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Dispersal and population structure in the European Starling


, : Dispersal and population structure in the European Starling. Condor 101(2): 451-454

Banding data and the indirect use of genetic data were used to estimate dispersal and genetic population structure in Sturnus vulgaris in North America. Banding data implied that natal dispersal was quite high, and this was supported by the observed rapid colonization of North America.


Accession: 003408456

DOI: 10.2307/1370014

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