THE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF AMAZONIA REVISITED: NEW EVIDENCE FROM RIODINID BUTTERFLIES

@inproceedings{Hall2002THEPO,
  title={THE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF AMAZONIA REVISITED: NEW EVIDENCE FROM RIODINID BUTTERFLIES},
  author={Jason Piers Wilton Hall and Donald John Harvey},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract A fully resolved cladogram for 19 species in the Charis cleonus group of riodinid butterflies, which have closely parapatric ranges throughout the Amazon basin, is used to derive an area cladogram for the region. This represents the first comprehensive species-level analysis using insects and results in a hypothesis of Amazonian area relationships that is the most detailed to date. The Charis area cladogram is interpreted as supporting an historical vicariant split between the Guianas… CONTINUE READING

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