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Phylogeographic lineages and species comparisons in conservation analyses: a case study of california herpetofauna

The American Naturalist

May 4, 2006

Leslie J RisslerDavid B Wake

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Many phylogeographic studies have revealed strongly diverged lineages within species that are masked by a lack of congruent morphological differentiation. To assess the extent to which the genetic component of diversity affects conservation assessments, we compared spatial patterns of e...read more

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Amphibians
Phylogeny
Cell Differentiation Process
Human Geography
Encephalitis, California
Climate
Reptiles
Population Spatial Distribution
Desertification
Variation (Genetics)
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Phylogeographic lineages and species comparisons in conservation analyses: a case study of california herpetofauna

The American Naturalist

May 4, 2006

Leslie J RisslerDavid B Wake

PMID: 16671010

DOI: 10.1086/503332

Abstract

Many phylogeographic studies have revealed strongly diverged lineages within species that are masked by a lack of congruent morphological differentiation. To assess the extent to which the genetic component of diversity affects conservation assessments, we compared spatial patterns of e...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Amphibians
Phylogeny
Cell Differentiation Process
Human Geography
Encephalitis, California
Climate
Reptiles
Population Spatial Distribution
Desertification
Variation (Genetics)
388
1

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