Recent origin and rapid speciation of Neotropical orchids in the world's richest plant biodiversity hotspot

@inproceedings{PrezEscobar2017RecentOA,
  title={Recent origin and rapid speciation of Neotropical orchids in the world's richest plant biodiversity hotspot},
  author={Oscar Alejandro P{\'e}rez‐Escobar and Guillaume Chomicki and Fabien L Condamine and Adam P. Karremans and Diego Bogar{\'i}n and Nicholas J Matzke and Daniele Silvestro and Alexandre Antonelli},
  booktitle={The New phytologist},
  year={2017}
}
The Andean mountains of South America are the most species-rich biodiversity hotspot worldwide with c. 15% of the world's plant species, in only 1% of the world's land surface. Orchids are a key element of the Andean flora, and one of the most prominent components of the Neotropical epiphyte diversity, yet very little is known about their origin and diversification. We address this knowledge gap by inferring the biogeographical history and diversification dynamics of the two largest Neotropical… CONTINUE READING

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