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E. Gaublomme, K. Maebe, K. Van Doninck, H. Dhuyvetter, X. Li, K. Desender and F Hendrickx (2013)

Loss of genetic diversity and increased genetic structuring in response to forest area reduction in a ground dwelling insect: a case study of the flightless carabid beetle Carabus problematicus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Insect Conservation and Diversity, 6(4):473-482 .

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fragmentation, genetics, ┬Ásats, population
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