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Microsatellite markers, also known as single sequence repeats (SSRs), are highly polymorphic, fast evolving, and regarded as neutral markers. Due to these traits, they have been widely used in population studies. The development of SSRs for a given species opens possibilities for their application in population studies of other species that are phylogenetically related. We tested 16 primer pairs developed for Drosophila sturtevanti and the transferability test of them in 14 species of thedoi:10.4238/gmr18700 fatcat:776ow56gvbhyxnnbcevmylewru