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Journal of Heredity  
Volume 110 Issue 5
July 2019
Persistence of a Geographically-Stable Hybrid Zone in Puerto Rican Dwarf Geckos 
Brendan J Pinto; James Titus-McQuillan; Juan D Daza; Tony Gamble
Cryptic Lineages and a Population Dammed to Incipient Extinction? Insights into the Genetic Structure of a Mekong River Catfish 
Amanda S Ackiss; Binh T Dang; Christopher E Bird ; Ellen E Biesack; Phen Chheng ...
Historical Population Size Change and Differentiation of Relict Populations of the Endangered Giant Kangaroo Rat 
Mark J Statham; William T Bean; Nathan Alexander; Michael F Westphal ; Benjamin N Sacks
Noninvasive Sampling Reveals Short-Term Genetic Rescue in an Insular Red Fox Population 
Cate B Quinn; Preston B Alden; Benjamin N Sacks
Genomic Approaches Identify Novel Gene Associations with Out of Season Lambing in Sheep 
Christian J Posbergh; Michael L Thonney; Heather J Huson
Sporadic Genetic Connectivity among Small Insular Populations of the Rare Geoendemic Plant Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae (Santa Barbara Jewelflower) 
A Millie Burrell; Jeffrey H R Goddard; Paul J Greer ; Ryan J Williams; Alan E Pepper
Discordant Patterns of Introgression Suggest Historical Gene Flow into Thai Weedy Rice from Domesticated and Wild Relatives 
Marshall J Wedger; Tonapha Pusadee; Anupong Wongtamee ; Kenneth M Olsen
Genetic Control of Facultative Parthenocarpy in Nicotiana tabacum L. 
Abigail Dexter-Boone; Matt Humphry; Rui Shi; Ramsey S Lewis
Conservation of the Threatened Species, Pulsatilla vulgaris Mill. (Pasqueflower), is Aided by Reproductive System and Polyploidy 
Roberta Gargiulo; Gemma Worswick; Corinne Arnold ; Lindsay J Pike; Robyn S Cowan ...
Holocene Population Decline and Conservation Implication for the Western Hercules Beetle, Dynastes grantii (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) 
Jen-Pan Huang
Corrigendum to: Captive ancestry upwardly biases estimates of relative reproductive success 
Corrigendum to: The Expectations and Challenges of Wildlife Disease Research in the Era of Genomics: Forecasting with a Horizon Scan-like Exercise 
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