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Developing biogeographic know-how: Improving species divergence and dispersal estimations to examine geological and climatic evolutionary drivers

Title
Developing biogeographic know-how: Improving species divergence and dispersal estimations to examine geological and climatic evolutionary drivers
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0665859
Start Date
2006/01/01
End Date
2008/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0665859

 

  • Evolutionary diversification of new Caledonian Araucaria.

    Mai Lan Kranitz; Edward Biffin; Alexandra Clark; Michelle L Hollingsworth; Markus Ruhsam; Martin F Gardner; Philip Thomas; Robert R Mill; Richard A Ennos; Myriam Gaudeul; Andrew J Lowe; Peter M Hollingsworth
    Projects: ARC | Developing biogeographic know-how: Improving species divergence and dispersal estimations to examine geological and climatic evolutionary drivers (DP0665859)
    New Caledonia is a global biodiversity hotspot. Hypotheses for its biotic richness suggest either that the island is a 'museum' for an old Gondwana biota or alternatively it has developed following relatively recent long distance dispersal and in situ radiation. The conifer genus Araucaria (Araucariaceae) comprises 19 species globally with 13 endemic to this island. With a typically Gondwanan distribution, Araucaria is particularly well suited to testing alternative biogeographic hypotheses c...
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