Lusitania revisited: a phylogeographic analysis of the natterjack toad Bufo calamita across its entire biogeographical range.

@article{Rowe2006LusitaniaRA,
  title={Lusitania revisited: a phylogeographic analysis of the natterjack toad Bufo calamita across its entire biogeographical range.},
  author={Graham Rowe and David J Harris and Trevor J. C. Beebee},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={335-46}
}
Attempts to understand the current distributions of plants and animals require both historical and ecological information. Phylogeography has proved highly effective in elucidating historical events such as postglacial colonisations in north temperate zones. However, interesting questions still await resolution. Lusitanian distributions of fauna and flora in western Europe, for example, have puzzled biogeographers for more than 150 years. Lusitanian species have highly disjunct distributions in… CONTINUE READING
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