Phylogeny of the Asian Eutropis (Squamata: Scincidae) reveals an 'into India' endemic Indian radiation.

@article{Dattaroy2012PhylogenyOT,
  title={Phylogeny of the Asian Eutropis (Squamata: Scincidae) reveals an 'into India' endemic Indian radiation.},
  author={Aniruddha Datta-roy and Mewa Singh and Chelmala Srinivasulu and K. Praveen Karanth},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={817-24}
}
Recent generic rearrangement of the circumtropical distributed skink genus 'Mabuya' has raised a lot of debate. According to this molecular phylogeny based rearrangement, the tropical Asian members of this genus have been assigned to Eutropis. However, in these studies the Asian members of 'Mabuya' were largely sampled from Southeast (SE) Asia with very few species from Indian subcontinent. To test the validity of this assignment and to determine the evolutionary origin of Indian members of… CONTINUE READING

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