Phylogeography of Meimuna cicadas on continental and oceanic islands of Japan in the north-western Pacific region

Nobuaki Nagata, Mamoru Toda, Teiji Sota, Takashi Ohbayashi & Masami Hayashi
Islands are a challenging habitat for organisms with weak dispersal power. We aimed to elucidate how geological history, geography, accidental dispersal events and species ecology affected different colonisation and genetic divergence patterns on continental and oceanic islands among species of a cicada group, which are poor dispersers. Location: Japanese Archipelago, Ogasawara Islands, Ryukyu Archipelago. Taxon: Cicadas of the genus Meimuna (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). We performed phylogenetic analysis, divergence time estimation, and ancestral area reconstruction using two...
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