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G. M. Yazbeck, Brandão, R. L., Cunha, H. M., and Paglia, A. P., Detection of two morphologically cryptic species from the cursor complex (Akodon spp; Rodentia, Cricetidae) through the use of RAPD markers, vol. 10, pp. 2881-2892, 2011.
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