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Genetic differentiation among Iberian populations of the Alpine newt, Triturus alpestris

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Allozyme and C-banding studies on Triturus alpestris cyreni from north and central Spain and of T. a. alpestris from west and central Europe show a distinct differentiation between the taxa. Within the Iberian subspecies a marked genetic differentiation is detected among those populations that are geographically isolated, with the exception of that from central Spain. One of the populations from northern Spain stands out as distinct on account of both cytogenetic and allozyme analyses.

Affiliations: 1: Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, José Gutiérrez Abascal 2, 28006 Madrid, Spain; 2: Institute of Taxonomic Zoology, University of Amsterdam Mauritskade 51, P.O. Box 4766, 1009 AT Amsterdam, The Netherlands


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