Colonization and diversification of Galápagos terrestrial fauna: a phylogenetic and biogeographical synthesis.

@article{Parent2008ColonizationAD,
  title={Colonization and diversification of Gal{\'a}pagos terrestrial fauna: a phylogenetic and biogeographical synthesis.},
  author={Christine E. Parent and Adalgisa Caccone and Kenneth Petren},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={363 1508},
  pages={3347-61}
}
Remote oceanic islands have long been recognized as natural models for the study of evolutionary processes involved in diversification. Their remoteness provides opportunities for isolation and divergence of populations, which make islands remarkable settings for the study of diversification. Groups of islands may share a relatively similar geological history and comparable climate, but their inhabitants experience subtly different environments and have distinct evolutionary histories, offering… CONTINUE READING
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