Remarkably different phylogeographic structure in two closely related lizard species in a zone of sympatry in south-eastern Australia
Phylogeographic structure is a product of a species' life history and dispersal patterns, geographic history, climatic history and chance. Comparative phylogeography, using carefully chosen model species, can highlight the relative contribution of each of these factors and identify common processes affecting communities. In this study we compare and contrast fine-scale phylogeographic patterns in two ground-dwelling species of water skink, Eulamprus heatwolei and Eulamprus tympanum, from the...[Show more]
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