Current genetic isolation and fragmentation contrasts with historical connectivity in an alpine lizard (Cyclodomorphus praealtus) threatened by climate change
Tessa Koumoundouros, Joanna Sumner, Nick Clemann, Devi Stuart-Fox
Biological Conservation | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2009
Awarded by Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE)
Awarded by Animal Ethics Committees at DSE
Awarded by University of Melbourne
We thank Jane Melville, Adnan Moussaiii and Georgia Mantziou for advice and expertise. Tissue samples were collected under a permit (number 10003522) granted by the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE), and with approval from Animal Ethics Committees at DSE (approval number 05/008) and the University of Melbourne (approval number 0703442.1). We were funded by the Australian Government's National Heritage Trust, the Australian Research Council and the Peter Rankin Trust Fund for Herpetology. We would like to thank Dave Hunter from the New South Wales Department of Environment and Climate Change for his time and expertise in collecting the samples from NSW.