Australasian sky islands act as a diversity pump facilitating peripheral speciation and complex reversal from narrow endemic to widespread ecological supertramp

@article{Toussaint2013AustralasianSI,
  title={Australasian sky islands act as a diversity pump facilitating peripheral speciation and complex reversal from narrow endemic to widespread ecological supertramp},
  author={Emmanuel F A Toussaint and K. Sagata and Suriani Surbakti and L. Hendrich and M. Balke},
  journal={Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={1031 - 1049}
}
The Australasian archipelago is biologically extremely diverse as a result of a highly puzzling geological and biological evolution. Unveiling the underlying mechanisms has never been more attainable as molecular phylogenetic and geological methods improve, and has become a research priority considering increasing human-mediated loss of biodiversity. However, studies of finer scaled evolutionary patterns remain rare particularly for megadiverse Melanesian biota. While oceanic islands have… Expand
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