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Comparisons of host mitochondrial, nuclear and endosymbiont bacterial genes reveal cryptic fig wasp species and the effects of Wolbachia on host mtDNA evolution and diversity

By Xiao-Jing Sun, Jin-Hua Xiao, James M Cook, Gui Feng and Da-Wei Huang
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