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Phylogeography of the sand dune ant Mycetophylax simplex along the Brazilian Atlantic Forest coast: remarkably low mtDNA diversity and shallow population structure

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Cardoso, Danon Clemens ; Cristiano, Maykon Passos ; Tavares, Mara Garcia ; Schubart, Christoph D. ; Heinze, Jürgen
Date of publication of this fulltext: 31 Aug 2015 13:52


Background During past glacial periods, many species of forest-dwelling animals experienced range contractions. In contrast, species living outside such moist habitats appear to have reacted to Quaternary changes in different ways. The Atlantic Forest represents an excellent opportunity to test phylogeographic hypotheses, because it has a wide range of vegetation types, including unforested ...


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