Impacts of forest fragmentation on the genetic diversity and population structure of Pachycondyla obscurans in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo

Noel Tawatao, Neil E. Harper, , , Jeremy B. Searle & Jane K. Hill
The impact of forest fragmentation on genetic diversity of Pachycondyla obscurans, a predatory forest-specialist ant species, was investigated in six forest locations using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) fingerprinting. There was little difference in genetic diversity between three large forest locations (two locations in continuous forest, plus one 120,000 ha fragment) and three small forest fragments (151–320 ha). Populations from two locations approximately 60 km apart in continuous forest showed little genetic differentiation, but genetic...
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