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High-Levels of Outcrossing in Populations of Banksia spinulosa R.Br. and Banksia paludosa Smith

SM Carthew, DJ Ayre and RJ Whelan

Australian Journal of Botany 36(2) 217 - 223
Published: 1988


Rates of outcrossing were measured for two species of Banksia at Barren Grounds Nature Reserve, near Robertson, N.S.W. For B. spinulosa in a woodland area, both single-locus and multi-locus estimates of outcrossing approached the levels predicted for panmixia. A single-locus estimate for B. paludosa cohabiting the same site and a nearby heathland site gave similarly high estimates of outcrossing.

Full text doi:10.1071/BT9880217

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