Phylogeography, historical demography and systematics of the world’s smallest pythons (Pythonidae, Antaresia)

Damien Esquerré, Stephen Donnellan, Carlos Pavón-Vázquez, Jéssica Fenker & Scott Keogh
Advances from empirical studies in phylogeography, systematics and species delimitation highlight the importance of integrative approaches for quantifying taxonomic diversity. Genomic data have greatly improved our ability to discern both systematic diversity and evolutionary history. Here we combine analyses of mitochondrial DNA sequences, thousands of genome-wide SNPs and linear and geometric morphometrics on Antaresia, a clade of four currently recognised dwarf pythons from Australia and New Guinea (Antaresia childreni, A. stimsoni, A. maculosa and A....
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