Multiple connections between Amazonia and Atlantic Forest shaped the phylogenetic and morphological diversity of Chiasmocleis Mehely, 1904 (Anura: Microhylidae: Gastrophryninae).

@article{S2019MultipleCB,
  title={Multiple connections between Amazonia and Atlantic Forest shaped the phylogenetic and morphological diversity of Chiasmocleis Mehely, 1904 (Anura: Microhylidae: Gastrophryninae).},
  author={Rafael Omar De S{\'a} and Jo{\~a}o Filipe Riva Tonini and Hannah van Huss and Alex R. Long and Travis Cuddy and Mauricio da Cruz Forlani and Pedro Lu{\'i}s Vieira Peloso and Hussam Zaher and C{\'e}lio F. B. Haddad},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2019},
  volume={130},
  pages={
          198-210
        }
}
Chiasmocleis is the most species-rich genus of Neotropical microhylids. Herein, we provide the first comprehensive multilocus phylogeny for the genus, including all but 3 of the 34 recognized species and multiple individuals per species. We discuss cryptic speciation, species discovery, patterns of morphological evolution, and provide a historical biogeographic analysis to account for the current distribution of the genus. Diversification of Chiasmocleis from other New World microhylids began… CONTINUE READING

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