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Genetic differentiation between ecological two types of the Japanese firefly, Hotaria parvula: an electrophoretic analysis of allozymes



Genetic differentiation between ecological two types of the Japanese firefly, Hotaria parvula: an electrophoretic analysis of allozymes



Zoological Science (Tokyo). August; 104: 697-703



The Japanese firefly H. parvula is separated into 2 types on the basis of body size (large and small type), flash interval of the mate-seeking male, and geographical distribution pattern. The degree of genetic differentiation between the 2 types and between H. parvula and the congeneric species H. tsushimana was examined in 11 populations by allozyme analysis of 13 enzymes.

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