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Genetic structure and gene flow in the Flame Robin (Petroica phoenicea)
Robins in the family Petroicidae are characteristic of the woodland bird community that is threatened in Australia as a result of habitat loss and fragmentation. Flame Robin (Petroica phoenicea) populations declined by 56% between 1980 and 2000, with habitat loss likely being the primary cause. Given that Flame Robins primarily breed at high elevation, populations may become more isolated due to anthropogenic change, resulting in increased inbreeding and loss of genetic diversity that maydoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.15110878.v1 fatcat:fbrrvrsworeyjeypf4eyvosowa