Big data for a large clade: Bioregionalization and ancestral range estimation in the daisy family (Asteraceae)
Aim In recent years biogeography has been transformed by the increased availability of large‐scale distributional data, phylogenies, and novel quantitative analysis methods and models. More case studies, however, are needed to test the performance of various approaches, in particular at global scales and in species‐rich groups. In this study, we inferred bioregionalization and estimated ancestral areas for the largest plant family, the Asteraceae. Location Global. Methods We used the...[Show more]
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