Genetic differentiation and demographic trajectory of the insular Formosan and Orii’s flying foxes

Kung-Ping Lin, Shu-Miaw Chaw, Yun-Hwa Lo, Teruo Kinjo, Chien-Yi Tung, Hsi-Chi Cheng, Quintin Liu, Yoko Satta, Masako Izawa, Shiang-Fan Chen & Wen-Ya Ko
Insular flying foxes are keystone species in island ecosystems due to their critical roles in plant pollination and seed dispersal. These species are vulnerable to population decline because of their small populations and low reproductive rates. The Formosan flying fox (Pteropus dasymallus formosus) is one of the five subspecies of the Ryukyu flying fox. P. d. formosus has suffered from a severe decline and is currently recognized as a critically endangered population in Taiwan. On...
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