Phylogeny , phylogeography , and geographic variation of Sylvisorex howelli ( Soricidae ) , an endemic shrew of the Eastern Arc Mountains , Tanzania

@inproceedings{Stanley2005PhylogenyP,
  title={Phylogeny , phylogeography , and geographic variation of Sylvisorex howelli ( Soricidae ) , an endemic shrew of the Eastern Arc Mountains , Tanzania},
  author={William T. Stanley and Link E. Olson},
  year={2005}
}
The Eastern Arc Mountains of eastern Africa are notable for the high levels of endemism exhibited by various forestdwelling organisms of this ancient montane archipelago. There has been virtually no assessment of the variation among populations of small mammal species living on these unique mountains, but recent faunal surveys have produced sufficient material to initiate such studies. Cranial morphometric and DNA sequence data were examined from six populations of Sylvisorex howelli Jenkins… CONTINUE READING
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