Biogeography of Old World emballonurine bats (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae) inferred with mitochondrial and nuclear DNA.

@article{Ruedi2012BiogeographyOO,
  title={Biogeography of Old World emballonurine bats (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae) inferred with mitochondrial and nuclear DNA.},
  author={Manuel Ruedi and Nicole Friedli-Weyeneth and Emma C. Teeling and S{\'e}bastien J Puechmaille and Steve Goodman},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={64 1},
  pages={204-11}
}
Extant bats of the genus Emballonura have a trans-Indian Ocean distribution, with two endemic species restricted to Madagascar, and eight species occurring in mainland southeast Asia and islands in the western Pacific Ocean. Ancestral Emballonura may have been more widespread on continental areas, but no fossil identified to this genus is known from the Old World. Emballonura belongs to the subfamily Emballonurinae, which occurs in the New and Old World. Relationships of all Old World genera of… CONTINUE READING
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