Multilocus phylogeography, population genetics and niche evolution of Australian Brown and Black-tailed Treecreepers (Aves: Climacteris)

Scott Edwards, João Tonini, Nancy McInerney, Corey Welch & Peter Beerli
The Carpentarian barrier across northeastern Australia is a major biogeographic barrier and a generator of biodiversity within the Australian Monsoonal Tropics. Here we present a continent-wide analysis of mitochondrial (control region) and autosomal (14 anonymous loci) sequence and indel variation and niche modeling of Brown and Black-tailed Treecreepers (Climacteris picumnus and C. melanurus), a clade with a classic distribution on either side of the Carpentarian barrier. mtDNA control region sequences exhibited reciprocal monophyly and strong...
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