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Moving far, staying close : red fox dispersal patterns revealed by SNP genotyping

Moving far, staying close : red fox dispersal patterns revealed by SNP genotyping

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WALTON, Zea, Mari HAGENLUND, Kjartan ØSTBYE, Gustaf SAMELIUS, Morten ODDEN, Anita NORMAN, Tomas WILLEBRAND, Göran SPONG, 2021. Moving far, staying close : red fox dispersal patterns revealed by SNP genotyping. In: Conservation Genetics. Springer. 22(2), pp. 249-257. ISSN 1566-0621. eISSN 1572-9737. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10592-021-01332-7

@article{Walton2021-04Movin-56089, title={Moving far, staying close : red fox dispersal patterns revealed by SNP genotyping}, year={2021}, doi={10.1007/s10592-021-01332-7}, number={2}, volume={22}, issn={1566-0621}, journal={Conservation Genetics}, pages={249--257}, author={Walton, Zea and Hagenlund, Mari and Østbye, Kjartan and Samelius, Gustaf and Odden, Morten and Norman, Anita and Willebrand, Tomas and Spong, Göran} }

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