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Journal of Mammalogy
Reintroduced populations face a genetic bottleneck due to the founding event of the reintroduction. Bringing in additional animals from different locations, or at different times, can restore genetic variation to a reintroduced population and offset the founder event. The reintroduced population of martens in Michigan came from 3 different locations in Ontario and occurred over a 24-year period. The high level of genetic variation found in Michigan's reintroduced marten population could be duedoi:10.1644/07-mamm-a-003r.1 fatcat:bfi3oiclkraylowbyrxvmw4f3q