Climate and ice in the last glacial maximum explain patterns of isolation by distance inferred for alpine grasshoppers

David Carmelet-Rescan, Mary Morgan-Richards, Emily Koot & Steven Trewick
Aim: Cold-adapted species are likely to have had widespread ranges with greater connectivity of populations during the last glacial cycle. We sought evidence of this in the level and distribution of variation within one alpine insect species. Location: Southern Alps, New Zealand Taxon: The endemic, wingless, alpine grasshopper Sigaus australis (Orthoptera: Acrididae) Methods: The current fragmented alpine distribution of Sigaus australis was used to estimate its environmental envelope (niche) and this model was then used...
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