New Zealand phylogeography: evolution on a small continent

@article{Wallis2009NewZP,
  title={New Zealand phylogeography: evolution on a small continent},
  author={G. Wallis and S. Trewick},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={18}
}
New Zealand has long been a conundrum to biogeographers, possessing as it does geophysical and biotic features characteristic of both an island and a continent. This schism is reflected in provocative debate among dispersalist, vicariance biogeographic and panbiogeographic schools. A strong history in biogeography has spawned many hypotheses, which have begun to be addressed by a flood of molecular analyses. The time is now ripe to synthesize these findings on a background of geological and… Expand
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