Directional asymmetry of long-distance dispersal and colonization could mislead reconstructions of biogeography
Aim: Phylogenies are increasingly being used to attempt to answer biogeographical questions. However, a reliance on tree topology alone has emerged without consideration of earth processes or the biology of the organisms in question. Most ancestral-state
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