Historical biogeography of the Neotropical legume genus Dussia: the Andes, the Panams Isthmus and the Choco

James-Edward Richardson, Cathy Winterton , Michelle L Hart, Alexandra Clark , Nelson Zamora , R. Toby Pennington

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Phylogenetic relationships of species in the papilionoid legume genus Dussia Krug & Urb. ex Taub. were investigated using nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacers and chloroplast trnL and trnD-T DNA sequences. Bayesian phylogenetic dating techniques suggest that: (1) the uplift of the Andean Mountains created a biogeographical barrier to migration but also contributed to speciation; (2) migration between South America and Central America occurred before the closure of the Panamanian isthmus, indicating that for Dussia the Pacific Ocean was less of a barrier than the Andes; and (3) the biogeographic affinities of species from the Chocó biogeographical region are with Central America
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Richardson, J-E., Winterton , C., Hart, M. L., Clark , A., Zamora , N., & Pennington, R. T. (2015). Historical biogeography of the Neotropical legume genus Dussia: the Andes, the Panams Isthmus and the Choco. Missouri Botanical Garden.
Richardson, James-Edward ; Winterton , Cathy ; Hart, Michelle L ; Clark , Alexandra ; Zamora , Nelson ; Pennington, R. Toby. / Historical biogeography of the Neotropical legume genus Dussia: the Andes, the Panams Isthmus and the Choco. Missouri Botanical Garden, 2015.
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Historical biogeography of the Neotropical legume genus Dussia: the Andes, the Panams Isthmus and the Choco. / Richardson, James-Edward; Winterton , Cathy ; Hart, Michelle L; Clark , Alexandra; Zamora , Nelson; Pennington, R. Toby.

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Richardson J-E, Winterton C, Hart ML, Clark A, Zamora N, Pennington RT. Historical biogeography of the Neotropical legume genus Dussia: the Andes, the Panams Isthmus and the Choco. Missouri Botanical Garden, 2015.