite concordant historical demographies.Heredity,124,207-222.
MLA Li,et al."Comparative phylogeography of two hemipteran species (Geisha distinctissima and Megacopta cribraria) in the Zhoushan Archipelago of China reveals contrasting genetic structures despite concordant historical demographies".Heredity 124(2019):207-222.
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