Dispersal ability and its consequences for population genetic differentiation and diversification

Daniel Suárez, Paula Arribas, Eduardo Jiménez-García & Brent Emerson
Dispersal ability is known to influence geographic structuring of genetic variation within species, with a direct relationship between low vagility and population genetic structure, which can potentially give rise to allopatric speciation. However, our general understanding of the relationship between dispersal ability, population differentiation and lineage diversification is limited. To address this issue, we sampled mitochondrial DNA variation within lineages of beetles and spiders across the Canary Islands to explore the relationships between dispersal ability,...
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