Strong population genetic structure and cryptic diversity in the Florida bonneted bat (Eumops floridanus)

James Austin, Jeffery Gore, John Hargrove, Elizabeth Braun De Torrez, Celine Carneiro, Frank Ridgley & Samantha Wisely
Knowledge of genetic structure is essential for the long-term management and conservation of endangered species. We report the results from a genetic examination of the federally endangered Florida bonneted bat (Eumops floridanus) sampled from its range in southern Florida, USA. Bonneted bats are primarily found in four regions separated by approximately 100 to 250 kms, including three western natural areas (BW, PC, and CC) and one urban population on the east coast [Miami-Dade County (MD)]....
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