Gene lineages and eastern North American palaeodrainage basins: phylogeography and speciation in salamanders of the Eurycea bislineata species complex

@article{Kozak2006GeneLA,
  title={Gene lineages and eastern North American palaeodrainage basins: phylogeography and speciation in salamanders of the Eurycea bislineata species complex},
  author={K. Kozak and R. Blaine and A. Larson},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={15}
}
Contemporary North American drainage basins are composites of formerly isolated drainages, suggesting that fragmentation and fusion of palaeodrainage systems may have been an important factor generating current patterns of genetic and species diversity in stream‐associated organisms. Here, we combine traditional molecular‐phylogenetic, multiple‐regression, nested clade, and molecular‐demographic analyses to investigate the relationship between phylogeographic variation and the hydrogeological… Expand
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