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Temporal evolution of coral reef fishes: global patterns and disparity in isolated locations

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Many coral reef regions have a history of isolation and extinction. Our aim was to test whether the disparate evolutionary and biogeographical histories of the world's coral reef regions have significantly impacted temporal patterns of speciation within regions. In essence, do assemblages in peripheral locations contain the youngest coral reef fish species?
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Keywords: Biodiversity; Coral Triangle; Hawaiian Islands; Red Sea; coral reef fishes; endemism; evolutionary age; marine biogeography; peripatric speciation; sister‐species

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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