Wallacean and Melanesian islands promote higher rates of diversification within the global passerine radiation Corvides: Supplementary information

Jenna McCullough, Carl Oliveros, Brett Benz, Rosana Zenil-Ferguson, Joel Cracraft, Robert Moyle & Michael Andersen
The complex island archipelagoes of Wallacea and Melanesia have provided empirical data behind integral theories in evolutionary biology, including allopatric speciation and island biogeography. Yet, questions regarding the relative impact of the layered biogeographic barriers, such as deep-water trenches and isolated island systems, on faunal diversification remain underexplored. One such barrier is Wallace’s Line, a significant biogeographic boundary that largely separates Australian and Asian biodiversity. To assess the relative roles of biogeographic barriers—specifically isolated island...
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