New approaches to cataloguing and understanding evolutionary diversity: a perspective from Australian herpetology
Species are a fundamental unit for all fields of biology but conceptual and practical limitations have hampered the process of identifying and describing species in many organismal groups. One outcome of these challenges is the accumulation of genetically divergent lineages and morphologically distinctive populations that are ‘known’, but remain of uncertain taxonomic status and evolutionary significance. These lineages are also currently not effectively incorporated into evolutionary studies...[Show more]
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