Speciation and phylogeography of Hawaiian terrestrial arthropods

@article{Roderick1998SpeciationAP,
  title={Speciation and phylogeography of Hawaiian terrestrial arthropods},
  author={George K. Roderick and Rosemary G. Gillespie},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={1998},
  volume={7}
}
The Hawaiian archipelago is arguably the world’s finest natural laboratory for the study of evolution and patterns of speciation. Arthropods comprise over 75% of the endemic biota of the Hawaiian Islands and a large proportion belongs to species radiations. We classify patterns of speciation within Hawaiian arthropod lineages into three categories: (i) single representatives of a lineage throughout the islands; (ii) species radiations with either (a) single endemic species on different… 
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