PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE TRUMPETFISHES (AULOSTOMUS): RING SPECIES COMPLEX ON A GLOBAL SCALE

@article{Bowen2001PHYLOGEOGRAPHYOT,
  title={PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE TRUMPETFISHES (AULOSTOMUS): RING SPECIES COMPLEX ON A GLOBAL SCALE},
  author={Brian W. Bowen and Anna L. Bass and Luiz A. Rocha and William Stewart Grant and D Ross Robertson},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2001},
  volume={55}
}
Abstract.— The distribution of circumtropical marine species is limited by continental boundaries, cold temperate conditions, and oceanic expanses, but some of these barriers are permeable over evolutionary time scales. Sister taxa that evolved in separate ocean basins can come back into contact, and the consequences of this renewed sympatry may be a key to understanding evolutionary processes in marine organisms. The circumtropical trumpetfishes (Aulostomus) include a West Atlantic species (A… Expand
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