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It's not too Late for the Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja): High Levels Of Genetic Diversity and Differentiation Can Fuel Conservation Programs

Figure 1

Harpy eagle geographic distribution (A) and haplotype network (B).

Median-joining network (B) depicting relationships among control region haplotypes from harpy eagles sampled in South America (black), Central America (hatched) and three individuals of unknown origin (grey). Circle size is proportional to the number of individuals with that haplotype. Small gray circles at nodes and dash marks along branches indicate nucleotide substitutions required to connect sampled haplotypes.

Figure 1