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Little hope for the polyploid endemic Pyrenean Larkspur (Delphinium montanum): Evidences from population genomics and Ecological Niche Modeling

Abstract : Species endemic to restricted geographical ranges represent a particular conservation issue, be it for their heritage interest. In a context of global change, this is particularly the case for plants which belong to high-mountain ecosystems and, because of their ecological requirements, are doomed to survive or disappear on their "sky islands". The Pyrenean Larkspur (Delphinium montanum, Ranunculaceae) is endemic
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Pascaline Salvado, Pere Aymerich Boixader, Josep Parera, Albert Vila Bonfill, Maria Martin, et al.. Little hope for the polyploid endemic Pyrenean Larkspur (Delphinium montanum): Evidences from population genomics and Ecological Niche Modeling. Ecology and Evolution, Wiley Open Access, 2022, 12 (3), ⟨10.1002/ece3.8711⟩. ⟨hal-03631714⟩

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