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Contrasting patterns of persistence and diversification in vicars of a widespread Australian lizard lineage (the Oedura marmorata complex)

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Lineages in many parts of the world have distributions that have been shaped by range contraction in the face of deteriorating climatic conditions through the Neogene. When such lineages now consist of widely spaced vicariant populations (vicars) they provide opportunities (1) to compare and contrast the timing and pattern of diversification within and between major geographical regions, and (2) to examine how differential interactions with geography, climate and localized adaptation may have shaped idiosyncratic patterns of genetic diversification.
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Keywords: Arboreal; Australian Monsoonal Tropics; aridification; ecological diversification; evolutionary ecology; molecular phylogeny; palaeoclimatic change; phylogeography; saxicoline

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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