Lineage identification affects estimates of evolutionary mode in marine snails

Felix Vaux, Michael R Gemmell, Simon F K Hills, Bruce A Marshall, Alan G Beu, James S Crampton, Steve A Trewick & Mary Morgan-Richards
In order to study evolutionary pattern and process we need to be able to accurately identify species and the evolutionary lineages from which they are derived. Determining the concordance between genetic and morphological variation of living populations, and then directly comparing extant and fossil morphological data, provides a robust approach for improving our identification of lineages through time. We investigate genetic and shell morphological variation in extant species of Penion marine snails from New Zealand,...
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