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Jillian M. Henss, Jackson R. Moeller, Terra J. Theim and Thomas J. Givnish Spatial scales of genetic structure and gene flow in Calochortus albus (Liliaceae) Ecology and Evolution 3

Version of Record online: 15 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.566

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Studies of spatial genetic structure in populations of Calochortus albus in northern California confirm that gene flow in this species occurs only at mean distances less than 50 m. This accords with a hypothesis to account for extensive speciation, narrow endemism, geographic cohesion of clades, and convergent patterns of adaptive radiation in the genus based on limited seed dispersal.

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