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Rebecca C. Jones, Dorothy A. Steane, Martyn Lavery, René E. Vaillancourt and Brad M. Potts Multiple evolutionary processes drive the patterns of genetic differentiation in a forest tree species complex Ecology and Evolution 3

Version of Record online: 26 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.421

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Forest trees frequently form species complexes, complicating taxonomic classification, and gene pool management. Here, we resolve the patterns of genetic variation in the ecologically and economically significant Eucalyptus globulus species complex, and the evolutionary processes that have shaped this variation. We identify a cryptic genetic entity of diverse morphology, and show that geography, rather than morphology, is the best predictor of overall genetic affinities within the complex.

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