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Historical biogeography of the predominantly Australian plant family Goodeniaceae

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The plant family Goodeniaceae includes 12 genera, largely restricted to Australia. They are a diverse and conspicuous element of the country's ecosystems and an important clade to consider in the effort to reconstruct the historical biogeography of this continent. We used a time‐calibrated molecular phylogeny to perform ancestral‐area reconstructions for the family, in order to: (1) determine its area of origin; (2) test whether vicariance played a role in the history of lineages occupying the south‐western and south‐eastern regions; (3) trace diversification processes in the central arid zone; and (4) trace potential eastward dispersals into the Pacific.
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Keywords: Asterales; DEC; Eremaean; Goodeniaceae; Nullarbor Plain; SWAFR; S‐DIVA; beast; historical biogeography

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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