Comparative phylogeography in the Atlantic forest and Brazilian savannas : pleistocene fluctuations and dispersal shape spatial patterns in two bumblebees

Comparative phylogeography in the Atlantic forest and Brazilian savannas : pleistocene fluctuations and dispersal shape spatial patterns in two bumblebees

Elaine Françoso, Alexandre Rizzo Zuntini, Ana Carolina Carnaval, Maria Cristina Arias

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Bombus morio and B. pauloensis are sympatric widespread bumblebee species that occupy two major Brazilian biomes, the Atlantic forest and the savannas of the Cerrado. Differences in dispersion capacity, which is greater in B. morio, likely influence their phylogeographic patterns. This study asks...

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Comparative phylogeography in the Atlantic forest and Brazilian savannas : pleistocene fluctuations and dispersal shape spatial patterns in two bumblebees

Elaine Françoso, Alexandre Rizzo Zuntini, Ana Carolina Carnaval, Maria Cristina Arias


										

Comparative phylogeography in the Atlantic forest and Brazilian savannas : pleistocene fluctuations and dispersal shape spatial patterns in two bumblebees

Elaine Françoso, Alexandre Rizzo Zuntini, Ana Carolina Carnaval, Maria Cristina Arias

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    BMC evolutionary biology

    Vol. 16, no. 267 (Dec., 2016)