Phylogeographical patterns shed light on evolutionary process in South America.

@article{TurchettoZolet2013PhylogeographicalPS,
  title={Phylogeographical patterns shed light on evolutionary process in South America.},
  author={Andreia Carina Turchetto-Zolet and F{\'a}tima Pinheiro and Fabiano Salgueiro and C Palma-Silva},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={1193-213}
}
The South American continent is composed of several biogeographical regions harbouring the highest biodiversity on the globe, encompassing five of the world's biodiversity 'hot spots'. Nonetheless, the patterns and processes responsible for shaping its astonishing species diversity are largely unknown. Here, we present a review of current South American phylogeographical knowledge based on published articles on this topic. An appraisal of the literature reveals emerging phylogeographical… CONTINUE READING
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