We know everything about tammars don't we? Intraspecific differentiation of tammar wallaby populations in South and Western Australia

Date & time

7 June 2012

Location

Gould Seminar Room (Room 235) Gould building, 116 Daley Road, ANU

Description

Mark Eldridge, Senior Research Scientist, Terrestrial Vertebrates, Australian Museum

Thursday 7 June 2012 1pm

The tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) is one of the most intensively studied of all marsupials and was the first Australasian marsupial species to have its genome sequenced. However, comparatively little is known about the amount of genetic differentiation amongst the morphologically distinct allopatric populations of tammars found in Western (WA) and South Australia (SA).

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