Climatic fluctuations shape the phylogeography of a mesic direct-developing frog from the south-western Australian biodiversity hotspot
Aim: To assess phylogeographic pattern throughout the range of Metacrinia nichollsi in order to develop specific biogeographical hypotheses for the wet forests of south-western Australia. This was carried out by contrasting a direct-developing frog species, M. nichollsi, that breeds independently of free surface water with conventional, aquatic breeders and highly specialized direct developers. Location: Wet forests of the south-western Australian biodiversity hotspot - an area of high species...[Show more]
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