Out of Cuba: overwater dispersal and speciation among lizards in the Anolis carolinensis subgroup

@article{Glor2005OutOC,
  title={Out of Cuba: overwater dispersal and speciation among lizards in the Anolis carolinensis subgroup},
  author={R. Glor and J. Losos and A. Larson},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={14}
}
Overwater dispersal and subsequent allopatric speciation contribute importantly to the species diversity of West Indian Anolis lizards and many other island radiations. Here we use molecular phylogenetic analyses to assess the contribution of overwater dispersal to diversification of the Anolis carolinensis subgroup, a clade comprising nine canopy‐dwelling species distributed across the northern Caribbean. Although this clade includes some of the most successful dispersers and colonists in the… Expand
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