Phylogeographic patterns in two North Saharan reptiles from the Western Maghreb

@inproceedings{Santos2016PhylogeographicPI,
  title={Phylogeographic patterns in two North Saharan reptiles from the Western Maghreb},
  author={Joana L Santos},
  year={2016}
}
The Western Maghreb region is considered a hotspot of biodiversity and an important reservoir of endemism due to the heterogeneous climate and topography of this region and its complex geological history which have shaped the availability and distribution of numerous and varied habitats. Molecular assessments have successfully revealed a complexity of genetic lineages within many species, especially reptiles. However, the actual existing biodiversity is clearly underestimated due to large area… CONTINUE READING

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