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Comparaison electrophorétique de quelques espèces de Lacertidés Méditerranéens, Genera Podarcis et »Archaeolacerta«

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An electrophoretic investigation of 17 gene loci in 11 populations of Meditteraneans lacertids (Podarcis muralis, P. tiliguerta, P. hispanica, P. sicula, "Archaeolacerta" bedriagae) completed with a dendrogram after unweighted pair groups' arithmetic average cluster analysis of NEI genetic identity values, show: - important differences between Podarcis muralis and Podarcis tiliguerta, apparently sufficient to justify the maintenance of this taxon at the specific level; - important differences between animals of Archaeolacerta, Podarcis and Lacerta s. str. (MAYER et TIEDEMANN, 1982) which would allow to raise Archaeolacerta at a generic statute. This study allows equally to establish the diminution of percentage of polymorphic loci for micro-insular P. tiliguerta populations according to the removal from Sardinia and the estimate separation's time. A tentative phylogenetic explanation is done by the authors.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire de Biogéographie et Ecologie des Vertébrés E.P.H.E. Place Eugéne Bataillon, 34060 Montpellier cedex, France; 2: Istituto di Anatomia Comparata, Biologia Generale e Genetica, Museo Zoologico dell'Universita di Firenze "La Specola", Via Romana 17, 50 125 Firenze Italia


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