CRYPTIC VICARIANCE IN GULF OF CALIFORNIA FISHES PARALLELS VICARIANT PATTERNS FOUND IN BAJA CALIFORNIA MAMMALS AND REPTILES

@inproceedings{Riginos2005CRYPTICVI,
  title={CRYPTIC VICARIANCE IN GULF OF CALIFORNIA FISHES PARALLELS VICARIANT PATTERNS FOUND IN BAJA CALIFORNIA MAMMALS AND REPTILES},
  author={C. Riginos},
  booktitle={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2005}
}
  • C. Riginos
  • Published in
    Evolution; international…
    2005
  • Biology, Medicine
Abstract Comparisons across multiple taxa can often clarify the histories of biogeographic regions. In particular, historic barriers to movement should have affected multiple species and, thus, result in a pattern of concordant intraspecific genetic divisions among species. A striking example of such comparative phylogeography is the recent observation that populations of many small mammals and reptiles living on the Baja California peninsula have a large genetic break between northern and… Expand
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