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Florida Museum's McGuire Center Seminar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Richard Worth
01:29:53
Sean, Good to "meet" a fellow Spartan! I also worked in San Mateo Co. for the Ag Dept. there after graduating UF before moving to Oregon. Interesting about the bottlenecking at certain time periods. The late 1800s trade routes between Hawaii and Australia is likely also the cause of light brown apple moth going the other direction; native to Australia and introduced to New Zealand and then Hawaii in 1896. Yet the California invasion pop. from 2007 is not from Hawaii based on deep vs shallow genetic diversity, similar to what you were showing for P. rapae. Very interesting talk, thanks!