Phylogeny and conservation priorities of afrotherian mammals (Afrotheria, Mammalia)

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  title={Phylogeny and conservation priorities of afrotherian mammals (Afrotheria, Mammalia)},
  author={Matja{\vz} Kuntner and Laura Johanna May-Collado and Ingi Agnarsson},
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Kuntner, M., May-Collado, L. J. & Agnarsson, I. (2010). Phylogeny and conservation priorities of afrotherian mammals (Afrotheria, Mammalia). —Zoologica Scripta, 40, 1–15. Phylogenies play an increasingly important role in conservation biology providing a species-specific measure of biodiversity – evolutionary distinctiveness (ED) or phylogenetic diversity (PD) – that can help prioritize conservation effort. Currently, there are many available methods to integrate phylogeny and extinction… CONTINUE READING

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