Prolonged isolation and persistence of a common endemic on granite outcrops in both mesic and semi‐arid environments in south‐western Australia

@inproceedings{Tapper2014ProlongedIA,
  title={Prolonged isolation and persistence of a common endemic on granite outcrops in both mesic and semi‐arid environments in south‐western Australia},
  author={Sarah‐Louise Tapper and Margaret Byrne and Colin J Yates and Gunnar Keppel and Stephen D. Hopper and Kimberly van Niel and Antonius G. T. Schut and Ladislav Mucina and Grant Wardell-Johnson},
  year={2014}
}
Granite outcrops may be able to act as refugia for species during adverse climate change, owing to their topographic complexity. We assessed this hypothesis by examining phylogeographical patterns in a common, geographically widespread granite endemic, Stypandra glauca (Hemerocallidaceae). 

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