Killer Whale Genomes Reveal a Complex History of Recurrent Admixture and Vicariance

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Foote, A.D., M.D. Martin, M. Louis, G. Pacheco, K.M. Robertson, M.S. Sinding, A.R. Amaral, R.W. Baird, C.S. Baker, L. Ballance, J. Barlow, A. Brownlow, T. Collins, R. Constantine, W. Dabin, L. Dalla Rosa, N.J. Davison, J.W. Durban, R. Esteban, S.H. Ferguson, T. Gerrodette, C. Guinet, M.B. Hanson, W. Hoggard, C.J.D. Matthews, F.I.P. Samarra, R. de Stephanis, S.B. Tavares, P. Tixier, J.A. Totterdell, P. Wade, L. Excoffier, M.T.P Gilbert, J.B.W. Wolf, and P.A. Morin. 2019. Killer Whale Genomes Reveal a Complex History of Recurrent Admixture and Vicariance. Molecular Ecology 28(14):3427-3444 doi.org/10.1111/mec.15099

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