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RE: Anyone here familiar with...........

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Posted by: aspidoscelis at Thu Jun 29 17:50:23 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by aspidoscelis ]  
   

What's the Judd & Krysko report? I'm not familiar with that, though I have seen Krysko's dissertation. His analyses aren't that great (the basic question is: do these things form groups?--but he never uses a statistic designed to test that question!), but it sounds like L.g. meansii represents recognizable geographic variation accompanied by some amount of genetic differentiation... since that's about as much as you can ask of a subspecies, seems like a good enough subspecies to me.


   

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