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Use of multivariate discriminant analysis of male wing morphometrics to delineate a hybrid zone for Papilio glaucus glaucus and P. g. canadensis in Wisconsin



Use of multivariate discriminant analysis of male wing morphometrics to delineate a hybrid zone for Papilio glaucus glaucus and P. g. canadensis in Wisconsin



American Midland Naturalist 1192: 366-379



In order to determine the extent of hybridization between Papilio glaucus glaucus and P. g. canadensis, 18 wing characters were measured or scored for 3 reference groups: P. g. canadensis (from Canada, northern Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan), P. g. glaucus (from southern Ohio and central Illinois) and known laboratory F1 hybrids.

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DOI: 10.2307/2425819


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