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Journal of Heredity
Jepsonia malvifolia is a long-lived perennial herb endemic to the Channel Islands of southern California and Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Twelve populations of J. malvifolia on San Clemente Island were surveyed for their genotype at 21 allozyme loci, revealing high levels of genetic polymorphism. For all individuals across San Clemente Island, 95.2% of loci are polymorphic with A p ؍ 2.90 and H e ؍ 0.179. Populations averaged 60.2% polymorphic loci with A p ؍ 2.42 and H e ؍ 0.158. Mostdoi:10.1093/jhered/92.5.427 pmid:11773251 fatcat:wqmlgsepqbarxhhanpkxrmxxie