Isolated with persistence or dynamically connected? Genetic patterns in a common granite outcrop endemic

@inproceedings{Tapper2014IsolatedWP,
  title={Isolated with persistence or dynamically connected? Genetic patterns in a common granite outcrop endemic},
  author={Sarah‐Louise Tapper and Margaret Byrne and Colin J Yates and Gunnar Keppel and Stephen D. Hopper and Kimberly van Niel and A tekenwerk Schut and Ladislav Mucina and Grant Wardell-Johnson},
  year={2014}
}
Aim Granite outcrops are prominent throughout the world and harbour many endemic species. Their topographic complexity and range of environments have led to the hypothesis that they act as refugia facilitating the persistence of species through climate change. We evaluate this hypothesis by investigating the phylogeographic patterns in a common granite endemic shrub. Location Granite outcrops of the Southwest Australian Floristic Region. Methods Chloroplast haplotypes of 89 Kunzea pulchella… CONTINUE READING

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