Biogeography and diversification of Old World buntings (Aves: Emberizidae): radiation in open habitats

Tianlong Cai, Guiyou Wu, Sun Lu, Yu Zhang, Zhaojie Peng, Yanqing Guo, Xinyue Liu, Tao Pan, Jiang Chang, Zhonglou Sun & Baowei Zhang
The Old World buntings (Aves: Emberizidae) mainly inhabit open habitats in Eurasia and Africa. It has long been debated whether the group originated in the New World or the Old World and whether their radiation is related to the expansion of open habitats and shifts in migratory behaviours. To answer these questions, we reconstructed their biogeographic histories and analysed their diversification patterns in terms of time, space and traits using a near-complete phylogeny. We found...
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