Genetic variation coincides with geographic structure in the common bush-tanager (Chlorospingus ophthalmicus) complex from Mexico.
Genetic differentiation of the Chlorospingus ophthalmicus complex in Mexico and Central America
- E. Bonaccorso, Adolfo G. Navarro‐Sigüenza, L. A. Sánchez-González, A. Peterson, J. García‐Moreno
- 1 May 2008
Genetic variation in the common bush-tanager Chlorospingus ophthalmicus complex in Mesoamerica was studied, resulting in a detailed framework of genetic differentiation in the northern half of the distribution of the complex.
Speciation in an avian complex endemic to the mountains of Middle America (Ergaticus, Aves: Parulidae).
Distributional patterns of the Neotropical humid montane forest avifaunas
Area relationships suggest a mixed history of dispersal and vicariant events, with the latter being the most important for explaining the biogeographical patterns found.
Taxonomy of Chlorospingus ophthalmicus in Mexico and northern Central America
Concerted Pleistocene dispersal and genetic differentiation in passerine birds from the Tres Marías Archipelago, Mexico
- Marco F. Ortiz-Ramírez, L. A. Sánchez-González, Gabriela Castellanos-Morales, J. Ornelas, Adolfo G. Navarro‐Sigüenza
- BiologyThe AUK: A Quarterly Journal of Ornithology
- 30 May 2018
The most supported scenario of colonization of the Tres Marías Archipelago suggests that a single event occurred ∼120 kya when the islands emerged, which is highly concordant with geological evidence, and simultaneously affected the 4 species.
CLIMATE‐DRIVEN DIVERSIFICATION AND PLEISTOCENE REFUGIA IN PHILIPPINE BIRDS: EVIDENCE FROM PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL NICHE MODELING
- Peter A. Hosner, L. A. Sánchez-González, A. Peterson, R. Moyle
- Environmental Science, GeographyEvolution; international journal of organic…
- 1 September 2014
Ecological niche models for seven bird species identified a common paleoclimate barrier that coincided with deep genetic structure among populations, resulting in long‐term isolation and genetic differentiation in the Philippines.
Molecular systematics and species limits in the Philippine fantails (Aves: Rhipidura).
Birding for and with People: Integrating Local Participation in Avian Monitoring Programs within High Biodiversity Areas in
Biological monitoring is a powerful tool for understanding ecological patterns and processes, implementing sound management practices, and determining wildlife conservation strategies. In Mexico,…
Bird Tissues from Museum Collections Are Reliable for Assessing Avian Haemosporidian Diversity.
Existing museum genetic resources collections are valuable data sources for the study of haemosporidians for several reasons, including the fact that ornithological museum collections around the world house tens of thousands of vouchered tissue samples collected from remote regions of the world.