Concordant phylogeographies of 2 malaria vectors attest to common spatial and demographic histories.

@article{Pedro2010ConcordantPO,
  title={Concordant phylogeographies of 2 malaria vectors attest to common spatial and demographic histories.},
  author={Pedro Mateo Pedro and Alexandre Uezu and Maria Anice Mureb Sallum},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2010},
  volume={101 5},
  pages={618-27}
}
The phylogeography of South American lineages is a topic of heated debate. Although a single process is unlikely to describe entire ecosystems, related species, which incur similar habitat limitations, can inform the history for a subsection of assemblages. We compared the phylogeographic patterns of the cytochrome oxidase I marker from Anopheles triannulatus (N = 72) and previous results for A. darlingi (N = 126) in a broad portion of their South American distributions. Both species share… CONTINUE READING

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