NEW DATA ON DISTRIBUTION OF BASIC PHYLOGENETIC LINES OF THE KOREAN FIELD MICE APODEMUS PENINSULAE IN THE EAST OF RUSSIA DOI 10.31433/2618-9593-2020-23-3-10-20

I.N. Sheremetyeva, V.D. Tsukanova, D.M. Timofeeva, V.Yu. Guskov, I.V. Kartavtseva

Аннотация


On basis of the variability data of the cytochrome b sites (992 bp), the authors analyzed a distribution of the
Apodemus peninsulae phylogenetic lines in the Russian Far East and Transbaikal unexplored regions. Where studied 42
individuals from 9 localities. All species of the Apodemus peninsulae from the considered localities were assigned to the 2
phylogenetic lines of «Korea» and «Amur». It was shown that the «Korea» haplotype species are common in the southern
Altai and eastern Transbaikalia, and that they inhabit the northern regions of Transbaikalia (Taksimo vicinity) as well. An
assumption was made that the «Amur» group formation took place in the middle and / or lower Amur area.


Ключевые слова


Korean fi eld mouse; Apodemus peninsulae; cytochrome b (cyt b); mitochondrial DNA; phylogenetic lines

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