Phylogenetic topology and timing of New Zealand olive shells are consistent with punctuated equilibrium

@article{Gemmell2019PhylogeneticTA,
  title={Phylogenetic topology and timing of New Zealand olive shells are consistent with punctuated equilibrium},
  author={Michael R. Gemmell and Steven A. Trewick and Simon F. K. Hills and Mary Morgan‐Richards},
  journal={Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={58},
  pages={209-220}
}
The olive shells (Amalda H. & A. Adams, 1853, Ancillariidae) are marine gastropods largely confined to temperate regions (Olson, 1956) with almost 100 species throughout the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The highest species diversity is in tropical waters with few species in the southern Pacific (Kantor, Fedosov, Puillandre, Bonillo, & Bouchet, 2017). Amalda generally live in sandy near‐shore envi‐ ronments where they are predators, primarily feeding on bivalves (Powell, 1979). The benthic, soft… 

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