regurgitation and species concepts

Subject: regurgitation and species concepts
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 12:44:32 +1000
John Leonard wrote:

> And does anybody know of a comprehensible definition of
> the PSC? We talk loosely about the ‘genetic distance’
> between populations, but how is this defined?

This little review of the subject by Doug Futuyma (who some 
will know from when he was birding here a couple of years 
ago) is a reasonable one - not overly academic.  From our 
very own Birding-Aus archive ...

Lawrie Conole
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