Mitochondrial paraphyly in a polymorphic poison frog species (Dendrobatidae; D. pumilio)

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Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45: 740 (2007)
 S Hagemann   H Prohl 

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Taxon/gene matrix

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Sequence features (such as genes) in this study

 16S ribosomal RNA   cytb   cytochrome b   COI   cytochrome oxidase subunit I   cytochrome oxidase I 


Taxa sequenced in thius study

 Oophaga pumilio   Oophaga arborea   Oophaga speciosa   Oophaga histrionica   Oophaga granulifera 

Sequences 72

Sequences cited by this article.

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  3. Biogeography of the tungara frog, Physalaemus pustulosus: a molecular perspective