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Genetic distances between the populations of Cyrtodactylus kotschyi (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Apulia and Greece

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The origin of the Apulian population of Cyrtodactylus kotschyi is debated. Two hypotheses have been made: 1) natural origin due to land bridges linking Apulia to the Balcanic Peninsula in times past; 2) anthropogenic origin. In this work the variations of isozimic frequencies by means of starch gel electrophoresis among Apulian and Greek populations of this gecko were studied. The data suggest a recent origin of the Apulian population due to importation.

Affiliations: 1: Dipartimento di Zoologia, Università di Napoli, Via Mezzocannone, 8, 80134, Naples, Italy


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