- •Validated mitochondrial DNA toolkit for Shingleback lizard trafficking casework.
- •Established Shingleback phylogeographic genetic database.
- •Identified five Shingleback phylogeographic lineages.
- •Identified lineages of Shinglebacks confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade.
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