SPECIATION IN HAWAIIAN ANGIOSPERM LINEAGES: CAUSE, CONSEQUENCE, AND MODE

@inproceedings{Price2004SPECIATIONIH,
  title={SPECIATION IN HAWAIIAN ANGIOSPERM LINEAGES: CAUSE, CONSEQUENCE, AND MODE},
  author={Jonathan P. Price and W. Wagner},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract The biota of Hawaiian Islands is derived entirely from long distance dispersal, often followed by in situ speciation. Species descended from each colonist constitute monophyletic lineages that have diverged to varying degrees under similar spatial and temporal constraints. We partitioned the Hawaiian angiosperm flora into lineages and assessed morphological, ecological, and biogeographic characteristics to examine their relationships to variation in species number (S). Lineages with… CONTINUE READING
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