Tracing the Temporal and Spatial Origins of Island Endemics in the Mediterranean Region: A Case Study from the Citrus Family ( Ruta L., Rutaceae)
Understanding the origin of island endemics is a central task of historical biogeography. Recent methodological advances provide a rigorous framework to determine the relative contribution of different biogeographic processes (e.g., vicariance, land migration, long-distance dispersal) to the origin of island endemics. With its complex but well-known history of microplate movements and climatic oscillations, the Mediterranean region (including the Mediterranean basin and Macaronesia) provides...[Show more]
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