Phylogeographic structure is strong in the Atlantic Forest; predictive power of correlative paleodistribution models, not always

@inproceedings{Tonini2013PhylogeographicSI,
  title={Phylogeographic structure is strong in the Atlantic Forest; predictive power of correlative paleodistribution models, not always},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Filipe Riva Tonini and Leonora Pires Costa and Ana Carolina Carnaval},
  year={2013}
}
We assess whether correlative paleoclimatic models of species ranges accurately predict genetic diversity patterns in species of distinct life histories traits in the Atlantic Forest (AF) of Brazil. To this end, we use sequences of the mitochondrial gene ND2 from Dendropsophus elegans and Chiasmocleis carvalhoi – summarized in the shape of phylogenies and population genetic statistics – and maximum entropy models of species distributions under current, 21 kya BP and 120 kya BP climatic… CONTINUE READING

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