Historical biogeography of the family Tristiridae (Orthoptera: Acridomorpha) applying dispersal–vicariance analysis

@inproceedings{Donato2006HistoricalBO,
  title={Historical biogeography of the family Tristiridae (Orthoptera: Acridomorpha) applying dispersal–vicariance analysis},
  author={Mariano Donato},
  year={2006}
}
Distributional history of the South American endemic group Tristiridae was reconstructed applying DIVA. The results suggest that Tristiridae originated within an area currently represented by Puna and Patagonia. Three lineages split thence: one dispersed into Desert, a second one became restricted to Patagonia and a third persisted in the original areas. The latter lineage underwent a vicariant event that split Puna and Patagonia, and dispersed from Puna to Yungas and Central Chile. A… CONTINUE READING

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