Phylogenetic structure of vertebrate communities across the Australian arid zone

@inproceedings{Lanier2013PhylogeneticSO,
  title={Phylogenetic structure of vertebrate communities across the Australian arid zone},
  author={Hayley C. Lanier and Danielle N. Edwards and L. Lacey Knowles},
  year={2013}
}
Aim To understand the relative importance of ecological and historical factors in structuring terrestrial vertebrate assemblages across the Australian arid zone, and to contrast patterns of community phylogenetic structure at a continental scale. Location Australia. Methods We present evidence from six lineages of terrestrial vertebrates (five lizard clades and one clade of marsupial mice) that have diversified in arid and semi-arid Australia across 37 biogeographical regions. Measures of… CONTINUE READING

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