Analyses of historical and current populations of black grouse in Central Europe reveal strong effects of genetic drift and loss of genetic diversity

G. Segelbacher, T.M. Strand, M. Quintela, T. Axelsson, H.A.H. Jansman, H.P. Koelewijn, J. Hoglund

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