Genome sequences reveal global dispersal routes and suggest convergent genetic adaptations in seahorse evolution

Seahorses have a circum-global distribution in tropical to temperate coastal waters. Yet, seahorses present many adaptations for a sedentary, cryptic

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A test of the riverine barrier hypothesis in the largest subtropical river basin in the Neotropics.

The riverine barrier hypothesis proposes that enormous rivers symbolize geographic limitations to gene circulate for terrestrial organisms, resulting in inhabitants

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Plastome phylogeography in two African rain forest legume trees reveals that Dahomey Gap populations originate from the Cameroon volcanic line

Paleo-environmental information present that the distribution of African rain forests was affected by Quaternary local weather modifications. In specific, the

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Signature of the Paleo-Course Changes in the São Francisco River as Source of Genetic Structure in Neotropical Pithecopus nordestinus (Phyllomedusinae, Anura) Treefrog.

Historical processes which have interrupted gene stream between distinct evolutionary lineages have performed a basic function in the evolution of

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A Phytogeographic Divide Along the 500 mm Isohyet in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: Insights From the Phylogeographic Evidence of Chinese Alliums (Amaryllidaceae).

The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (QTP) has been biogeographically divided into the japanese monsoonal and the western continental climatic zones alongside the

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