Sequences of Pitcairnia flammea

Clarisse Silva-Palma, Mateus Ribeiro Mota, Fabio Pinheiro, Barbara Simões Dos Santos Leal, Carla Haisler Sardelli & Tânia Wendt Wendt
Geographic isolation and reduced population sizes can lead to local extinction, low efficacy of selection, and decreased speciation. However, population differentiation is an essential step of biological diversification. In allopatric speciation, geographically isolated populations differentiate and persist until the evolution of reproductive isolation and ecological divergence complete the speciation process. Pitcairnia flammea allow us to study the evolutionary consequences of habitat fragmentation on naturally disjoint rock outcrop species from the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest (BAF). Our...
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