Antitropicality of Pacific Fishes: Molecular Insights

@article{Burridge2004AntitropicalityOP,
  title={Antitropicality of Pacific Fishes: Molecular Insights},
  author={Christopher Paul Burridge},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={65},
  pages={151-164}
}
  • C. Burridge
  • Published 1 October 2002
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
Twenty-one molecular genetic studies of thirteen antitropical Pacific fishes are herein reviewed. High dispersal potentials and Plio-Pleistocene transequatorial divergence are suggested for approximately half of the taxa studied, consistent with movement across the tropics during glacial periods. Divergences within two fish groups were mid-Miocene in age, corresponding to a period suggested for vicariant isolation associated with equatorial warming, but high dispersal potentials complicate the… 
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