Morphological evolution in Australian frogs
The study of morphological diversity and the processes that have driven it is a topic of uppermost importance in evolutionary biology. Frogs and toads offer a study group that is remarkably diverse in body shape and ecology, particularly in Australia, where biome diversity and isolation have provided excellent opportunities for comparative analyses of broad-scale macroevolutionary patterns. My PhD thesis focuses on morphological evolution in Australian ...[Show more]
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