Finding fault with vicariance: a critique of Heads (1998).

@article{Wallis2001FindingFW,
  title={Finding fault with vicariance: a critique of Heads (1998).},
  author={Graham P Wallis and Steve A Trewick},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={602-9}
}
The renaissance of plate tectonics (Wegener, 1915), the growth of Hennigian systematics (Hennig, 1950), the development of molecular dating methods (Zuckerkandl and Pauling, 1962; Hillis et al., 1996) and the emergence of phylogeography (Avise et al., 1987) have placed biogeographic data at center stage of evolutionary debate (Avise, 2000). In cases where geological history is well-understood, biogeographic scenarios can be erected, based on molecular data (Thorpe et al., 1994; Lessios et al… CONTINUE READING

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