Using environmental niche models to test the ‘everything is everywhere’ hypothesis for Badhamia

@article{Aguilar2014UsingEN,
  title={Using environmental niche models to test the ‘everything is everywhere’ hypothesis for Badhamia},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Ester Urrutia Aguilar and Anna-Maria Fiore-Donno and Carlos Lado and T Cavalier-smith},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={737-745}
}
It is often discussed whether the biogeography of free-living protists is better explained by the ‘everything is everywhere’(EiE) hypothesis, which postulates that only ecology drives their distribution, or by the alternative hypothesis of ‘moderate endemicity’ in which geographic barriers can limit their dispersal. To formally test this, it would be necessary not only to find organisms restricted to a geographical area but also to check for their presence in any other place with a similar… CONTINUE READING