Using regional comparative phylogeographic data from snake lineages to infer historical processes in Middle America

@inproceedings{Daza2010UsingRC,
  title={Using regional comparative phylogeographic data from snake lineages to infer historical processes in Middle America},
  author={Juan M. Daza and Todd A. Castoe and Christopher L Parkinson},
  year={2010}
}
Understanding how historical processes have either similarly, or differentially, shaped the evolution of lineages or biotic assemblages is important for a broad spectrum of fields. Gaining such understanding can be particularly challenging, however, especially for regions that have a complex geologic and biological history. In this study we apply a broad comparative approach to distill such regional biogeographic perspectives, by characterizing sets of divergence times for major biogeographic… CONTINUE READING
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