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B. Akinronbi et al., Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA: Phylogeography of the Seastar Linckia laevigata and its obligate parasite Thyca crystallina. Powerpoint presentation.

! J.C. Avise et al. (2016): In the light of evolution X: Comparative phylogeography. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 113: 7957-7961.

J.C. Avise (2009): Phylogeography: retrospect and prospect. PDF file, Journal of Biogeography, 36, 3-15.

! J.C. Avise (2000): Phylogeography: the history and formation of species. Provided by Google books (restricted preview).

J.C. Avise (1998): The history and purview of phylogeography: a personal reflection. PDF file, Molecular Ecology 7: 371-379.

! J.C. Avise et al. (1987): Intraspecific phylogeography: the mitochondrial DNA bridge between population genetics and systematics. PDF file, Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 18: 489-522.

! L.B. Beheregaray (2008): Twenty years of phylogeography: the state of the field and the challenges for the Southern Hemisphere In PDF, Molecular Ecology, 17: 3754-3774.

! M.J. Benton and B.C. Emerson (2007): How did life become so diverse? The dynamics of diversification according to the fossil record and molecular phylogenetics. Open access, Palaeontology, 50: 23-40.
Note text figure 1: Patterns of diversification of: A, families of marine invertebrates; B, species of vascular land plants; C, families of non-marine tetrapods; and D, families of insects.

L. Bénichou et al. (2018): Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF) best practices in electronic publishing in taxonomy. European Journal of Taxonomy 475: 137. See also here.

! C. Brent et al. (2005): Phylogeography. In PDF, Current Biology, 15. See also here.

M.B. Cruzan and A.R. Templeton (2000): Paleoecology and coalescence: phylogeographic analysis of hypotheses from the fossil record. PDF file, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15.
Still available via Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
See also here.

N. De Maio et al. (2015): New Routes to Phylogeography: A Bayesian Structured Coalescent Approximation. PLoS Genet, 11.

! P.B. Eidesen et al. (2013): Genetic roadmap of the Arctic: plant dispersal highways, traffic barriers and capitals of diversity. New Phytologist, 200: 898-910.

J.T. Flannery-Sutherland et al. (2022): fossilbrush: An R package for automated detection and resolution of anomalies in palaeontological occurrence data. Open access, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 13: 2404-2418.
Go to: fossilbrush: Automated Cleaning of Fossil Occurrence Data. See also here.
! Access to the Paleobiology Database.

D.G. Gavin et al. (2014): Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography. Free access, New Phytologist, 204: 37-54.

Stephen D. Hopper (2009): OCBIL theory: towards an integrated understanding of the evolution, ecology and conservation of biodiversity on old, climatically buffered, infertile landscapes. PDF file, Plant Soil, 322: 49-86.
See likewise here.

P. Kenrick (2000): The relationships of vascular plants. PDF file.

! A.J. Kerkhoff et al. (2014): The latitudinal species richness gradient in New World woody angiosperms is consistent with the tropical conservatism hypothesis. In PDF, PNAS, 111: 81258130. See also here.

L.L. Knowles and W.P. Maddison (2002): Statistical phylogeography. PDF file, Molecular Ecology 11: 2623-2635.>.

! P. Lemey et al. (2009) Bayesian Phylogeography Finds Its Roots. PLoS Comput. Biol., 5.

! C. Parisod et al. (2010): Evolutionary consequences of autopolyploidy. Free access, New Phytologist, 186: 5-17.

B.R. Riddle (1996): The molecular phylogeographic bridge between deep and shallow history in continental biotas. PDF file, Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

F. Rodríguez-Sánchez et al. (2010): Past tree range dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula inferred through phylogeography and palaeodistribution modelling: A review. PDF file, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 162: 507521.
See likewise here.

B.A. Schaal et al. (1998): Phylogeographic studies in plants: problems and prospects. PDF file, Molecular Ecology, 7: 465-474.
Snapshot provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

L.S. Soares and L.B. Freitas (2024): The phylogeographic journey of a plant species from lowland to highlands during the Pleistocene. Open access, Scientific Reports, 14.

Pamela S. Soltis et al. (1999): The Phylogeny of Land Plants Inferred from 18S rDNA Sequences: Pushing the Limits of rDNA Signal? PDF file, Mol. Biol. Evol., 16: 1774-1784.

! Eman Soubani (2007), Plant Ecology and Systematic Department, Lund University: The phylogeography of plants in Europe (PDF file). Introductory literature.

! Bruce H. Tiffney (2008): Phylogeography, Fossils, and Northern Hemisphere Biogeography: The Role of Physiological Uniformitarianism. Abstract, Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 95: 135-143.

Kitt Vollmer, Tree of Life Web Project: Phylogeography - Why are we here and how did we get here?

! Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Phylogeographie (in German).

Paul Wolf, Utah State University: Introduction to Phylogenetics. Powerpoint presentation.
This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

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