How to fail at species delimitation.

  title={How to fail at species delimitation.},
  author={Bryan C. Carstens and Tara A Pelletier and Noah M. Reid and Jordan D Satler},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  volume={22 17},
Species delimitation is the act of identifying species-level biological diversity. In recent years, the field has witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of methods available for delimiting species. However, most recent investigations only utilize a handful (i.e. 2-3) of the available methods, often for unstated reasons. Because the parameter space that is potentially relevant to species delimitation far exceeds the parameterization of any existing method, a given method necessarily makes a… CONTINUE READING
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