Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping?

Krüger O, Kolß M (2013)
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(11): 2447-2457.

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2013
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Journal of Evolutionary Biology
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11
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2447-2457
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Krüger O, Kolß M. Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping? Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 2013;26(11):2447-2457.
Krüger, O., & Kolß, M. (2013). Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26(11), 2447-2457. doi:10.1111/jeb.12238
Krüger, O., and Kolß, M. (2013). Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26, 2447-2457.
Krüger, O., & Kolß, M., 2013. Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26(11), p 2447-2457.
O. Krüger and M. Kolß, “Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping?”, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 26, 2013, pp. 2447-2457.
Krüger, O., Kolß, M.: Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping? Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 26, 2447-2457 (2013).
Krüger, Oliver, and Kolß, Munjong. “Modelling the evolution of common cuckoo host-races: speciation or genetic swamping?”. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26.11 (2013): 2447-2457.

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