Competition and geography underlie speciation and morphological evolution in Indo-Australasian monitor lizards

Carlos J. Pavón-Vázquez, Ian G. Brennan, Alexander Skeels & J. Scott Keogh
How biotic and abiotic factors act together to shape biological diversity is a major question in evolutionary biology. The recent availability of large datasets and development of new methodological approaches provide new tools to evaluate the predicted effects of ecological interactions and geography on lineage diversification and phenotypic evolution. Here, we use a near complete phylogenomic-scale phylogeny and a comprehensive morphological dataset comprising more than a thousand specimens to assess the role of biotic and...
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