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Daniela Mizerovska, Violaine Nicolas, Terrence C. Demos, Dudu Akaibe, Marc Colyn, Christiane Denys, Prince K. Kaleme, Pionus Katuala, Jan Kennis, Julian C. Kerbis Peterhans, Anne Laudisoit, Alain D. Missoup, Radim Sumbera, Erik Verheyen and Josef Bryja (2019)

Genetic variation of the most abundant forest‐dwelling rodents in Central Africa (Praomys jacksoni complex): Evidence for Pleistocene refugia in both montane and lowland forests

Journal of Biogeography, 46(7):1466-1478.

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