One Species, Three Pleistocene Evolutionary Histories: Phylogeography of the Italian Crested Newt, Triturus carnifex

@inproceedings{Canestrelli2012OneST,
  title={One Species, Three Pleistocene Evolutionary Histories: Phylogeography of the Italian Crested Newt, Triturus carnifex},
  author={Daniele Canestrelli and Daniele Salvi and Michela Maura and Marco Alberto Bologna and Giuseppe Nascetti},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Phylogeographic patterns of temperate species from the Mediterranean peninsulas have been investigated intensively. Nevertheless, as more phylogeographies become available, either unique patterns or new lines of concordance continue to emerge, providing new insights on the evolution of regional biotas. Here, we investigated the phylogeography and evolutionary history of the Italian crested newt, Triturus carnifex, through phylogenetic, molecular dating and population structure analyses of two… CONTINUE READING
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