Geographic Variation among Closely Related, Highly Variable Species with a Wide Distribution Range: The South Andean-Patagonian Nassauvia subgenus Strongyloma (Asteraceae, Nassauvieae)

@inproceedings{Nicola2014GeographicVA,
  title={Geographic Variation among Closely Related, Highly Variable Species with a Wide Distribution Range: The South Andean-Patagonian Nassauvia subgenus Strongyloma (Asteraceae, Nassauvieae)},
  author={M. Nicola and L. Johnson and R. Pozner},
  year={2014}
}
  • M. Nicola, L. Johnson, R. Pozner
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Abstract Morphological variation among the five species of Nassauvia subgenus Strongyloma was assessed through statistical analyses of morphometric traits in populations throughout the southern Andean-Patagonian region. Uni- and multivariate analyses were used to identify patterns of morphological variation in relation to geography. Additionally, species distribution modeling was implemented to relate these patterns to climatic conditions. No well-defined groups could be recovered through… CONTINUE READING
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