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We used phylogenetic and phylogeographical methods to infer relationships among African ground squirrels of the genus Xerus . Using Bayesian, maximum-parsimony, nested clade and coalescent analyses of cytochrome b sequences, we inferred interspecific relationships, evaluated the specific distinctness of Cape ( Xerus inauris ) and mountain ( Xerus princeps ) ground squirrels, and tested hypotheses for historical patterns of gene flow within X. inauris. The inferred phylogeny supports thedoi:10.1111/j.1365-294x.2005.02630.x pmid:16029477 fatcat:6hydxoirsrh4hp4dzwkg4lmtki