Modes of peripheral isolate formation and speciation

@article{Frey1993ModesOP,
  title={Modes of peripheral isolate formation and speciation},
  author={Jennifer K. Frey},
  journal={Systematic Biology},
  year={1993},
  volume={42},
  pages={373-381}
}
  • J. K. Frey
  • Published 1 September 1993
  • Biology
  • Systematic Biology
Peripheral isolates are relatively small isolated or semiisolated populations dis? tributed around the periphery of a large central portion of a species' range. Range maps typically show the distribution of a species to be continuous (Udvardy, 1969; Hengeveld, 1990). However, close exami? nation of the distribution of a species or monophyletic group will likely reveal pe? ripheral isolates (Mayr, 1963). Peripheral isolates have been regarded as important units of evolutionary divergence (e.g… 
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