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Electrophoretic resolution of species boundaries in Australian Microchiroptera: 2. The Pipistrellus group (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)



Electrophoretic resolution of species boundaries in Australian Microchiroptera: 2. The Pipistrellus group (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)



Australian Journal of Biological Sciences, 402: 163-170



Forty-four specimens of the Pipistrellus complex from Australia were analysed for 36 allozyme loci. The data show that four species were represented in the material, two of which are sympatric in the north, and two of which are allopatric in the south. The data are consistent with separate generic status for the two southern species.

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