Competitive exclusion: phylogeography's 'elephant in the room'?

  title={Competitive exclusion: phylogeography's 'elephant in the room'?},
  author={Jonathan M Waters},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  volume={20 21},
Phylogeographic and evolutionary research programmes have successfully elucidated compelling genetic signatures of earth history. Particularly influential achievements include the demonstration of postglacial recolonization patterns for high-latitude taxa and phylogenetic demonstration of the 'progression rule' along oceanic island chains such as Hawaii. While both of these major biogeographic patterns clearly rely on rapid dispersal over long distances, their phylogeographic detection also… CONTINUE READING
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