Conservation implications of cryptic species

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Subject: Conservation implications of cryptic species
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 10:44:44 +1000

'Hidden' species may be surprisingly common
00:01 19 July 2007 news service
Phil McKenna

Cryptic species – animals that appear identical but are genetically quite distinct – may be much more widespread than previously thought. The findings could have major implications in areas ranging from biodiversity estimates and wildlife management, to our understanding of infectious diseases and evolution.

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