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However, a 2006 study by Carlos Ibáñez and colleagues found that M....

wikipedia - 27 Jul 2015
However, a 2006 study by Carlos Ibáñez and colleagues found that M. nattereri in fact included several cryptic species with highly distinguished DNA sequences characteristics, even though morphological differences were small or nonexistent. One, which they recorded in the southern Iberian Peninsula, was identified as M. escalerai. Populations in the mountains of northern Spain represent another species ("Myotis sp. A"), which is now also known from the Alps. A 2009 study using data from the m

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