Phylogeography recapitulates topography: very fine-scale local endemism of a saproxylic giant springtail at Tallaganda in the Great Dividing Range of south-east Australia
Comparative phylogeography can reveal processes and historical events that shape the biodiversity of species and communities. As part of a comparative research program, the phylogeography of a new, endemic Australian genus and species of log-dependent (saproxylic) collembola was investigated using mitochondrial sequences, allozymes and anonymous single-copy nuclear markers. We found the genetic structure of the species corresponds with five a priori microbiogeographical regions, with population...[Show more]
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