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House mouse colonization patterns on the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Archipelago suggest singular primary invasions and resilience against re-invasion

By Emilie A Hardouin, Jean-Louis Chapuis, Mark I Stevens, Jansen Bettine van Vuuren, Petra Quillfeldt, Rick J Scavetta, Meike Teschke and Diethard Tautz
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