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    Beamer, David A.; Lamb, Trip;
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    <i> Desmognathus conanti</i> complex<p><i> Desmognathus conanti</i> was originally described as a subspecies of<i> D. fuscus</i> ( Rossman 1958), an arrangement followed until Titus &amp; Larson (1996) demonstrated that the two taxa are not closely related. Although Bon...

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    <i> auriculatus</i> A<p> Dusky salamander populations throughout the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains have been referred to<i> Desmognathus auriculatus</i> ( Means 1974; Petranka 1998), but Beamer and Lamb (2008) demonstrated that many coastal plain populations are in f...

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    Beamer, David A.; Lamb, Trip;
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    <i> Desmognathus quadramaculatus</i> complex<p> The evolutionary histories of<i> Desmognathus quadramaculatus</i>,<i> D. marmoratus</i> and<i> D. folkertsi</i> are closely intertwined, and because the specific status of many populations of<i> D. quadramaculatus</i> and<...

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    Beamer, David A.; Lamb, Trip;
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    <i> quadramaculatus</i> /<i> marmoratus</i> C<p> Pope (1928) described a population of<i> Desmognathus marmoratus</i> from the Pigeon River drainage near Waynesville, North Carolina, as the subspecies<i> D. m. intermedia</i>, which was subsequently elevated to full spec...

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    39.<i> fuscus</i> D<p> We sampled 15 populations of this clade, which is highly differentiated from<i> fuscus</i> B ( Fig. 23A). The<i> fuscus</i> D clade was recognized by Kozak<i> et al.</i> (2005b) in their maximum lineage partitioning analyses, but they apparently c...

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    Beamer, David A.; Lamb, Trip;
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    42.<i> orestes</i> A<p> We use the name<i> orestes</i> A to refer to a clade comprising four populations that have yet to be subject to any molecular phylogenetic survey. However, they are here considered to represent<i> D. orestes</i> given their proximity to other pop...

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    23.<i> Desmognathus carolinensis</i><p> A genealogically exclusive<i> Desmognathus carolinensis</i> Dunn was not recovered in either phylogenetic analysis. The ten populations of<i> D. carolinensis</i> sampled in the survey formed a clade with 39 populations of<i> D. fu...

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    13.<i> ocoee</i> B<p> Kozak<i> et al.</i> (2005b) designated a single population of<i> Desmognathus ocoee</i> from Pisgah Ridge in North Carolina as the<i> ocoee</i> B clade. This clade is represented by two populations of<i> Desmognathus ocoee</i> in our analysis ( Fig...

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    16.<i> ocoee</i> F<p> Kozak<i> et al.</i> (2005) designated a single population of<i> Desmognathus ocoee</i> from Graham County, North Carolina, as the<i> ocoee</i> F clade. It is represented here by two populations of<i> Desmognathus ocoee.</i> All phylogenetic reconst...

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    11.<i> Desmognathus folkertsi</i><p> Three populations of<i> Desmognathus folkertsi</i> were recovered as a genealogical exclusive group ( Fig. 8), one of which is within 19.8 airline km of the type locality (pop. 116).</p><p><b> Distribution.</b> These three population...

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