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Prolonged isolation and persistence of a common endemic on granite outcrops in both mesic and semi‐arid environments in south‐western Australia

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Granite outcrops may be able to act as refugia for species during adverse climate change, owing to their topographic complexity. We assessed this hypothesis by examining phylogeographical patterns in a common, geographically widespread granite endemic, Stypandra glauca (Hemerocallidaceae).
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Keywords: Chloroplast divergence; Pleistocene refugia; Stypandra glauca; Western Australia; edaphic endemism; evolutionary history; geoecology; nuclear diversity; phylogeography

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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