The complex phylogeography of the Indo‐Malayan Alophoixus bulbuls with the description of a putative new ring species complex

@article{Fuchs2015TheCP,
  title={The complex phylogeography of the Indo‐Malayan Alophoixus bulbuls with the description of a putative new ring species complex},
  author={J. Fuchs and Per G. P. Ericson and C. Bonillo and A. Couloux and E. Pasquet},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2015},
  volume={24}
}
  • J. Fuchs, Per G. P. Ericson, +2 authors E. Pasquet
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular Ecology
  • The Indo‐Malayan bioregion has provided some of the most spectacular discoveries of new vertebrate species (e.g. saola, khanyou, bare‐faced bulbul) over the last 25 years. Yet, very little is known about the processes that led to the current biodiversity in this region. We reconstructed the phylogeographic history of a group of closely related passerines, the Alophoixus bulbuls. These birds are continuously distributed in Indo‐Malaya around the Thailand lowlands such that their distribution… CONTINUE READING
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