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Researchers from Australia and the UK search for signs of hybridization, gene flow, and population structure in moth pests from the Helicoverpa genus with whole-genome sequencing and re-sequencing on representatives from half a dozen Helicoverpa species, including the cotton bollworm moth H. armigera that has become invasive in South America. Based on sequences for 76 Helicoverpa moths from H. armigera, H. zea, H. punctigera, H.

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