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Next-generation sequencing and the expanding domain of phylogeography, 187-206.
PETERSON A.T., ANAMZA T.
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GALBREATH K.E., HOBERG E.P.
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The evolutionary ecology of a species ring: a test of alternative models, 233-244.
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Comparative palaeodistribution of eight hummingbird species reveal a link between genetic diversity and Quaternary habitat and climate stability in Mexico, 245-258.
FAHEY A.L., RICKLEFS R.E., DEWOODY J.A.
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Right around the Amazon: the origin of the circum-Amazonian distribution in Tangara cayana, 273-283.
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Historical demography of the Eurasian green woodpecker: integrating phylogeography and ecological niche modelling to test glacial refugia hypothesis, 284-295.