How did subterranean amphipods cross the Adriatic Sea? Phylogenetic evidence for the dispersal-vicariance interplay mediated by marine regression-transgression cycles

Teo Delić, Fabio Stoch, Spela Borko, Jean-Francois Flot & Cene Fišer
Aim: We tested the hypothesis that historical marine regression-transgression cycles shaped the distribution patterns of subterranean amphipods through repeated cycles of dispersal and vicariance against the hypothesis that subterranean amphipods colonized both sides of the Adriatic Sea independently. Location: Western Balkan Peninsula, Adriatic Sea Islands and Apennine Peninsula, Europe Taxon: A clade of freshwater subterranean amphipods, genus Niphargus (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Methods: The taxonomic structure of the studied clade was revised using unilocus species delimitations. Timeframe...
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