Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog

Jehle R, Gasser H, Pfunder M, Amezquita A, Lima AP, Hoedl W (2008)
MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES 8(6): 1326-1328.

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Jehle, Robert; Gasser, H; Pfunder, M; Amezquita, A; Lima, AP; Hoedl, W
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2008
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MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES
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8
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1326-1328
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Jehle R, Gasser H, Pfunder M, Amezquita A, Lima AP, Hoedl W. Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES. 2008;8(6):1326-1328.
Jehle, R., Gasser, H., Pfunder, M., Amezquita, A., Lima, A. P., & Hoedl, W. (2008). Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES, 8(6), 1326-1328. doi:10.1111/j.1755-0998.2008.02304.x
Jehle, R., Gasser, H., Pfunder, M., Amezquita, A., Lima, A. P., and Hoedl, W. (2008). Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES 8, 1326-1328.
Jehle, R., et al., 2008. Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES, 8(6), p 1326-1328.
R. Jehle, et al., “Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog”, MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES, vol. 8, 2008, pp. 1326-1328.
Jehle, R., Gasser, H., Pfunder, M., Amezquita, A., Lima, A.P., Hoedl, W.: Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES. 8, 1326-1328 (2008).
Jehle, Robert, Gasser, H, Pfunder, M, Amezquita, A, Lima, AP, and Hoedl, W. “Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Allobates femoralis, an Amazonian dendrobatoid frog”. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES 8.6 (2008): 1326-1328.

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