Evolution of Poecilimon jonicus group (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): A history linked to the Aegean Neogene paleogeography

Simeon Borissov, Aneliya Bobeva, Dragan Chobanov & Battal Çıplak
The Aegean archipelago is among the largest on Earth with astonishing biodiversity within Europe. Its territory underwent a massive geotectonic transformation in Neogene that resulted in multitude of changes in land-sea configuration and disintegrated the formerly united Aegean land to a complicated mainland-archipelago system. Therefore, it represents an excellent laboratory for studying evolution of terrestrial fauna. In the present study we use a model group of flightless bush-crickets with annual reproduction cycle – Poecilimon jonicus...
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