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Evidence for Speciation With Gene Flow: An Examination of the Evolutionary Genetics of Blue-Footed and Peruvian Boobies
Successful preservation of Earth’s biodiversity requires an understanding of the processes that generate new species. The generation of species without gene exchange is considered predominant; however, a growing body of ...
Biogeography and Diversification of the Andean Seedsnipes (Thinocoridae): An Antarctic Avian Lineage?
South America and the Andes harbour a rich biodiversity. High levels of in-situ speciation, survival of relict lineages into modern times, and mixing of biotas (Gondwanian and North American), have been demonstrated to ...