Pleistocene glacial refugia across the Appalachian Mountains and coastal plain in the millipede genus Narceus: Evidence from population genetic, phylogeographic, and paleoclimatic data

@article{Walker2008PleistoceneGR,
  title={Pleistocene glacial refugia across the Appalachian Mountains and coastal plain in the millipede genus Narceus: Evidence from population genetic, phylogeographic, and paleoclimatic data},
  author={Matt J. Walker and Amy K. Stockman and Paul E. Marek and Jason E. Bond},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={25 - 25}
}
Species that are widespread throughout historically glaciated and currently non-glaciated areas provide excellent opportunities to investigate the role of Pleistocene climatic change on the distribution of North American biodiversity. Many studies indicate that northern animal populations exhibit low levels of genetic diversity over geographically widespread areas whereas southern populations exhibit relatively high levels. Recently, paleoclimatic data have been combined with niche-based… CONTINUE READING
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